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What Remains of Edith Finch [Computer, PS4, XBONE] – Molly / Swallow, Rabbit, Seal, Sailors

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Media: video game: “What Remains of Edith Finch”
Developer: Giant Sparrow
Platform: Computer, PS4, XBONE

Description: 

During Molly’s sequence, she has a dream, or hallucination, in which she becomes a cat, jumping out of her window to chase a wood swallow. The player controls in her perspective, jumping on branches in order to catch her. Once caught, she will turn into an owl and swoop to catch two rabbits. She abruptly turns into a shark while swallowing the second rabbit, and tumbles down into the ocean where she will eat a seal. She then turns into a tentacled monster and pulls three sailors from a boat into her. Throughout she will describe what she is feeling and how her prey tastes.
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Caveman Ugh-lympics [C64] – Sabre-tooth Tiger / Caveman

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Media: video game: “Caveman Ugh-lympics”
Developer: Dynamix
Platform: C64

Description:

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. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2011 July 25 at 00:00

Caveman Games [NES] – Sabre-tooth Tiger / Caveman

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Media: video game: “Caveman Games”
Developer: Data East
Platform: NES

Description:

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. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2011 July 25 at 00:00