Cave is a Japanese video game company, known primarily for its Bullet Hell Scrolling Shooters. Cave remains one of the most active makers of arcade shoot-'em-ups in the Japanese market. The company was formed primarily from the remains of Toaplan, and several of their early games are considered to be spiritual successors to prior Toaplan works, in particular Truxton and Batsugun. Cave currently produces new titles for the arcade and cell phones, as well as online games for PC.
They are also known for an English warning screen after turning on the games DonPachi and Puzzle! Uo Poko stating "Violator and subject to severe penalties and will be prosecuted to the full extent of the jam".
Cave Games (order by date game was released)Edit
- ESP Galuda: Released in 2003 for Arcade, PS2
- Mushihimesama: Released in 2004 for Arcade, PS2
- Akai Katana: Released in 2010 for Arcade, 2011/2012 for XBox 360