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Submitted by StillGray 835d ago | news

Double Fine’s Ron Gilbert Explains His Inspiration For ‘The Cave’

Uproxx: "Double Fine has a new game in development by Ron Gilbert called The Cave. Not to be confused with the Mumford & Sons song, The Cave is a delightful adventure game designed in the vein of Maniac Mansion. Players choose from a line-up of seven oddball characters (choosing three per game) to descend into the depths of the eponymous taking cave." (PC, PS3, The Cave, Xbox 360)

Run_bare  +   834d ago
I like Ron Gilbert, one of the genius that created the point and click adventure genre.

I can't wait to play this, i have fond memories of Maniac Mansion, Indiana Jones, Full Throttle, Day of Tentacle, etc.

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