Ikachan – Cave Story-like underwater exploration game

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Ikachan is a Cave Story-like, doujin-type underwater cave exploration tiny game written in C++ by Daisuke Amaya (also the developer of Cave Story) of Studio Pixel from Japan, first released in 2000.

As an early work using the same game engine of Cave Story series, they inextricably connected with each other. Even if referring them as a companion piece of works is not too much. The protagonist in Ikachan is a tiny squid – its basic action is not jump but swim. Here, your task is to rescue other sea creatures trapped in the underwater caves. Although the whole game process is very short, still very interesting. In short, if you like Cave Story, then this Ikachan is also worth-trying.

AppNee provides Cave Story fan players with the Ikachan portable full versions for Windows in multiple versions and languages (including the translated ones).

// Fan Made Demo Video //

// Download URLs //

Language Download Size
v1.4.2
EN 121 KB
DU 122 KB
v1.5.2
JP 128 KB
CN 127 KB
Others

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