Caverns of Hope is celebrating Ecco's 25th anniversary!
Through the years and decades, Ecco the Dolphin has thrived in many different ways. During the early days, Ecco could shine with the amazing games that got praised by gamers and press alike. Ecco has inspired many gamers with his beautiful ocean scenery and speedy challenging gameplay.
The last entry in the series, Defender of the Future, was born into a time when the Internet began to pick up real speed. It was also at this time when the Caverns of Hope were born. The Ecco community went full speed early on, with countless entries of Artwork, music remixes, fanfiction and many more.
With the evolution of the Internet, also Ecco the Dolphin continued to spread further. Continuous re-releases of the game on various gaming platforms surely helped keeping word about him alive. Ecco is still often being featured on social media, while press and gamers still have their eyes on potential news about the dolphin.
And while we haven't received news about a new entry yet, we are still hopeful that it will emerge one day, preferably by Ed Annunziata, the designer of the original games on the Mega Drive and Genesis.
Until then, we will continue our research about Ecco the Dolphin and the Ecco community. To celebrate this time, we've put together a minor selection of some of the things people have contributed to Ecco's history. This is by far not everything, but it will give you a glimpse at the awesome things Ecco fans are bringing to live!
To celebrate with us, use the Twitter-Hashtag #Ecco25th. Read further about this at the bottom of this page!
Around the Web
Ecco Game Related Things
Fan Games and Games for Fans
Celebrations on Twitter
Celebrate with us using the hashtag #Ecco25th! Post your fondest memories or your most creative work of Ecco the Dolphin. We can't wait to see them! The best ones may even end up in the categories above! :) If you think something fundamental is missing on the page, also mention us (@cavernsofhope) and we'll sort it out while being deeply sorry.
Looking forward to your tweets!