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The Cave is free on Android right now

[Update: the deal/mistake is over -- the price has reverted back to $4.99] If you're an Android owner, stop what you're doing, follow this link, and grab The Cave. It isn't a game changer in the puzzle or adventure arena in the slightest, b...

 
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The Cave is coming to iPhone and iPad

Ron Gilbert's only game with Double Fine, The Cave, is bound for iOS devices this summer. Touchgen have had some hands-on time with port being handled by SEGA and say the touch-screen controls work pretty well. Pointing on the screen to mo...

 
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Review: The Cave

Ron Gilbert, being responsible for classic LucasArts titles like Maniac Mansion and The Secret of Monkey Island, is a legend in adventure game circles. His latest adventure, The Cave, feels a bit like a return to those roots but winds up be...

 
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Double Fine's latest adventure The Cave drops next week

The Cave publisher Sega has pinned down the release schedule for this new adventure game from the joyful minds at Double Fine Productions. Even though it's coming to several digital distribution services, there thankfully aren't any major d...

 
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Pre-orders for Double Fine's The Cave open on Steam

While the exact release date for The Cave hasn't been nailed down quite yet -- it's "January 2013," for now -- the upcoming adventure game from Ron Gilbert and co. at Double Fine Productions will be available shortly. In fact, pre-orders ha...

 
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Explore the new trailer from The Cave

Sega, Double Fine, and Ron Gilbert have sent along their newest trailer for upcoming puzzle action/adventure title The Cave. In it, a talking cave gives us a brief rundown on a few of the seven characters that you'll chose from to cre...

 
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Preview: Solving simple puzzles in The Cave

At the Sega Booth during PAX Prime 2012, I was able to get a quick demo preview of The Cave, an upcoming puzzle platformer coming to both consoles and PC by Ron Gilbert and Double Fine. From first impressions, I immediately appreciated the ...

 
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E3: Double Fine's The Cave looks utterly delightful

The "market" allegedly says that adventure games don't sell anymore, that Ron Gilbert has had his day, and that Double Fine makes games nobody wants. Well, as Tim Schafer continues counting his coppers after raking in a ton of loot on Kicks...

 
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Preview: Double Fine ventures into The Cave

Double Fine is one of those rare anomalies that carries a truck-ton of admiration from its fans, almost no scorn or distaste from anyone in this industry, and yet it has still experienced a fluctuation of moderate monetary success. And eve...

 

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