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Cavern of Dreams
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This game oozes charisma, everything about it is so alive and eager to please. My fave of the big three N64 throwbacks of 2023. My only problem with this game is that there isn't more of it.

Really cute and appealing! Funny how 2023 had a great trio of dream-themed N64 throwback games. Corn Kidz 64 focused on making one really big, detailed level and Pseudoregalia focused on its movement tech, leaving the game world to be a little sparse and spread out. Cavern of Dreams fits nicely between those two games, having a wide variety of smaller interconnected levels to explore. When I screen-shared this game with friends, they would often compliment the game's authentic feel and I think the variety in the locations you visit contributes to that the most.

Something I really enjoyed about Cavern is how it understands the appeal of exploring the furthest corners of the map in early 3D games. You can climb all over the scenery in this game and there's often cute easter eggs tucked away in the "out of bounds" zones. The momentum-based movement helps fuel the desire to explore since running around and gliding is just inherently fun.

I also really, really appreciated the design for Sage in this game. I remember reading a review of this game that said "The N64 did things to people's brains, man" and that character design really exemplifies that idea for me. A bunch of floating star and moon shapes, a witch's hat, and floating gloved hands with constantly wiggling fingers. That's peak early 3D character design.

Game is good. I recommend playing it alongside Corn Kidz and Pseudoregalia, they make for a nice thematically-linked bundle.

Really charming and fun little game, blends the look of older Armored Core with the gameplay of Earth Defense Force. Build your robot and shoot hundreds of space-bugs! Has that "minimum budget, maximum fun" quality that really reminds me of Comiket games. This thing comes at you with low-res visuals, a Kevin MacLeod soundtrack, a Saturday Morning Anime tone, and a sincere desire to show you a good time. Top-shelf Having Fun on the Computer.