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Aug 27, 2013 | 4:57 AM EDT

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Alexia Crow is a girl that accidentally falls in a mysterious cave, soon she will realize that she is not alone. a centaur called Quiron, the trainer of heroes like Achilles or Heracles is with her, cause she is in the cave of the heroes, a place where the most important heroes in history receives their training. Quiron will test Alexia by solving very original puzzles and picking up several objects.

The cave of heroes is a first person adventure game, with very great puzzles and a pick and use objects game mechanics. Also it has a 3d view exploration system. Astonishing graphics and art direction and a very solid story line.
Yay! Front paged!!! Many thanks tom!!
Thanks everyone for the good rates and reviews, that makes that i want to continue the game! :)
About the name of the centaur, these myth ancient names has many variations, Chiron is the most popular but not the only one, Quiron is a more latin way to say it, so its a valid name, just watch what appears when you search for quiron in google images



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars 3 weeks ago

Gave up on the triton room, even when the pieces were arranged in the right shape it wouldn't clear the puzzle and it was too frustrating to keep tweaking them since moving them moves the camera too.


Rated 5 / 5 stars May 29, 2014

i like it!! not very easy but also not very hard


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 20, 2014

A great game !
Puzzles are delicious to resolve !!
I like it and I want to play to the others !! Thanks for this game :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars March 17, 2014

good game had a great story line and puzzles a tiny bit delay when u pick up a object but i notice there's a second one so i will check that one out.


Rated 4 / 5 stars March 16, 2014

I only tried this because I'm a stickler for playing games in order; the second one is already out, so I don't know how much of this has been fixed.
The warping backgrounds are interesting, but visually problematic. In the Chronos room, for example, I couldn't even tell whether I was looking at a ceiling, floor, or wall.
The plotline was lacking, but that can be ignored.
The all-mouse control made some things wacky, especially the sliding faces puzzle in the Pegasus room. I had to re-play that a few times just because of misclickswhere arrow keys would have been much preferred.
That said, these puzzles range from typical to quite clever. My personal favorites are the tree-bough hexagon puzzles and the pegasus room's puzzle (the one that requires the keys). I look forward to playing the second episode!

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