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Saturday, November 03, 2007


Rat Cave is a new exploration game under development by the author of Death Worm. Take control of the protagonist as he enters a network of caves to find the mythic beast and slay it. This could prove to be slightly tricky as you're only allowed to carry four arrows on your noble mission.

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- Rat Cave
- Zombie Game Engine Test
- The Crypts of Despair
1 Comments:
Blogger Terry said at 11/03/2007 04:59:00 PM:  
Hah! That's really neat. It really nails the feeling of hunting something big and deadly. A bit of work and this could be something really special.

It took me three turns to beat it, and something strange happened on my last turn: I wandered outside for a while and the monster came running out to meet me!