A playable demo of Caveman Craig 2, featuring the tutorial and first conquest level!
Relive the days when dinosaurs roamed the earth and rocks settled disputes between neighbours!
Caveman Craig 2 is a unique strategy/management game featuring Craig, a tribal leader. It's your goal to lead Craig as he builds his clan in an attempt to rule over the four tribes of “Boggdrop”. Set in a prehistoric world, you decide the fate of man as you hunt, gather and prepare your way to victory. Teach your three types of cavemen new skills and watch as they contribute to the survival of your people. Gather your brave warriors to fend off a dino-frenzy, or use special skills to outsmart the rival tribes. It's your call in this humorous caveman classic!
On the 20th of April, 2008, we released Caveman Craig on YoYo Games as an entry into their "ancient civilisations" game design competition. This week marks the 5th anniversary since the original release, and we want to celebrate with a few exciting announcements!
We are reducing the prize of Caveman Craig 2 on Desura to $6.99. That's 30% off! Grab it today!
Get from Desura (PC)
The special edition of Caveman Craig 1 is now FREE to download from cavemancraig.com.
Direct download link is here (virus-free, no installation just extract, for PC).
We will be releasing the FREE "Battle at DuDu Forest" DLC for Caveman Craig 2 on the 12th of May, 2013, for all existing and new purchasers of Caveman Craig 2. The DLC is a brand new conquest level set in a dense and lively forest, featuring.
We have listened to all your feedback and will be putting all of this in consideration for the DLC. To that end, The Battle at Dudu Forest will also provide some tweaks and updates to the main game, including..
Looking back on the past 5 years, it's been interesting to see how our ideas have developed. So we put together a bunch of old concept art, sketches, videos, and even documents with notes on the development of Caveman Craig 2 (and some for Caveman Craig 1!), free for you to explore.
Highest Rated (2 agree) 8/10
A surprisingly deep game with an excellent soundtrack. I'm glad I tried the demo.
My only complaints would be the rather modest resolution it's locked at and the 'hammering the spacebar' to fight or shake off tiny dinos feature. I haven't pressed buttons so hard and fast since the Track & Field arcade game back in the 80s. I didn't like it then, either!
Mar 6 2012, 7:48pm by Strand