Be a Supporter!

Credits & Info

Mar 27, 2014 | 9:41 PM EDT

If you liked this, check these out!

Plenty more like this here!

Author Comments

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 5 / 5 stars

I can't understand why this game has (for now, at least) such an average score...

In my opinion the graphic is absolutely beautiful, rich of small details and a loveable character design, I felt in love with those two little insect-buddies!

Music is very relaxing, and fits very well with the rhythm of the game; sound effects were fine as well!

The gameplay was something new to me and I'll be honest: I've got frustrated two, maybe three times due to the difficulty I had handling the game phisics while using the web; still, the checkpoints are not too far one from the other and you went so creative with this original mechanic (I loved the button puzzles and the dark section), that I just had to keep playing, no matter how irritating some spots were.

Overall, I think this game is incredibly well done, pretty original and creative, yet has some quite difficult spots which may lead to frutration.
Still, WAY more than 3 stars if you ask me.

I really hope you're gonna make a sequel, I really want to know what's going to happen to those two cute things!

People find this review helpful!


Rated 1 / 5 stars

You have a great premise hear, but the playability with the controls and the string are awful.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

This game had everything to be awesome : great mechanics, maniability, atmosphere... Then I lost all my progression because of a weird glitch : I reached the room after the one where a rock is rolling behind you, and I wanted to play with a frog in there, but it escaped. So I went in the next room to come back and making the frog respawn, but the next room triggered a dialog sequence (i think). I was holding the right button, so I could come back in the previous room DURING the dialog sequence and it teleported me in the wall of the first room of the game, and saved here...


Rated 1 / 5 stars

The atmosphere, music, and art are phenomenal. The basic platforming gameplay is formulaic while the games rope mechanic is dysfunctional bordering on unplayable. The largest problem with the rope is that its length is to short, and its speed is far to slow making the sections involving moving along cliff tops a nightmare of frustration.

The second major issue with the rope is how you control its direction while swinging with it. You use the arrow keys to direct where you need to go during a jump, but you also use it to aim where the web goes, and because there is no margin of error do to how slow, and short the web is. Trying to use it in the half a second interval transitions from surface to surface in mid air with the rope going the wrong direction compounds the already frustrating nature of needing to have pinpoint accuracy with the rope do to its speed, and length issues.

Finally there seems to be a bug where the rope won't stick to surfaces some times on top of the of the aforementioned problems.

If you fix the issues with the rope I can see this game being very high quality, and achieving countless awards. One other thing, and this is just totally my opinion, but I would love to see some more spider abilities with the spiderling. The ability to make rope bridges, tie up enemies, and maybe a poison bite that can stun hostile mobs just a few ideas. Anyway good luck, and thanks for the experience you worked hard on it, but it still needs a bit of work.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent mechanic and visual, good job :)