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"Minecrafty: Meet Yogscast, the UK's Kings of YouTube." (BBC). Drop your axe. Lower your sword. And open the ultimate must-have book for gamers of all ages! The full colour, classy hardback Diggy Diggy Book includes the best (and worst) jokes from the massively successful YouTube creators. Meet the Yogscast, see exclusive look inside YogTowers, become a JaffaQuest cadet, r "Minecrafty: Meet Yogscast, the UK's Kings of YouTube." (BBC). Drop your axe. Lower your sword. And open the ultimate must-have book for gamers of all ages! The full colour, classy hardback Diggy Diggy Book includes the best (and worst) jokes from the massively successful YouTube creators. Meet the Yogscast, see exclusive look inside YogTowers, become a JaffaQuest cadet, read the tourists guide to Datlof and more, so much more that we don't want to give away. (Yet!) If you've ever watched a Minecraft YouTube video, chances are you know who The Yogscast are. This is THE book for you.


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"Minecrafty: Meet Yogscast, the UK's Kings of YouTube." (BBC). Drop your axe. Lower your sword. And open the ultimate must-have book for gamers of all ages! The full colour, classy hardback Diggy Diggy Book includes the best (and worst) jokes from the massively successful YouTube creators. Meet the Yogscast, see exclusive look inside YogTowers, become a JaffaQuest cadet, r "Minecrafty: Meet Yogscast, the UK's Kings of YouTube." (BBC). Drop your axe. Lower your sword. And open the ultimate must-have book for gamers of all ages! The full colour, classy hardback Diggy Diggy Book includes the best (and worst) jokes from the massively successful YouTube creators. Meet the Yogscast, see exclusive look inside YogTowers, become a JaffaQuest cadet, read the tourists guide to Datlof and more, so much more that we don't want to give away. (Yet!) If you've ever watched a Minecraft YouTube video, chances are you know who The Yogscast are. This is THE book for you.

30 review for Yogscast: The Diggy Diggy Book

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gabe "The Dungeon Master" Graffam

    This book has everything you need to have a good time. Some jokes about non-sense, a games page full of crosswords and fill in the blank. It even has a Where's Waldo page that is really hard to find the spoon, so keep looking. This book takes us through the interity of the Yogscast, who they are and what there all about. You meet them with biography's written about themselves. You see the adventures they have been on with countless pages about how they function and what there everyday lifes are This book has everything you need to have a good time. Some jokes about non-sense, a games page full of crosswords and fill in the blank. It even has a Where's Waldo page that is really hard to find the spoon, so keep looking. This book takes us through the interity of the Yogscast, who they are and what there all about. You meet them with biography's written about themselves. You see the adventures they have been on with countless pages about how they function and what there everyday lifes are like. This book is very informitive about who the Yogscast are. Also, it could be counted as a auto-biography, because there are a ton in the one book. I hope you enjoyed this book about the Kings of Youtube as much as I did. And please pay attention to the little gems that they hide, references to other things and storys from some of there series!

  2. 5 out of 5

    JoshuaG gates

    this book was requested to me by gabe and i loved it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nerdish Mum

    This was exactly what I hoped it would be like when I first heard about it. It's silly, it's fun and it's exactly like the Yogscast. I laughed out loud at a lot of the content, particularly the player profiles. If you're a fan of the Yogscast family then you will enjoy this book! This was exactly what I hoped it would be like when I first heard about it. It's silly, it's fun and it's exactly like the Yogscast. I laughed out loud at a lot of the content, particularly the player profiles. If you're a fan of the Yogscast family then you will enjoy this book!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Zoey

    Amazing! An absolutely worthwhile buy for any Yognau(gh)t! The Diggy Diggy Book is an illustrated tour of current Yogscast culture, from Dwarves to Yoglabs, from Fright Night to Blackrock to Owl Island, and even to Datlof! This book contains all manners of wacky references and surprises to bring a smile to any and all Yogscast fans. Featuring pages dedicated to all full-time members of the Yogscast, this book has it all :D

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mehsi

    Having no clue who or what Yogscast is (but then again I use Youtube for music) I still had to get this book when I saw it at Boekenfestijn (plus my fiance was also very interested in it). It looked hilariously fun and it was very colourful (can't resist those shiny colourful pages). However I guess one has to be a fan to fully appreciate this book, I for one had quite fun at times, but that part about that weird country with pigs and a few other things was just too much and I didn't have fun re Having no clue who or what Yogscast is (but then again I use Youtube for music) I still had to get this book when I saw it at Boekenfestijn (plus my fiance was also very interested in it). It looked hilariously fun and it was very colourful (can't resist those shiny colourful pages). However I guess one has to be a fan to fully appreciate this book, I for one had quite fun at times, but that part about that weird country with pigs and a few other things was just too much and I didn't have fun reading those. So it is sadly going on the nope stack, I had actually hoped to add these to my shelves. Oh well. :(

  6. 5 out of 5

    Delta

    Let me start by saying that I am a HUGE fan of the Yogscast. This is a review of the book, but not necessarily a critique of the Yogscast. That said, this book is for fans of the the group and not made for anyone unfamiliar with their work. As a fan: I was excited to see what the Yogscast would do with the print media (other than posters) and I was curious to see what they would deem worthy enough to belong in the finished product. So I was sorely disappointed to see how completely unbalanced the Let me start by saying that I am a HUGE fan of the Yogscast. This is a review of the book, but not necessarily a critique of the Yogscast. That said, this book is for fans of the the group and not made for anyone unfamiliar with their work. As a fan: I was excited to see what the Yogscast would do with the print media (other than posters) and I was curious to see what they would deem worthy enough to belong in the finished product. So I was sorely disappointed to see how completely unbalanced the book was. A two page spread each for: YogLabs - a two-page spread of the lab layout and a two-page spread based on the Stargate Mission Hannah and Nilesy - based on Owl Island Duncan - based on a single episode of GTA V: Duncan's Driving School Martyn - based on The Escapist Hat Films - based on the Hand of Truth Kim - based on Flux buddies Zoey - a drawing activity Sjin - based on Sjin's Farm Sips - based on the poster design for his office/room Pyrion Flax - activities, such as drawing, a quiz, spot the difference, a maze, and a word search Rythian - based on Blackrock Chronicles Turps get almost half a page in the biography section, while Strippin, Dave, Will, and Zylus get no mention at all. Meanwhile, you have six pages for Fright Night, a whopping twelve pages for Civ V's Datlof, fourteen pages for Moon Quest/Mars Quest/Jaffa Quest, and sixteen pages for the Secret World of the Dwarves (or dwarf training). Do you see what I mean about unevenness? I get that most of these content creators had to write their sections themselves, but I don't understand why some of the least interesting episodes/series were used for the book. The biggest complaint for me (although, certainly not the only complaint) is why we are given Duncan's Driving School instead of Duncan's Lab? And why did we focus on a single episode of YogLabs? As a book lover: Of course, the art work is absolutely fabulous, but there are no artists mentioned anywhere on the book. That is not only a shame, but kind of an insult to the artists that work so hard for the Yogscast and so rarely get credit for their work. The shiny cover is eye-catching, but easily scratched (mine had deep gouges in it when I received it in the mail). The printing (on my copy at least), is slightly off, so that the center of the pages where they are bound has parts of other pages showing. The book is divided into sections, often divided by a two-page "warning" divider or fake advertisements based on several posters the Yogscast sells in their store. The writing is uneven, but I attribute this to so many authors and the amount of space they were actually allowed to write. For instance, the Datlof, Moon Quest, and Dwarf sections have paragraphs and call out boxes with actual sentences (sometimes multiple sentences!), while Sjin's pages have 12 sentences (four of which are simply, "Ever. EVER. EVER. EVER.") in five plain call-out boxes. Knowing what I know about the Yogscast, I would not claim that they provide children-friendly content (most of them, at least), so I would be hesitant to give this book to a child. As a children's book, it could have used more activities and fewer words. I thought the activities were cute, but I bet many of the older fans will be hesitant to actually play with them. TLDR: Non-fans will probably not enjoy this; uneven division of pages for content creators and many left out entirely; strange choices for episodes/series chosen for spotlighting; absolutely amazing artwork but no credit to the artists; uneven writing due to too many writers; too few activities for a children's book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

    AWESOME!!! I'm a big fan of the Yogscast, and this book was exactly what I was expecting. Of course, the content is made specifically for fans, so if you haven't been watching the Yogscast for a couple of years or watch other members, you might not understand them. I particularly loved the 'Datlof' section, and other great allusions to the 'Citrus Wars' and 'Wine or Cheese' throughout the book, as there were many parts that made me laugh out loud. The art is friendly and by familiar Yog-employed AWESOME!!! I'm a big fan of the Yogscast, and this book was exactly what I was expecting. Of course, the content is made specifically for fans, so if you haven't been watching the Yogscast for a couple of years or watch other members, you might not understand them. I particularly loved the 'Datlof' section, and other great allusions to the 'Citrus Wars' and 'Wine or Cheese' throughout the book, as there were many parts that made me laugh out loud. The art is friendly and by familiar Yog-employed artists (wish they were accredited somewhere in the book, though). I also liked that it covered many members of the Yogscast! Kim, Martyn, Sjin, Duncan, Sips and even Hat Films. And perhaps a teaser for a Shadow of Israphel... thing in poster form? Anyway, perhaps what I liked best about it was how friendly it was, clean for kids, ESPECIALLY considering Hat Films and their content lol. Thank you, Yogscast!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jackpot

    2/10 Verdict: Should Skip This is an embarrassing read. Clearly targeted towards a child audience, with activities you would find in a children's magazine. This wouldn't be such an issue if The Yogscast weren't so inappropriate. Yogscast content has consistently featured sexual innuendos, racist jokes and constant swearing. It feels wrong for their brand to be so child oriented. Aside from that, the contents of the book are dull, with some interesting art at points. I cringed hard with every page t 2/10 Verdict: Should Skip This is an embarrassing read. Clearly targeted towards a child audience, with activities you would find in a children's magazine. This wouldn't be such an issue if The Yogscast weren't so inappropriate. Yogscast content has consistently featured sexual innuendos, racist jokes and constant swearing. It feels wrong for their brand to be so child oriented. Aside from that, the contents of the book are dull, with some interesting art at points. I cringed hard with every page turn. You'd have to be a very young child or a very specific yogscast fan to get much from this.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Scarlett

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kailin

  11. 4 out of 5

    Christy

  12. 5 out of 5

    Maya

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ascenic

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lucy mckenna

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kimberley

  16. 4 out of 5

    Will Bickerstaff

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mark Williamson

  18. 5 out of 5

    Chris

  19. 4 out of 5

    Bailey

  20. 4 out of 5

    Annelize

  21. 5 out of 5

    Anders Steen

  22. 4 out of 5

    Becky Moffat

  23. 4 out of 5

    Courtney Willmer

  24. 4 out of 5

    John Fox

  25. 4 out of 5

    Francesco Montagnino

  26. 5 out of 5

    John Felsparr

  27. 5 out of 5

    David Wat

  28. 4 out of 5

    Annalisa Diane

  29. 5 out of 5

    Raymond Liedtke

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rosemary

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