May 27, 2005

SFCaves

Writing about web page http://www.sunflat.net/en/games/sfcave.html

This game combines such ridiculous simplicity with infuriating addictiveness that I'm almost embarrassed to recommend it. There's only one control – mouse click – to master, and a game tends to last no more than thirty seconds or so. But it is weirdly compulsive.

If 2D strikes you as too wilfully retro, there's also a 3D version of the same thing, although despite 3D being on the face of it cleverer, I found I enjoyed the 2D version more. But that's probably just my age.


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  1. Mathew Mannion

    On my first go as well. I've wasted my life…

    27 May 2005, 15:34

  2. Damn you Mannion. You win again.

    27 May 2005, 17:28

  3. from the screen shots it looks just like fly the copter…

    28 May 2005, 02:03


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