When you think caveman, you think dinosaurs. Typically, this is not necessarily a correct theory as the two entities were in different time periods. Who cares? There Was a Caveman puts players in the shoes (actually lack there of) of the last caveman.
He thinks it’s time to procreate (children avert your eyes), and sets out to find a cavewoman to survive his lineage. However, there are dinosaurs about which might complicate things a bit. In this classic style 2D platformer, players will hop, smash, and run their way through prehistoric levels in an attempt to just flat out survive. Developer Nauris Amatnieks believes a good platformer can stand out when its gameplay speaks for itself. So what you see is what you get, a straight, to-the-point platformer that’s simply fun in its own right and the rest is just for decoration.
The game looks great, plays great, and offers attack, double jump, and dash techniques to traverse this treacherous cavescape! There’s a demo available on the indieDB page, and the developer is currently running an Indiegogo campaign to fund this project. In addition, should players feel compelled to do so, there’s also a Steam Greenlight page to vote in the game right now! This is a simple platformer that can evolve (ha) with everyone’s support – now is a great time to get that demo and get involved with the development of this title!
Check out the IndieGoGo Campaign HERE
Vote for There Was a Caveman on Greenlight HERE
Download the Alpha Demo HERE