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Sunday, October 01, 2006
From cactus comes another effort that exists only to confuse. Made in one day, God Came to the Cave is simply a love or hate affair. The game sets you off on a task, and does the job extremely well though there is no actual moral or point to it. Easily recommended for fans of Illegal Communication.

Name: God Came to the Cave
Developer: cactus
Category: Adventure
Type: Freeware
Size: 1MB


Anonymous Anonymous said at 9/11/2006 09:58:00 AM:  
Great game, I highly enjoyed it. But I would just like to know if the game ends like that, with nothing. Also, Cactus where is Organic Units? I was looking forward to playing that game, but never saw light of it after it's first announcement. Hope that it sees the light of day sometime soon!
Anonymous cactus said at 9/11/2006 10:38:00 AM:  
I'm glad you liked it. Tim seems to have forgotten to mention that the game was made in about eight hours or so for a competition. That's why the ending is a bit uninspired.

I had planned out just about everything of Organic Units on paper before starting the work on it. Unfortunately, some of the gameplay elements worked a lot better in theory than when implemented in the game. Which is why the game hasn't been completed yet. And now I'm taking a college course in Japanese that demands a lot of my attention... So it's hard to say when it'll be done. But keep an eye out, sooner or later I'll have it ready for release.