Not Her Interactive's best, but certainly not their worst
6 March 2015
Summary: I was so excited to get this game! The pictures looked incredible, even the trailer was good! ( too bad I didn't look at the reviews ) The game starts off really well, then once you get more and more into the game it makes less and less sense. You play as The Hardy Boys almost ALL game! Its not like I don't like them, but you don't get to play as Nancy Drew very much. (which is kinda disappointing) The setting is great!
Summary: As soon as I first came upon The Cave's attractive cover art, I knew I had to have the game. When I first started up the puzzle/platformer, I wasn't disappointed, either. It was the mysterious and atmospheric visuals that had drawn me to the game, and the entire experience did indeed prove visually fantastic. The environments are lush. The characters are all charmingly animated. They don't speak, but with all the personality in their movements, they don't need to.
Summary: If you buy this game, expect to spend HOURS figuring out how to install it because you have to set up an account on something called "Steam." The instructions were written by someone who thinks in another language or some kind of anti-social nerd. So far, no one from product support has returned my email to help me. Eventually, I was able to download the game with help from Amazon customer support. No one from Stream ever contacted me or responded to my request for help.