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Oct 26, 2009 | 8:58 AM EDT
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In Darkness - The Cage, you start each level in a dark cage with only a paintball-gun with limited ink available to help out. You must use the ink to reveal the walls and items in the cage in order to eventually find the exit. In true puzzle-strategy-platform style, the ink in Darkness - The Cage is limited, and you need to spend it wisely or you'll never escape the Cage....the less ink you use, the higher the score.

MOVE with WASD or ARROW KEYS.
FIRE INK with MOUSE.

Made by LuizZak.
Sponsored by King.com.
Inspired by Ian Dallas' "Unfinished Swan".

Reviews


VoltshockVoltshock

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awesomeness

Great game! Addicting till the end... except for level 16... that one was just evil... plain evil... xD
Loved the gameplay, unique and simple... loved all the levels... although the scrolling levels you could have anounced... or zoomed out...
PS: Sequel plz :D
PSS: woulda been 10/10 if lvl 16 was last... that one was a real challenge way too early on...


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WheatasteSeanWheatasteSean

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Good!

Very original, funky music to!


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perkqueenperkqueen

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice

i think its a neat little game very creative idea..description is a little misleadng though


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IsaacKawasaIsaacKawasa

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Your describtion is off

You're not in a dark cage but a bright white one.. and it's not even a cage, except by metaphore and even then it's weak one. And what's with level 16? Complete crap.
You started the game off real nice and strong but then half way on it just became complete bull crap. It wasn't a challange but a having to bull crap your way to the goal through cheap and idiotic ways or not finish the game at all.



PsychoHazardPsychoHazard

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very nice game except for level 16...

I suppose there's no way to solve it besides jumping and pushing the "door" around? After like 20 failures it's time to call quits. Pity, it's a nice small game and I've really enjoyed the other levels.