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A little girl was sleeping peacefully with her Teddy bear, when suddenly, a monster popped out from her cupboard then stole her favorite plush.
When closing the door, the little girl awoke then got inside the cupboard. She's projected in a magical world, full of monsters and oddities where she has to discover the place and help their beings and find back her Teddy.
Still one question remain: will she be able to go back to the real world?
The little girl: She's the main character, she's looking for her Teddy bear.
Mister Fly: Very useful fly to access some items where the little girl can't go. Very courteous.
Mister Cat: Has a bad temper, nevertheless useful to access small places and narrow galleries. Just need to scratch its back.
In a very traditional point'n'click way, the inventory is very easy to use. Just drag'n'drop the items where you want.
You can also click everywhere on the screen to interact with the environment.
You will meet two characters who'll help you in your periple.
You can save the game anytime, if you get killed, you'll go back to the same place, no need to load your game.
No dialogue. Riddles are the main point of the game.
Finding Teddy is:
The revival of Point'n-Click.
Graphics completely handmade, realized pixel by pixel.
An adventure divided into three chapters including dozens of riddles with multiple side quests.
Point-and-click adventure done in the old waymahon | Feb. 12, 2014 | See all mahon's reviews »
Finding Teddy is a cute point-and-click adventure game, which looks like an obvious nod to the games of late 8-bit or early 16-bit period. With uncomplicated and reasonable gameplay, clear and intuitive interface and controls and sweet and likeable characters, it's a good choice for either adventure gamers or nostalgic gamers. Or preferably those who belong to both groups. Additional thing which will surely earn their appreciation is the visual side of the game, featuring pixel art visuals, which will surely please any gamer who remembers the point-and-click games of old. Don't be mislead by the childish characters or title - the game is completely satisfactory for an older player as well, and the quests and puzzles included will probably suit their tastes better than they would please a kid.