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The Cave is an adventure game, obviously. It's littered with puzzles and pieces of junk destined to become the only objects in the world worth having. The cave itself is a sentient, subterranean narrator, enveloping seven different explorers in a patchwork of dream-like environments that not only pertain to them, but contain the kind of contorted contexts in which a ...

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Humble Mobile Bundle 5 explores The Room 2, The Cave, and more

Humble Bundle is back with another serving of high-profile Android games, featuring Double Fine's The Cave, Fireproof Games' The Room 2 and other standout apps in the newly launched Humble Mobile Bundle 5. Pay at least $1 and you'll get Crescent Moon Games' action-RPG Aralon: Sword and Shadow,...

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Chris Remo leaves Double Fine to join startup dev Campo Santo

The Cave co-writer Chris Remo is no longer working at Double Fine, having teamed up with Idle Thumbs co-stars and Walking Dead designers Jake Rodkin and Sean Vanaman at the recently formed Campo Santo studio. Remo was formerly editor-in-chief at Gamasutra and a community manager at BioShock studio ...

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Enter The Cave on Android for free via the Amazon Appstore [Update: Nope!]

The Cave is free right now on the Amazon Appstore, both in the US and UK, and apparently across the retailer's worldwide sites. That's despite the spelunking adventure only hitting Android a week ago, and still being priced $5 on Google Play. The Amazon Appstore does offer free apps of the day, ...

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Start digging with The Cave on Android

Android fans need go without oddball adventure game The Cave no longer, as the game found its way to that platform late last week. The Cave costs $4.99 on the Google Play store, and arrived a few weeks after making an appearance on Ouya. The adventure game comes from The Secret of Monkey Island ...

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The Cave hops onto Ouya

Double Fine's spelunking adventure game, The Cave, is now available on Ouya, joining counterparts on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, PC, Mac, Linux and iOS. We gave The Cave a go on XBLA and found it to be "the cruelest of Double Fine's games, and perhaps the most sharply written." Ouya received an up...

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The Cave's sinister spelunking reaches iOS this week

The Cave is coming to iOS this week on Thursday, October 3. Sega made the announcement on its blog today, pricing the iOS port at $4.99 (£2.99/ €4.49) for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Created by Double Fine in collaboration with Ron Gilbert, The Cave is an adventure game centered arou...

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The Cave drops in on iOS this summer

The Cave, Double Fine's latest adventure game, is heading to iOS, Touchgen reports, citing a hands-on preview at E3 last week. Sega published The Cave on PC, Mac, Linux, Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii U in January, but clearly that's not enough, and the game is due out this summer on iOS. The Cave on iOS...

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The Cave, Tekken 6 free on PlayStation Plus this week

PlayStation Plus members can snag free downloads of The Cave and Tekken 6 starting tomorrow, the former a PS3 download, the latter a PSP game compatible with PS Vita. This week is also your last chance to grab a free copy of Plants vs Zombies on PS Vita. The PlayStation Blog clues us in on some dea...

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Spec Ops: The Line free on PS Plus this week, The Cave, Joe Danger 2 upcoming

Sony announced all of March's free PlayStation Plus games at once, with a twist. We don't know which week will offer which game. They're just ... sometime in March, on a Tuesday. We do know which game goes free tomorrow: Spec Ops: The Line, the game that makes you feel sad about war. Other freebies...

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The Cave review: Seven spelunkers, none decent

The Cave is an adventure game, obviously. It's littered with puzzles and pieces of junk destined to become the only objects in the world worth having. The cave itself is a sentient, subterranean narrator, enveloping seven different explorers in a patchwork of dream-like environments that not only p...

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