Cave Days Reviewed
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Macworld's Game Room has posted a new review of Cave Days, a colorful platform action game from Insolita Studios. The game follows the tale of Ugo and Dawson as they make their way across a 2D prehistoric world on a variety of adventures. The Game Room gave Cave Days a score of 3 out of 5 mice.
From the review:
Because they’re cartoon cavemen, Ugo and Dawson have to face off against cartoon dinosaurs. They can knock them out with their clubs, then either sidestep them, toss them away into a deep pit, or stuff them in their backpack (handy when they get back home to use as a food supply). Read the full review by clicking on the link below.
Macworld Game Room: Cave Days Review
Cave Days features quite a menagerie—everything from the mostly harmless red dinos to vicious and fast raptors, spiders, fishes, pterodactyls, even a great big Tyrannosaurus Rex that you’ll have to face off against, eventually. There are other characters the two main leads in this game have to communicate with, such as the wise old man Oberon and Ula, Dawson’s bride. All told, Insolita has done a great job making Cave Days a fun world to explore and a lot of fun to play.
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