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About the Game
Professor Spelunx and Mr. Seudo are studying Planet X, a place full of mystery and adventure. There's a surprise around every turn, a huge world to explore and dozens of mini-games to enjoy. Spelunx and the Caves of Mr. Seudo is an educational title for elementary and middle school kids, but the learning is so cleverly hidden in the enchanting gameplay that even adults will find something to enjoy in this early gem from the creators of Myst.
Spelunx is an educational game cleverly disguised as an exploration in a cave. The cave contains many toys, games, and activities that are fun to play with but also happen to teach principles of math, biology, physics, etc.
- OS: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 (unofficially supported)
- Processor: Pentium +
- Memory: 256MB RAM
- Hard Disk Space: 100MB available Hard Drive space
- Video: DirectX 9.0c compatible or better
- Sound: DirectX 9.0 compatible
- DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c or greater
Spelunx and the Caves of Mr. Seudo is a trademark of Broderbund Software, Inc. Copyright 1992 by Broderbund Software, Inc. and Cyan. All rights reserved.
4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
1,116 products in account
1.1 hrs on record
Spelunx is a short exploration type game that has quite a few innovative user changable features for an early 1990s game. Other than those few features, there wasn't a whole lot to it. It works nicely as an "extra" in the bundle.
2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
783 products in account
0.4 hrs on record
Again, like with the other bonus games in the bundle, we are left with a non-standard point-and-click adventure that is especially perfect for children. This one is actually better for slightly older kids, as it has far more purely educational content to it than the other two while still having the sense of fun that comes with being able to click everything to see what it does. For instance, you can learn the basics about the planets and see what they look like (in the pixelated way you'd expect of a game this old), drop rocks into a hole to learn how quickly it falls to various depths and how long it takes the sound to return to you, and even see how soon thunder follows a lightning strike at a certain distance away, among other things. This is a game you could actually feel fairly okay with letting the kids spend a good amount of time on. At the same time, the sense of adventure that is present when hunting down new things and seeing what it all does is kept intact as well. Overall, this game once again makes the bundle worth it, serving as an excellent little bonus, and I'll definitely keep it on hand for the next time I have kids around to entertain.
77 products in account
0.6 hrs on record
It's a nice bonus with the Cyan Worlds pack and it certainly has a brilliant moment or two. But it is much simpler and less weird than Cosmic Osmo or The Manhole. Took me about half an hour to see what I think is all of it. Someone actually interested in playing with its simple toys (ie. a little kid) probably could get hours out of it. Also worth noting is that unlike Osmo and Manhole, this one will actually fill up your whole screen.
5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
446 products in account
0.2 hrs on record
I really don't know what to make of this game. It's so obscurely, anciently interesting. Probably won't last you long, but there's a lot to explore and interact with in the short time you'll be playing. There's something about it that I can't put my finger on, which is probably just a Cyan Worlds thing, but it has a quirkiness to it that just enthralls me.