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rated 4.06 / 5 stars
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Action - Platformer - Puzzle

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Mar 27, 2014 | 9:41 PM EDT

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A challenging game where you use your web to make your way through a cave where monsters (such as yourself) live. Your goal is for you and your friend to escape the upcoming war between the families. Time is short, but why not dig up some hidden treasures along the way?

Note: The game is very computer intensive and will likely run slow on some computers

A walkthrough can be found here:

Press "P" to pause game
Press "M" to mute
Hold "H" for help



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

awesome. loved it


Rated 4 / 5 stars

A nice game with good ideas, the vast majority of reviews already detailed the good parts about it, but it is not perfect and does contain frustrating stuff :
- sometimes you get tricked to go to certain areas / use some elements, and you later find out that they are just decorations.
- when you stand too close to a wall you can get a jumping bug (smaller jumps), none of the ass kissers seemed to have noticed this VERY recurring bug, what a surprise.
- the physic could have been made more rewarding, there is a game called "Double Wire" that's pretty much the same thing, the difference being that it allows you to gain back momentum while attached to a rope. In this game if you don't chain ropes on the first try, you are bound to fall 99% of times because you will very quickly stabilize to an inescapable worthless position.
- that's "a choice", but some puzzles are fucked up, it feels like you are trying to understand how the flawed physic engine will work rather than how to solve the puzzle (the room with 3 gates for example, you can't attach a rope to a gate because the physic is unfinished, but you have to do some momentum trick which only works 1 time out of 5 ? That is not fun, you could have made it slightly easier to execute).

I still enjoyed the game.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game, the web mechanic was perfect. The pitch black area was my favourite. Very tense.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty fun, awesome art style. I like if, unfortunately didn't have alot of time to play it through


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I just cant believe the poor ass scores this game has been receiving. not even a medal? seriously? sigh!