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How to Win Thrill Digger in Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD

Rupees are easy to come by in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, but not all methods are as fast as winning the Thrill Digger mini-game. The Thrill Digger is effectively a game of chance and luck, although there is a way to increase the chances of winning and get the best of Tubert. A critical note is that these methods will not get players outright wins all the time, but they will raise the chances of getting higher amounts of rupees on average.

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When it comes to collecting rupees in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, there are various other methods. Most will involve mini-games which can translate into time spent versus rupees gained. One prevalent way, other than the Thrill Digger, is going to Fun Fun Island. Another method players have been getting many rupees is going bug hunting and selling them to Strich. The Thrill Digger mini-game has a few helpful tools that players created which can help with the odds when digging up squares, although there are tactics that can help without them.

Focusing more on the time aspect of getting rupees rather than clearing the board is the key to winning the Thrill Digger in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD. The more board clearing goes on, the more chances a bomb will trigger stopping the run cold. An essential item is usually two Silver Rupees on the expert difficulty, worth 100 rupees per run of the board, so getting them should be a priority.

There is also the chance to get a gold rupee which is worth 500 rupees as well. An essential aspect of the game is that the lower the value of the rupee collected will determine how many bombs are around it. For example, when digging up a green rupee, players can safely dig around the other squares adjacent to it, but if they dug up a red rupee, the chances are that a bomb will be on a square next to it. That means, with a bit of strategy, on a larger digging map, squares to start with will be in each of the corners but one diagonal square off from those corner squares. These will give the best chance to get a good head start on maximizing the number of rupees and time. A final bonus is while playing the Thrill Digger, getting a bomb will hurt Link, but speaking to Tubert will heal him back to full health.

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Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is available now on Nintendo Switch.

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