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Picking up the rewards shared by your neighbors

Since June 2015, the gems can also be found in the game posts shared by your neighbors, that's why sharing as many diggy posts on your wall as possible and clicking the link (be it manually or with the use of a collector) is something that gives great benefits. That's why sharing your rewards is so crucial, because not only the people who are collecting them are getting gifts, you will be rewarded with the same gift collected from your page by the other players.

  • Click on the link to get a reward.


  • Possible outcome:

Reward post2.png

  • So how many gems can I actually collect that way?

After the rewards have been limited to 100 per day, the system has been normalized to always award the same materials in those 100 rewards (so it is no longer based on a chance system). In other words, every day, if you successfully collect 100 bonuses, this is what you will get:

2 Gems
2 Bronze Bars
2 Iron Bars
2 Iron Ore
2 Tin
2 Copper
4 Mushroom
4 Herbs
4 Flour
4 Apples
4 Sugar
4 Coal
4 Root
4 Berry
7 Lumber
7 Stone
42 (x10) coins

Collecting made easier

Players have come up with various methods of collecting the rewards.

Collecting links in groups

Most big groups now host special threads in which people can share their links and collect the links of other players. List of Facebook groups can be found here: Diggy Groups.

Collecting bonuses automatically with 3rd party applications

There is a number of ways in which you can automatically collect bonus links from all your friends. This is done with the use of the so-called collectors. These 3rd party applications are not made by Pixel Federation and the usage of them is not recommended by the developers because they are not responsible for them. Contrary to some opinions though, such applications are not considered cheating. In reality, most of the more hardcore players do use them.

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