Summary: A puzzle-platformer from Double Fine productions, The Cave has all the usual charm and humour you’d expect from the Tim Schafer founded company. Truth be told the platforming is very basic but the puzzles are generally logical and fun to solve and, particularly when played with a friend or two, it...
Summary: Don't get it why it has been rated only fair. For me this game stands out of the crowd. Beautiful graphics, funny and a very original game play as you must cooperate with 3 characters (each having a unique capability) in a single game. The puzzles are not very hard and you cannot die.
Summary: Okay of the two games included I would have to say that my personal favorit was Muchi Muchi Pork!. Although Pink Sweets is also a fine game, I enjoyed the stylistic choices, and over all boss enimies found in Munchi Pork more.
Summary: Even though this game is somewhat flawed, I think it's being critizised for the wrong reasons. People expecting a late LucasArts kind of adventure will be very disappointed. "The Cave" is a VERY old school adventure game.
Summary: I still don’t understand why Ron Gilbert doesn’t just make another point ‘n’ click adventure game! The Cave has the trademark Ron Gilbert humour in there but in a puzzle-platformer package which is a pain to play if you’re used to playing with keyboard and mouse.
Summary: The Cave do have its charm. The visuals are for the most part quite nice and there are some lovely colorful levels in the game. The characters are quite nice and their stories are interesting enough and the narrator is a nice touch that could have been used a bit more in my opinion.
Summary: You get 2 excellent cave shooters for that price, it's a steal. Both games are very well crafted. The art design and music are beautiful. Also the pure scoring mechanics guarantee virtually endless replay value. But be warned though.