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The Cave Released On iOS
Double Fine Productions' puzzle adventure game The Cave is coming to the App Store today. The game, brainchild of Maniac Mansion designer Ron Gilbert, can be downloaded for $4.99 / £2.99/ €4.49 to you iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
The Cave Ready For Exploration Through PlayStation Plus
Tomorrow is Tuesday, so that must mean that it’s time for yet another PlayStation Plus update. This week’s content includes a free copy of Double Fine’s darkly humorous platform/adventure game, The Cave, as well as fighting game Tekken 6 for the PSP/Vita and a couple of new discounts to boot.
The Cave Character Figurines Now On Sale
If you've played Double Fine Productions' adventure game The Cave, you may have a favorite character or two. Double Fine is now giving you a chance to show your affection for these characters. The company is selling vinyl figurines of the cast at their website.
The Cave Review: Afternoon Delight
In The Cave, a motley group of travelers explore a mysterious network of caverns. Each character has a different reason for this expedition. The Cave's players have diverse goals as well. Some of you are fans of Double Fine Productions' other quirky adventure games. Some of you are hankering for a good XBLA puzzle game in the mold of Limbo or Braid. Others are simply looking for something short to tide them over until the bigger new releases of this season arrive. The Cave has something to offer each of these groups.
The Cave Out Now With A Deadly Launch Trailer
Double Fine and Sega have let loose their latest collaboration of deadly adventures and puzzling platform antics with the neat little game, The Cave. The game itself is a break away from the typical blockbusters invading the marketplace and it kindles some of that fire that made games like Limbo and Shadow Complex worthwhile experiences throughout this current generation of gaming.
Ni No Kuni, The Cave, Dust 514 And More Come To PSN This Week
And, just like that, the early year gaming drought was over. It's a big week over on the PlayStation 3, featuring the launch of the highly anticipated Japanese RPG, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, as well as a trip into Double Fine's The Cave, the wide launch of the Dust 514 beta, a couple of PlayStation Move games, demos including Dead Space 3 and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and more.
The Cave Can Be Explored Next Week For $14.99
Sega of America and Double Fine Productions have finally unearthed release date and pricing details for upcoming platforming adventure game, The Cave, and it looks like we’ll all be spelunking into dark humor a lot sooner than you might expect.
The Cave Introduces More Characters In New Trailer
The talking geological structure, The Cave, has returned, intent on being a good host by introducing the second and final batch of characters players will take control of when Double Fine’s new game hits virtual markets early next year.
The Cave Introduces Characters In New Trailer
Double Fine's latest game, The Cave, looks to mix dark humor with glorious puzzles and exciting exploration in early 2013 and, thanks to the newly released character reveal trailer, we can now get to know a few of the playable characters who will be braving the depths of a talking geological structure. Yes, the cave talks.
The Cave Screenshots Go Spelunking
Sega and Double Fine Productions decided to show off their collaboration The Cave this weekend. A bundle of screenshots introduces many of the diverse playable characters at players' disposal.
The Cave Debut Trailer Features An Adventure Full Of Peril
The official debut trailer for Ron Gilbert's The Cave, which is being developed by Double Fine Studios and published by Sega, gives gamers a fairly good look at the side-scrolling adventure title that seems to be a throwback to the days of games like The Neverhood and Heart of Darkness.
Double Fine's The Cave Will Be Published By Sega
Coming off the KickStarter success for their upcoming adventure title, Double Fine are now finding themselves in a bit of a success run for securing funding, as Sega has hopped onto the popularity locomotive and offered to publish another Double Fine adventure title called The Cave.