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Caveman Ugh-lympics – Sabre-tooth Tiger

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Media: video game: “Caveman Ugh-lympics” by Dynamix
Platform: Commodore 64

On the game cover we can see a sabre-tooth tiger with one of the cavemen’s feet sticking out of his mouth. This is a reference to one of the games known as Saber Race.

This is a simple race, but rather than finding out who can cross the finish line, the emphasis seems to be to see who can avoid not being the sabre-tooth tiger’s meal. Although both participants can make it to the tree and climb it to avoid being eaten, if the sabre-tooth catches up to either caveman, they will enter a cartoony ‘fight cloud’ and are told that caveman was eaten, though we don’t really see it.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 July 25 at 00:00

Caveman Games – Sabre-tooth Tiger

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Media: video game: “Caveman Games” by Data East
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System

On the game cover we can see a sabre-tooth tiger with one of the cavemen’s feet sticking out of his mouth. This is a reference to one of the games known as Saber Race.

This is a simple race, but rather than finding out who can cross the finish line, the emphasis seems to be to see who can avoid not being the sabre-tooth tiger’s meal. Although both participants can make it to the tree and climb it to avoid being eaten, if the sabre-tooth catches up to either caveman, they will enter a cartoony ‘fight cloud’ and are told that caveman was eaten, though we don’t really see it.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 July 25 at 00:00

Caveman Ugh-lympics – Tyrannosaurus

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Media: video game: “Caveman Ugh-lympics” by Dynamix
Platform: Commodore 64

One of the events of this game is known as Dino Vault.

Blorg:
“Run fast. Plant pole right place. Let go right time. Not all right, you dino delight.”

Just as one can imagine, this is a spin on the pole vault event, where a caveman is to vault over a tyrannosaurus. If they are to vault directly toward the mouth, the dinosaur will chew up the caveman, spitting him out stark naked (in contrast to the NES version where they still have cavemen underwear) into the water before grinning. Otherwise, if the caveman does not vault directly into the mouth, the dino will grab the caveman’s loin cloth, shaking them out of their clothes into the water before eating the clothes instead.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 July 18 at 00:00

Caveman Games – Tyrannosaurus

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Media: video game: “Caveman Games” by Data East
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System

One of the events of this game is known as Dino Vault.

Just as one can imagine, this is a spin on the pole vault event, where a caveman is to vault over a tyrannosaurus. If they are to vault directly toward the mouth, the dinosaur will chew up the caveman, spitting him out wearing nothing but their caveman underwear (unlike the C64 version where they’re in the nude) into the water before grinning. Otherwise, if the caveman does not vault directly into the mouth, the dino will grab the caveman’s loin cloth, shaking them out of their clothes into the water before eating the clothes instead.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 July 18 at 00:00

Final Fantasy VII – Frog

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Media: video game: “Final Fantasy VII″ by Squaresoft (now Square Enix)
Platform:  Playstation, Playstation Network

Ancient Forest is an optional area accessed late in Disc 2 after defeating ‘Ultimate Weapon’ (or perhaps earlier if one breeds a mountain-worthy Chocobo – green, black or gold). It is a series of mini-puzzles involving the use of insects, frogs, pitcher plants and other man-eating plants.

At two points in the area, generic frog croaking can be heard. Certain areas require the use of frogs instead of insects, and so releasing insects in these areas will coax frogs to reveal themselves to eat the insects.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 July 11 at 00:00

Final Fantasy VII – Pitcher Plants

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Media: video game: “Final Fantasy VII″ by Squaresoft (now Square Enix)
Platform:  Playstation, Playstation Network

Ancient Forest is an optional area accessed late in Disc 2 after defeating ‘Ultimate Weapon’ (or perhaps earlier if one breeds a mountain-worthy Chocobo – green, black or gold). It is a series of mini-puzzles involving the use of insects, frogs, pitcher plants and other man-eating plants.

Throughout the area are small pale-looking pitcher plants. Once fed an insect or a frog, its lid will close, allowing Cloud to jump onto it. The prey inside will struggle, and in the case of frogs, will pop back out. Insects also struggle, but when the pitcher plants open again nothing will jump out. Cloud himself can’t jump inside them though.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 July 11 at 00:00

Final Fantasy VII – Carnivorous Plants

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Media: video game: “Final Fantasy VII″ by Squaresoft (now Square Enix)
Platform:  Playstation, Playstation Network

Ancient Forest is an optional area accessed late in Disc 2 after defeating ‘Ultimate Weapon’ (or perhaps earlier if one breeds a mountain-worthy Chocobo – green, black or gold). It is a series of mini-puzzles involving the use of insects, frogs, pitcher plants and other man-eating plants.

These carnivorous plants either block the way or hold an item and if Cloud and company wanders too close to the centre, it will snap shut, reducing the party’s HP a significant amount – despite it not being a battle screen – before spitting them out. Wandering into a carnivorous plant will never reduce a party member’s HP to 0. In fact, if a character’s HP is already 0, walking into one will raise it to 1HP.

These plants are generally not interested in either insects or frogs, but if Cloud grabs an insect hive and tosses it in, the plant will snap shut, allowing him to pass or access treasures.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 July 11 at 00:00