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Submitted by Connoro 788d ago | preview

The Cave (PC) Hands-On Preview

Connor Beaton writes: "You may be forgiven for forming a mental connection between The Cave and Trine, but Double Fine’s take on the multi-character platformer is surprisingly original – and very enjoyable. Players take a maximum of three esoteric characters from a line-up of seven deep into the Earth to eventually explore the eponymous Cave (which is, er, also the narrator). Unlike Trine, it’s focussed on puzzle-solving rather than action, and both the charming design and incredible puzzle that made up the bulk of the demo I played left me very impressed." (PC, PS3, The Cave, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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