Caveman Games is an NES Olympic-style computer game where cavemen participate in athletic events. The events are basically the same as their modern counterparts, except that prehistoric hazards are used as a system of checks and balances in order to prevent the player from becoming overly confident in his ability to play track and field-type video games. This game was originally offered for computers, during the time of the Commodore 64, under the name Caveman Ug-lympics.
G-mode currently owns the intellectual rights to Caveman Games and licenses these games globally.
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