IMPORTANT NOTE: The majority of treasure parts available in Egypt DO NOT have fixed locations, they are random drops available from one of the listed mines.
While other Pharaohs were celebrated by their great deeds, Tutankhamun didn't do anything that special. He is famous only because his tomb was discovered untouched by the fingers of thieves. His solid gold sarcophagus is considered the greatest of his treasures.
This splendidly decorated golden couch was found among many other treasures in Tutankhamun's tomb. The stylish couch with cow heads represented a golden barge which transported the Pharaoh from this world to the other side. It was a seat worthy of the Pharaoh's bottoms.
This beautifully decorated vase is a fine example of the great pottery skills of Ancient Egyptians. It was also found among Tutankhamun's treasures and it is said that people never wanted to open it scared of what it might contain. Certainly not cookies.
Cleopatra is the famous queen of ancient Egypt. She used her charm and beauty for cultural development and enrichment of Egypt. This breath-taking golden bust depicts her upper body but she identified herself with Isis. The question is, if Isis would approve, if she knew that.
One of the legend claims that this obelisk was erected on the main square of Egypt to honour twelve won battles of Cleopatra. Other legend says that it was erected in her own garden but it shaded her magnificence too much and that's why she donated it to charitable causes.
This is a miniature of the famous throne room from the 13th dynasty which was inherited from generation to generation. It is said that all the important decisions, business affairs and various press conferences took place here. Some might say that it is only a common latrine.
This valuable fountain has been found in one of the oldest towns of Egypt - Bubastis. It depicts two cats because they were sacred in the time of Ancient Egypt. However, curious is the fact that we all know how much cats love water.
The sphinx is a typical statue of the Ancient Egypt. Generally they were built to protect and guard special treasures near temples. They were of positive nature. Although, beware of this one, it may start asking you strange riddles...
The scarab was a sacred beetle for Ancient Egyptians because of its habit of rolling a ball of dung in front of it. It was associated with the sun god Ra who rolls the sun in front of him through the sky. Well, who would want to see a beetle rolling its ball across the sky...
Palm trees are quite common trees of Egypt. This one, however, is made of solid gold. It is said that a golden coconut once grew on it. Who knows whether it is true or not. You can just put it in your camp and wait...
Meryth-Neith was possibly one of the first Egyptian female Pharaohs. Her golden statue was found in her tomb at Abydos. She is depicted laying on her great Egyptian bed with her stunning expensive headpiece and necklace.
The Tjängvide stone depicts Odin riding his eight-legged horse Sleipnir to Valhalla. Sleipnir allows Odin to travel between the realm of mortals and gods, to ride on sea, land and air. He represents time and his eight legs the eight directions.
A cursed sword forged by the dwarves, that was to commit three evil deeds before the curse would be broken. That's probably why it was shattered into three pieces all over Scandinavia. But did it already commit all three of it's evil deeds?
Svalinn is the legendary shield standing before the Sun, protecting Earth from its rays. It has been replaced in this function by the ozone sphere though, so this artefact is fit to be the pride of an important museum.
Lodged into an old oak, the magic sword Gram could be pulled out only by Sigmund, the chosen warrior. It was broken in a battle but his son Sigurd had it reforged and thanks to its power, he slew a cruel dragon Fafnir.
The mechanical boar Gullinbursti, forged in the hearth of the dwarves Sindri and Brokkr is said to be their greatest creation. Pulling the chariot of the god Freyr, the boar lights his way with his golden mane even in the darkest of nights.
The famous Viking ship found in Gokstad farm in Norway. Vikings were masters of sailing in their time. Their ships were fast and they were built mostly for raiding and war. They were also called 'dragon-ships'.
A chain which could bind the wolf Fenrir. It was forged by the dwarves from six impossible things: the sound of a cat's footfall, the sinews of a bear, the beard of a woman, the roots of a mountain, the breath of a fish and the spittle of a bird.
Erik Thorvaldsson, also known as Erik the Red, is the founder of the first Norse settlement in Greenland. He is also the father of the famous explorer Leif Ericson. Interestingly, he named the country Greenland to make it more attractive, even though it's mostly frozen.
Yes, this is a drill. But not just any drill. It's a magical drill and its use has been unknown for centuries. Later, people discovered, it was Odin's drill which he once used for obtaining the mead of poetry. The historians assume, he was pretty thirsty...
You should know that the dwarves aren't any slackers. They're experts in their craft and they are able to create extraordinary items. This cannon can shoot frozen shards. It was mostly used for glaciating ice rinks for the dwarf children...
The dwarves are indeed strong, however, they weren't able to transfer their resources, which they needed for their creations, day by day in their hands. That's why Sindri has constructed this handy and magical object which could easily transfer large amounts of resources via air.
The Laughing Giant is the best known work from the master of giant Renaissance - Bimbo Gebrindelo. Lost for centuries it is the pinnacle of giant creativity and craftsmanship and is even today a major inspiration for generations of young giant artists.
A Viking plaque made of whalebone. It was found on the island of Sanday in one of the most significant Norse boat burials. And what was the plaque for? Even the experts are not sure. Nevertheless, it's very important!
Yggdrasil is the world tree. It's an ever-green ash tree which represents the whole cosmos in mythology. It's considered holy and there are 9 worlds on it: Asgard, Vanaheim, Niflheim, Midgard, Alfheim, Svartalfheim, Helheim, Jotunheim and Muspelheim.
The great general Guan Yu used to wield this beautiful ancient Chinese blade. Some say it was even magical. According to the myth, the blade had a frozen layer on itself which made it even more powerful. Can you imagine?
The Jade Book is an ancient book that contains texts which describe the maintaining of the divine structure of the universe or how to regulate national or personal destiny. It's divided into 5 ancient jade chapters. It would make a beautiful camp decoration.
This machine has been invented by Chang Heng. It's a large bronze urn with 8 dragon heads. Each dragon has a ball in its mouth. Inside the urn, there is a pendulum which sends one of the balls from a dragon's mouth and strikes the frog and makes a sound, announcing an earthquake.
Ding were ancient Chinese vessels made out of ceramic or bronze that were used in ritual offerings of food to the gods and spirits of the ancestors. Later, the number of Ding one could own was regulated as they became a symbol of the social status and power of their owner.
This is a private ship, also called a junk, of a famous Chinese explorer Zheng He. He was a brave mariner, diplomat and a fleet admiral who commanded expeditionary voyages in Asia during the Dynasty of Ming. No touching! Fragile!
This is a statue depicting a peach of immortality. There is one of the mightiest Chinese rulers sitting inside of it. These peaches used to be eaten because people have always wanted to become immortal. It's a pity they're not here any more...
They are two swords which were named after their makers, a blacksmith couple Gan Jiang and Mo Ye. They lived during the Spring and Autumn Period of Chinese history. King Helu of Wu ordered to forge them. The rest of the story is unsuitable for children so we'll spare you of it...
This is one bell of the complete ceremonial set of zhong bells. These bells are an ancient Chinese musical instrument. It mostly consisted of a set of bronze bells which could be played melodically with a mallet. The chimes were really popular in the past!
The whole name of the statue is 'Galloping Horse Treading on a Flying Swallow'. The Chinese culture really believes that some horses are so quick they could fly in the sky and even catch up with birds. Diggy would appreciate this kind of horse to catch up with his father...
They were also called "cloud-stepping boots". Made of lotus fibre, these are one of the treasures of the Dragon Kings. According to the legend, the boots were quite special because when worn, the person could step on clouds and actually fly. Really handy.
This golden banded staff is a powerful magical item. It belonged to one of the most evil villains of China - Sun Wukong. The staff could change its size, multiply itself and basically defeat anyone who stood against its master.
This horned idol has become the basis of the Atlantean research of a certain Dr. Henry W. Jones, a colleague of Diggy's Father. Despite being a priceless relic of a lost civilization - Dr. Jones gifted it to Diggy's father and supposedly sparked his interest in Atlantis.
Built from one of the most precious alloys in the ocean - the sought after orichalcum - and forged with sheer determination, these columns are the very spine of Atlantis. They were even blessed by Gaia, the Mother Earth.
Born around 428 B.C.E. in Athens, Plato is one of the most influential Greek philosophers and the creator of the story of Atlantis, which according to him existed about 9,000 years before his time. To this day his writings remain as the only records of its existence.
Originally launched by Royal Navy, this sunk ship was once one of the most feared vessels to ever sail the high seas. With the infamous bloodthirsty pirate Blackbeard on board, the very sight of it emerging on the horizon struck fear into the hearts of any sea travellers.
This map - etched into bronze - marks the location of the fabled lost continent, and is one of the most valuable treasures in the world. First mentioned by the philosopher Plato in his dialogues, Atlantis is a mystery adventurers have been seeking to discover for centuries.
Also known as Lady of Elche, this statue is the object of heated debates among many scholars. Some claim the sculpture is Iberian while others suggest its unusual features and technologically advanced headgear reflects a fabled Atlantean Goddess.
Named after the Inca sun god, Kon-Tiki was the vessel of Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl's daring expedition. The voyage across the Pacific Ocean started in 1947 and lasted 101 days before the raft smashed into a reef. Luckily, the crew survived and returned home safely.
In a chamber secreted away in the darkest depths of Atlantis, the masks of dead Atlantean kings are protecting a mythical treasure. Those who dare seek it out and approach the glowing rays of the masks will face the wrath of the kings' deadly curse.
With the famous Captain Nemo at its helm, this Jules Verne's submarine swam 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea'. When refreshing its air supply, Nautilus would rise above the surface and blow out the stale air in exchange for fresh, resembling a whale.
This 'Mona Lisa of prehistory' was unearthed from a grave in Mycenae. The archaeologist who found it believed this golden death mask marks the location of the last resting place of Agamemnon - the powerful king of Mycenae and the commander of Greek armies during the Trojan war.
Also known as Cornucopia, it is a symbol of unending abundance and nourishment. One of the myths says that when baby Zeus was playing with his nursemaid - the goat Amalthea - he accidentally broke off her horn, which is how the Horn of Plenty came to be.
This golden shield was created in Hephaestus' forge by the mighty Cyclopes, and is often depicted with a Gorgon's head rolling its eyes on its surface. Some say that when Zeus shook the shield, clouds would blanket Mount Ida and men would scramble to look for shelter.
The legends say that this vessel, named after its builder Argus, was the first to sail the seas. With the blessing of goddess Hera, and the help of goddess Athena with the ship's construction, Argo set out to carry Jason and the Argonauts all the way to the Golden Fleece.
Athena's sacred animal, which she affectionately called Bubo, represents one of her favourite traits - wisdom. Hephaestus forged Bubo for Athena from the most precious metals and divine magic, so it could deliver her secret messages.
This winged staff with two entwined serpents symbolizes rebirth and regeneration. The legends say it was carried by the Greek god Hermes, the messenger for the gods and conductor of the dead who used the system of planets and stars to heal the sick.
Also known as Chariot of the Sun, this cool ride pulled by Fire Steeds belongs to Helios. The god of the sun would ride it across the sky every day, flying high above the oceans and the land, before he'd return for the night. With him, the sun would rise and set.
When Zeus sent Pandora down to Earth with the sealed box, he told her not to open it and gave the key to Prometheus' brother Epimetheus. Overcome by curiosity, Pandora stole the key. But what the box unleashed made her wish she'd never unlocked it at all...
Found at the magnificent banquet of King Dionysius, who traded places with Damocles for a day so he could have a taste of the lavish lifestyle. Over his head Damocles found the sword hanging on a single horse hair, conveying the great danger that comes with great fortune.
He is one of many. A skilled warrior, strong and loyal, just like the insect he was created from by Zeus himself - the ant. Even the famous Greek hero Achilles believed so, as he led an army of Myrmidons to the battle in the Trojan War.
When Daedalus constructed wings for his son Icarus from feathers and wax, he warned him not to fly too low or too high. In his hubris, Icarus flew too close to the sun. His wings melted and he tumbled down, drowning in the sea. These improved wings were made in his memory.
After King Midas showed hospitality to Dionysus' companion Silenus, the god offered to grant him one wish. The king asked for everything he touched to be turned into gold. He soon came to regret his wish when all the food and drinks that grazed his lips turned into gold too.
This golden symbol of rivalry started the Trojan War. With an inscription 'to the fairest' on it, Eris threw the apple among the goddesses Aphrodite, Hera and Athena. They asked Zeus to decide, but he gave the task to Paris, who chose Aphrodite, causing a war.
After Perseus beheaded Medusa, from her blood rose a winged horse - Pegasus. This mythical creature soared to the sky with more than one Greek hero on his back and then stayed there after becoming a constellation on the sky.
Borrowed from the personal art collection of the feathered serpent god Quetzalcoatl. The serpent is said to represent two sides of the same coin – the earth and the underworld, each head depicting one. Only Quetzalcoatl knows for sure.
Although it resembles a shoehorn, Tumi is actually a weapon. This golden dagger, inlaid with lapis, had many uses, none connected with footwear. It served as a kitchen knife, a barber's razor, a surgical tool, but it's best known for its use during sacrifices to the sun god Inti.
This monument was found high in the Inca mountains, in a sacred temple people visited to worship Mama Quilla, the goddess of the Moon. The stela was said to protect the place where it resided from harm.
The legend says that seeing a llama in your dreams means you have the strength to finish your journey and reach your goal. Owning this sacred silver artefact will surely bring luck to Diggy on his own journey through the New World.
This monolith depicts a violent scene between the hummingbird god Huitzi and his sister, goddess Coyolxauhqui. After she attempted to kill their mother, Huitzi had to strike her down. This precious stone later led to the discovery of the main temple in Tenochtitlan.
Mayans fashioned funerary masks such as this out of a beautiful mosaic of jade. After being placed on the face of the dead king, it was thought to cement his place as a god and bestow upon him an eternal life.
Macuahuitl, though resembling a saw, was actually a cross between a sword and a club. The hard wooden center was adorned with obsidian blades on its edges. These could be even sharper than steel, thus making macuahuitl a formidable melee weapon.
Ancient Celts sacrificed their swords to the gods by throwing them into lakes and rivers. Some say this ritual later influenced the story of King Arthur, who obtained his sword from the Lady of the Lake.
Before the deities fled Mars, the planet was rich in water. Various species of animals, plants and other organisms lived in the turquoise oceans. Only a memory of them survives today, but perhaps the time will soon come when Mars will come alive again...
Normally, Promethea is a harmless plant that attracts small flies with its scent to pollinate it. Once every 35 years, however, for one day it turns into a bloodthirsty beast that hungrily snaps at anything that passes by!
Life has always existed on Mars and has gone through the same evolutionary processes as on Earth. Martian life forms may seem alien to us, but there is much more similarity between them and our animals than meets the eye...
The ancestors of today's Martians lived on a completely different planet to those of today. Many species of animals are now only a dim memory. Here and there, however, traces of their peaceful coexistence can still be found.
Martian Architecture Was Once Prominent Throughout the Milky Way. No One Knew Better How to Combine Graceful Curves and Arches with Strict, Sharp Lines. Even After Thousands of Years, Buildings on Mars are Still Very Well Preserved.
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Ankh of Mummification
This obsidian ankh was supposedly used as a bandage holder by the god Anubis himself. After he mummified Osiris the ankh went missing and it is said that it appears only on special days, when ghosts and spirits make their way to the world of the living.
This is a monument built to commemorate the great Sphinxdeer, a mighty Egyptian reindeer who used to help pull the sandy sleigh of Santachamun during the most special night of the year for the folk of Egypt.
Masterpiece of Leonardo Digg Vinci. It is famous mainly for its 'mysterious' smile. Maybe she smiles because she won some Florentine lottery? Or did Digg Vinci's pants drop to the ground? Or did his mother-in-law got killed by a cart? We will never know.
You could get this in the locations of the 'Adventurer of the Year' quests. It is a part of a set of the Grand Prize. The right side of the treasure was hidden deep in these locations and the centre can be bought at the special shop-keeper in your camp.
You could get this in the locations of the 'Adventurer of the Year' quests. It is a part of a set of the Grand Prize. The left side of the treasure had to be collected during the quests and the centre could be bought at the special shop-keeper in your camp.
Count Diggula had a really bad day and besides the fact that he was hunted by werewolves, he also lost his beautiful replica of his own home. Now you have the chance to acquire it during the Halloween season 2013!
This Indian tribe helped the first pilgrims get through their first winter in the new lands. Along with the food, they have given the pilgrims also this powerful totem which guarded their fragile spirits.
Santa had a small accident just before Christmas 2013 and it got broken into five pieces. But don't worry! Nothing happened to him and he already has a new one. He left this sleigh for a brave adventurer, so they put it together and keep it in their own collection.
Little Red Riding Hood's granny was given this cuckoo clock as a wedding gift from another man who brought it from the city of Furtwangen. When grandpa found this out, he took the clock, smashed it and hid the pieces all around the country so nobody could ever find them again!
Anton Avalanche, the organizer of the Winter Games, wanted to make the competition even more interesting and so he broke this amazing torch into 5 pieces and hid them around the Winter Games locations. If you find them all, the treasure yours!
Rainbows sometimes appear, if sun comes after rain. Many people like them because they're colourful and pretty. They put smiles on people's faces. Put a smile on Diggy's face, find the whole rainbow and put it in your camp!
The Fabergé egg is a jeweled egg created by the Russian jeweler Carl Peter Fabergé who crafted these eggs on behalf of the tsar family and the wealthiest Russian aristocrats. They are considered priceless thanks to their exceptional craftsmanship and artistic merit.
A prototype which got refused because the artist has approached the concept as a manifest against consumer society. He wanted to draw attention to the wild consumerism in all the spheres of the modern society. And that's why he made it from tin foil and plastic bottles.
The Statue of Liberty was designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi. It's a neoclassical sculpture depicting Libertas, the roman goddess of freedom, carrying a torch and a tablet, with a broken chain at her feet representing the freedom of the United States.
Diggy has tried being a proper cowboy. Blistered hands, Saddle bruises and cowboy legs. Being a cowboy is not as easy as it seems! But the indescribable feeling is really worth it. And this statue will be a remembrance of this feeling till the end of time.
Sherlock was, and still is, one of the greatest detectives of the world. This statue is supposed to remind Diggy of it so he never forgets. Diggy has to solve many more interesting cases so he could be as good as Sherlock...
This is skeleton Herbert who was found by Diggy during the Halloween 2014. He used to belong to a green witch who used it to scare small naughty children. It is very suitable as a decoration for creating a very scary atmosphere.
This epic statue commemorates the great fight between the King Arthur and the evil Mordred. The fight was long and exhausting but in the end, the good won over evil and they lived happily ever after. Except Mordred...
Diggy has a good heart and doesn't like to see suffer any living creatures. He helped these animals during Christmas 2014 when the evil Surfer Stan tried to melt their natural habitat. This statue is a nice remembrance for it.
This is the replica of the actual Juliet's balcony where the whole magic happened. The famous words were uttered: "O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name. Or if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love and I'll no longer be a Capulet!"
Kitsch /kiCH/ - "art, objects, or design considered to be in poor taste because of excessive garishness or sentimentality, but sometimes appreciated in an ironic or knowing way". But forget about that - look at those cute kittens!!!
Inspector Jacques Closet is another famous detective. Many people consider him incompetent, he's always getting mixed in some trouble, or getting trapped in somewhere and others have to help him out. ...Right Diggy?
There was once a revolutionary gang of Easter bunnies who invented this handy contraption called the 'Egg-tapult'. It's basically a common catapult which can throw Easter eggs to great distances. The breaking of the eggs on the impact is just a petty detail...
Seven dwarf started out as a boy-band but due to their size you couldn't see them properly on big stages, so they changed their profession to miners and occasional florists. With the arrival of Snow White however, they want to give show-business another try as backup-dancers.
Not just cats, but humans and robots are welcome to Diggy's amazing 3rd birthday party too. No discrimination here. Just a risk of sugar high from the sweet, sweet cake and a gallon or two of homemade liquor. Truly the kind of memories that deserve to be etched into marble.
With each of these metal birds launched into space, humanity endeavors to reach new heights, to discover mysteries of a vast galaxy and challenge our own limitations. It doesn't matter where you're from, Columbia or Atlantis, spacewalking inspires awe in all of us.
This scuba diving suit was constructed out of most heavy-duty, industrial steel and waterproof fabric. Only the bravest adventurers are worthy of putting it on and exploring the darkest depths of the ocean.
Rare miniature replica of one of the most infamous pirate ships that have ever sailed through the Seven Seas. Legend says that in its wreck was found the biggest treasure in history. Sadly, its name was destroyed in the shipwreck.
This fictional grimoire first appeared in a horror story written by H. P. Lovecraft. Other authors then went on to incorporate it in their work to the point the fictional spell book became notorious and some publishers even printed 'Necronomicon' after Lovecraft's death.
Constructed from nothing but a pile of bamboo, some trash bags, a wheelbarrow, the engine of a cement-mixer, duct tape and unbreakable determination, this bamboo airplane helped a famous hero get out of a sticky situation.
This intricately detailed snow globe with one of the most famous New York landmarks, the Statue of Liberty, can be found on Kelvin's windowsill. You only need to give it a shake to create a snowstorm trapped in a glass dome.
Cursed until someone melts her frozen cage, this princess had been locked in ice for over 30 years. And for a good reason. For not even the bravest adventurers in the land dare to break the curse and risk facing the princess' legendary rage.
With a single swipe of her magical wand, fairy godmother turned an old cart into this luxurious pumpkin coach fit for a future queen. On its magical wheels, Cinderella set out to meet the love of her life.
"Astronomy compels the soul to look upwards and leads us from this world to another," said Plato. And so the humankind built observatories, enabling us to reach the stars and discover the galaxies at the very edge of the ever expanding observable universe.
During the eternal struggle between winter and spring, this lone snowman was found in an empty field. Whether he tried to depict the transition between seasons, or just likes wearing Easter eggs, remains to be the hot topic of discussion among many scholars.
In the ever expanding universe, a rift in between the worlds opened a window to alternative dimensions. To remember what could have been, Diggy's alter egos from each dimension have been etched into stone.
Unearthed from the prehistoric sites in the heart of North America, this T-Rex is one of few complete skeleton remains that managed to get preserved until this day. The first reconstruction of the T-Rex skeleton was published in 1905.
Found in North America, this white-headed eagle has been the national emblem of the United States since 1782. Many cultures even consider it to be a spiritual messenger between humans and gods, and a symbol of freedom, nobility or rebirth.
This marble masterpiece unearthed in Greece is thought to depict the endurance of the athletic spirit. It continues to be admired to this day as one of the most famous sculptures from the ancient times.
This ruggedly handsome tough guy lives by his own rules. Though often cynical and rarely 'clean, shaven and sober', his sense of honour and justice is as strong as his chain-smoking habit. He is the modern-day knight of the noir world.
A swanky time machine constructed in Doc's underground laboratory that will take you on a spin through time, to places where you don't need roads. It runs on Plutonium and when it hits 88 miles, you'll see some serious stuff.
As Valentine's Day draws near, all the cupids pick up their bows and arrows and fly down into our world to help Fate along. And so thanks to their help, iconic movie soulmates are destined to find each other.
Vace Entura's favourite mode of transportation when solving a mystery in the scorching heat of the African safari. Anyone who joins in needs to get ready for a wild ride... and an occasional rogue rhino on the roof of the car.
Take a lift up to the very top of this famous UFO-shaped restaurant in 45 seconds for the best view of the Bratislava skyline! Disclaimer: As far as we know, no actual aliens have been seen eating here.
Scouts are smart. Respectful. Brave. Sometimes they even ride the dangerous waves of a wild river in the middle of a perilous forest filled with exciting adventures! The rest of the time, they just love to eat cookies.
About 65 million years ago when dinosaurs still roamed the earth, a sudden catastrophe struck our planet. Was it an asteroid impact or super-volcano eruptions that marked the beginning of the end for the dinosaur species? This dino is about to find out...
The place where the Beachwatch lifeguard Hitch Muchannon spends most of his time, attractively lounging in the sun, but always ready to spring into action and save the day. Not all heroes wear capes, some of them wear red swim shorts.
It was a gloomy day outside the windows of the Gentlemen's Club when a group of Willy Fog's peers approached him. "I bet 20,000 pounds that you can't travel around the world in 80 days," one of them said. And so Fog took out his pocket watch, looked at it and said, "I bet I can."
Once upon a time, in a realm far, far away, there lived Fairy Godmother with her magical book of fairy tales. It is said that only the bravest adventurers dared to open it and delve inside to bring the spirit of Christmas into the tales hidden among its pages.
Centuries ago, the gods of winter crafted the throne from ice as ancient and powerful as the world itself and swore: "Only the true successor of the pure Ice lineage can sit upon it and rule all the realms." And so Ice Prince knew he was next.
Will love bloom between two quarreling florists Florian and Petunia on this year's Valentine's Day? It certainly does here. No flowers or robots were harmed in the making of my sculpture. - anonymous artist, 2018
WARNING! This board game contains gargantuan spiders, carnivorous plants, stampeding animals and more. Once you throw the dice, you have to keep playing Junglanji until the very end. If not, the game just might suck you in...
In a magical world far, far away Humpty Dumpty just got a brilliant idea. It's time to go on an adventure! So he grabs his knapsack and sets out on an exciting journey into the human world. After all, it's Easter and surely nothing bad awaits him there.
It's always sunny in Hollywood! And So Diggy and Steve Mitchcock got in the car and drove out to the nearest drive-in cinema to watch Rustydzilla destroy a city on the silver screen. This cinematic masterpiece was directed by Mitchcock himself, of course.
Diggy was having his 6th birthday party, when suddenly a rift tore open between two parallel universes. What choices did Professor make in the other, futuristic universe to turn evil? He might have been bitten by a radioactive drone or eaten a cursed cake. Nobody knows.
This month coming to your camp is – Players' event! Enjoy the thrilling fantasy in space with fairies and Centaurs by your side, with a special cameo by the beloved Whoopsi Goldbag. You won't believe how this story ends...
Twenty years ago, this trophy graced the hallways of Foxville High until an unknown delinquent stole it and hid its parts. It was signed by all the Foxes and given to their baseball coach Tyron after their graduation.
A pirate's life is fun, they said! It's looting and sailing the Seven Seas and drinking your crew mates under the tavern table. Nobody ever says you might get stranded in the middle of the sea... But if anyone can handle it, it's Captain Bon Annie and her crew!
Centuries ago, four powerful wizards founded Bogwarts, the greatest school of magic in the world. The four animals that represent their spirit still live on in the school emblem. Which one are you – the cunning Batwingus, brave Bravenstag, smart Owlbeak or friendly Hufflehog?
The locals say it houses horrors unseen – cut off hands that crawl and deadly traps on every corner, it seems. The walls are painted black and the spirits howl in the basement, yet the Paddams family lives there in contentment.
Who said Ice Princess can't have human friends? Ella and Annie have been 'Best Friends Forever' since childhood, collecting memories throughout the years that would melt the coldest of hearts. Find all the pieces so the memories can remain frozen in time forever.
The most romantic ride for all fairytale newlyweds! It might smell like Shmek's unwashed week-old socks, but he built it himself, and any woman who wants to marry Shmek should accept both him and his onion carriage. That's what true love is all about!
--- Like stepping out of the shadows of those more qualified than you and throwing yourself headfirst into danger, not because you are foolish, nor because you are fearless - but because the consequences of doing nothing would be far worse. ---
Property of the best band in the Easter universe – The Rodent Stones! With the members behind the wheel, this repainted junk of a van will drive straight to stardom as soon as they record their biggest hit. So, it might take a while, but they will get there.
This nightmarish creature is a perfect example of a highly adaptable organism. It preys on practically anything and it can lay its eggs even outside its natural habitat – for example on your spaceship!
In a time when the world was drained of humans and vampires and weresaurs waged a war to survive, one lone vampire Keenanu Reefs resolved to find the source of eternal blood and turn enemies into allies.
From the cobbled streets of a Mexican pueblo, through dusty deserts and treacherous plains of the Wild West, this good old wagon can take any cowboy hungry for adventure on a rickety, wild ride. So hop on, cowboy!
On the flip side of the quaint little town Pawkins lie horrors untold. A world identical to ours, yet so different. A world ruled by the evil monster Demoirgon hungry for destruction. So if you ever find yourself crossing over to his realm, you'd better know how to hide.
George Rodgers and his wife Anna lovingly hand-crafted the dog house themselves as a Christmas gift to their 77 Maltidians. It might seem too small to fit them all, but don't worry, it's much bigger on the inside. Must be Christmas magic!
Aeons ago, a brave knight of the Icelands slayed an ice dragon with his sword, ridding the whole kingdom of its greatest enemy. Upon his victory, his sword was buried in ice, and the legends say only his true successor will be able to pull it out.
From the dawn of humanity dating back millions of years ago, through the classical ancient times, rough Middle Ages, Victorian industrial revolution until the future that has yet to pass, there's one thing that remains. Love.
Legends say a girl named Muan wanted to protect her father and went to war in his place. From a humble daughter to a fierce warrior, she defeated the evil barbarians and saved China. In the end, she brought honour to her and her family.
WARNING! Do not release into the wild! This artificially enlarged hen is a result of an experiment gone wrong. If spotted, avoid at all cost. Hendzilla is unpredictable and a danger to anyone who steps in her path.
For all the diligent diggers whose names start with 'D' and end with 'iggy' and are celebrating their 8th birthday. Made of magical whipped cream that doesn't melt and lasts an eternity. Disclaimer: No matter how tempting, do not climb on it.
Solving difficult cases is his purpose. 'Detective' is his second name. Diggy. He won't leave any stone undragged nor a clue left behind. His reputation is so good, he had a statue erected in his honour.
Who said mermaids weren't real? Not Lady Lala! In this story the famous singer embarks on a mysterious journey to reveal the existence of mythical mermaids. Who better to film one-of-a-kind music video with?
Vampires, ghouls, demons and other monsters are always trying to enter our world. But they're afraid of one thing - Fluffy, the Monster Slayer, whose sharp wit and stake will immediately curb their enthusiasm.
Zombies and knights have been in war for as long as anyone can remember and now the Necklace of Invisibility is gone! It’s up to Diggy, Joseph the Zombie and Jamuel S. Lackson to get it back and bring back peace to the galaxy.
Ordinary people are oblivious to the fact, that our galaxy is teeming with life in all its fantastical shapes and sizes. But from time to time a person sees something they shouldn’t - that’s when the Space Agents step in!
It would be pretty boring to celebrate the coming of spring by planting flowers or building bird houses. Nothing beats rolling a cheese down the hill, soaking each other wet with water balloons and eating a huge pan of scrambled eggs!
Ever since he was a little boy, Diggy showed a certain proclivity to adventure - no surprise there! His mom Digmar and dad Diggerius are both world-renowned explorers. Apple never falls far from the tree...
Zombies were once humans and some of them still retain a bit of their former self. Nevertheless, their minds are clouded by insatiable hunger, and the only thing that will bring them happiness, are human brains.
Generations and generations of adventurers have tried to find this artifact, sometimes called the Holy Grail of Diggers. Few of them know, however, that taming its destructive power is nearly impossible...
The Amazon rainforest is sometimes called the Lungs of the Earth. Beneath the canopy of majestic trees lies a rich animal world that is unfortunately under threat. Only by working together can we effectively protect it.
The Wild West, a world of cunning gunslingers, duels full of suspense and mythical treasures. But the land can be unforgiving, the sun too harsh, which is why a four-wheeled coach is a settler's best friend!
Rumour has it that the origin of the Loch Ness Monster legend dates back to the 6th century AD! Nessie, as she is familiarly known, has poked her head out of the mythical waters only a few times. But where the truth lies, no one knows to this day...
The Crown of Power draws to itself the darkest creatures of the world, even the Spider Queen. She is terrible to behold and eternally hungry, but she is not invulnerable - her greatest enemies are courage and hope!
Carmilla Has Lived for Thousands of Years and in That Time Has Amassed Enough Wealth to Buy the Old Castle Ruins Left Behind By Count Dracula After His Disappearance. Then She Had An Idea - She's Going to Turn It Into a Wellness Center!
Leonardo Da Vinci Was not Only An Artist, But Also An Inventor! Among the Most Famous of His Inventions is the Proto-Helicopter. Fun Fact: in 2022, Based on Its Design, a Drone Was Made That Actually Flies.
The Snow Queen Created This Magic Mirror to Make Her Victims Forget Everything Nice That Happened to Them. That's How She Was Able to Control Them Completely. But She Didn't Expect That There Were More Powerful Forces in the World Than Her...