By Cascadia Games LLC
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Cavorite is an original and genre-crossing adventure game, appealing to fans of puzzlers and platformers alike.
"One of the 10 Best Platformers on iPhone! A wicked smart, 16-bit puzzler."
"A fun, jumpy puzzler."
"This platform-puzzle combo game is loads of fun."
"If you're itching for a neat little platformer then look no further!"
Dr. Cavor is trapped inside the moon! Held captive by the mysterious Selenites, Dr. Cavor endeavors to escape to the surface and from there to Earth! But first he must match wits with the dwellers of the lunar underworld, whose catacombs are complex and deadly! Dr. Cavor has but two tools at his disposal: his unique genius and his prize invention, the anti-gravity spray 'Cavorite'.
+ 63 mind-bending levels
+ 3 unique worlds and boss battles
+ Retro 16-bit era graphics
+ Authentic chiptune soundtrack
He must match wits with the Selenites. He must avoid perils. He must battle monsters. And above all, he must escape the moon!
Developer's Note: Version 1.0.3 will be available soon. It will improve resolution support and resolve the freeze-on-load error. This error affects less than 0.1% of all downloaders, but we want this app working perfectly for everyone. Thank you for your business!
What's New in Version 1.1
+ New HUD!
+ Full screen / windowed toggle option!
+ Crate collision improvement!
Not worth $3
I got excited whenever I saw the "retro 16-bit ear style graphics", thinking it would be similar to a retro video game (or even Cave Story), but with a new challenging puzzler inside. I was disappointed.
The "Hauntingly beautiful chiptune soundtrack" is a huge overstatement, all Super Nintendo games beat the soundtrack. The sound effects aren't up to my standards, they are actually quite annoying. The text style isn't fitting either. The design is off-putting to me.
"Precise smooth controls", not at all. The puzzles are easy to figure out, but controlling the little guy to go do it is hard. Using the keyboard I was getting frustrated because the controls wouldn't react correctly. The crate would fly off in an odd way that I know was out of my control.
Pushing the crates around to make things lift up so you can collect items to fix your spaceship is just, eh as well. There's no good goal. All-and-all I wish I didn't spend $3 on this and defintiely will not think about purchasing the 2nd version of this. Wouldn't recommend this to anybody.