nitlib | Added on: January 28, 2012
Love it - but when you got to Level 15 - it's all over. NEED MORE - MORE - MORE
Dudette | Added on: January 3, 2012
If you like logic games, this is the one for you! The object of the game is to knock the little caveman over through a series of mousetrap-like sequences. You're given a set of props to add to the scenario to make a stone wheel move through the scene, activating other parts of the mechanisms to finally (sometimes slowwwly!) roll into the caveman. Hilarious! Not only will it work your brain, it will make you laugh out loud! Give this game a try! It's a refreshing change from creepy HOGS and kiddie games.
Or_Ducatisti | Added on: January 4, 2012
There are many games similar to this, and nearly all of them have much better physics models. Here, the "wheel" sometimes acts as if it's filled with helium, and then on the next level like it's made of lead. There's just no rhyme or reason to how the different ramps and levers will react until you try them, so the difficulty isn't in trying to find the clever solution but rather to just try a few different things and hope for the best. The worst part though is actually having to watch the level play out. The wheel moves slower than a marble through molasses on a cold morning. With so many better examples of this kind of puzzle game out on the market, I don't even recommend wasting a few minutes downloading and trying this one out.
ChuBaca | Added on: February 24, 2012
This game can be quite challenging and a hoot all at the same time. In general, you have to simply get the stone wheel rolling down some ramps and other obstacles and knock a little caveman off his feet. Seems simple enough at first but then the game gets a little challenging and fun. I played through the first hour and immediately bought the game. Good game for the family but it does require some thought to solve the puzzles. Good exercise for your brain.
rockhardgirly | Added on: February 6, 2012
What can I say, ten minutes into the demo I bought it. This game is a great giggle. Funny, fun, silly graphics, but levels that become increasingly, sort of, more difficult. The real giggle is when you solve the puzzle, you can check out how the cavemen would have done it. And believe it or not, there seem to be no "wrong" answers if your process worked. You aren't tied into the games idea of a solution. Definitely recommend for a family game; sit with your kids, once they get the gist of the mechanics, they'll be there for hours. Highly recommend.