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  • Summary: Cavorite is an original and genre-crossing adventure game, appealing to fans of puzzlers and platformers alike.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+ Over 60 Game Center achievements+ Precise, smooth controls+ Retro 16-bit era graphics+ Hauntingly beautiful chiptune soundtrack+ Integrated Twitter and screen captureHe must match wits with the Selenites. He must avoid perils. He must battle monsters. And above all, he must escape the moon! Expand
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  1. Jul 8, 2011
    With over sixty levels spread across three areas (Deep Caverns, Lava Tunnels and Lunar Foundry), and fifty eight ship parts to collect, it should keep all but the most persistent players busy for a while.
  2. Aug 1, 2011
    The well-designed puzzles and ability to float objects, all within a physics-based platforming game, with retro pixel-art and a nod to H.G Wells, is a winning combination.
  3. Jul 19, 2011
    No one thing ruins Cavorite, but its pile of minor faults eventually overshadow its charisma. The levels can be ingenious, and Dr Cavor's quirky animations and great gimmick feel fresh, but the experience soon devolves into attrition rather than a challenge.
  4. Jul 5, 2011
    This platform-puzzler has some decent ideas, but it's not likely to be anyone's Cavorite iOS brain-tickler.
  5. Jul 12, 2011
    Cavorite will test your patience far more rigorously than it will test your wits or platforming skills.