The Wolf Among Us

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This game is delivered as a Telltale Games redemption code. Customers will require a free Telltale Games account to play.


From the makers of the 2012 Game of the Year: The Walking Dead comes a gritty, violent and mature thriller based on the award-winning Fables comic books (DC Comics/Vertigo). As Bigby Wolf - THE big bad wolf - you will discover that a brutal, bloody murder is just a taste of things to come in a game series where your every decision can have enormous consequences. An evolution of Telltale's ground-breaking choice and consequence game mechanics will ensure the player learns that even as Bigby Wolf (THE Big Bad Wolf), Sheriff of Fabletown, life in the big bad city is bloody, terrifying and dangerous.

Over a season of content spanning across 5 episodes

Episode 1: Faith

Episode 2: Smoke and Mirrors

Episode 3: A Crooked Mile

Episode 4: In Sheep’s Clothing

Episode 5: Cry Wolf

Key Features

  • From the team that brought you 2012 Game of the Year, The Walking Dead
  • Based on the Eisner Award-winning Fables comic book series
  • Now, it’s not only WHAT you choose to do that will affect your story, but WHEN you choose to do it
  • A mature and gritty take on characters from fairytales, legends and folklore who have escaped into our world
  • A perfect place to begin your Fables journey, even if you’ve not read the comics; this game is set before the events seen in the first issue

Customer reviews


Telltale Games wins again

TonyDiNardo | Sept. 18, 2015 | See all TonyDiNardo's reviews »

Another wonderful game of the Telltale Games, famous for the game "The Walking Dead". This is a story full of mistery and action, composed of 5 episodes where you can find an incredible atmosphere. The graphic in "comics style" is perfect and Bigby a really cool character. There are a lot of plot twists and many interesting enemies like Bloody Mary. Telltale Games wins again! 9,5/10


Not Your Chilhood's Bedtime Story

mikenotcaptain | Sept. 10, 2015 | See all mikenotcaptain's reviews »

Let me first say that this game is not for kids...not at all. This game could make anyone other than a sailor blush by its colorful language.The Wolf Among Us is a raw unapologetic point and click, multiple choice adventure made by TellTale Games. As I have said about TTG is that their strength comes from their ability to tell interactive stories that draw in players into their world. This game does just that and puts you in a city setting where fairytale creatures have fallen on hard times. You play as Bigby Wolf (Big Bad Wolf) who is the sheriff over the fairytale citizens living in the "real" world. Many other well known fairytale characters are present as well and it helps draw the player in with familiarity. With Bigby, the player gets to decide whether you are really big and bad or big and good. One of the best things about this choice based game is that it provides statistics of your choices based on everyone else's. This game is a great story, and a must play for any Telltale fan who doesn't mind mature content.


An Excellent Expansion to Adventure Games

Farenhiet | Aug. 17, 2015 | See all Farenhiet's reviews »

After the emotional turmoil that entailed in TellTale's previous game, they decided to take a new direction with The Wolf Among Us. Mechanically it functions similar to The Walking Dead, exploring small areas, player driven dialogue, and narrative set pieces involving player choice. The big difference lies in this games story. Playing as a detective (and the "sheriff") for a city representing a specific group of people lends for less choices involving close, personal relationships and more choices involving social concern and long term investments. Although there is relationships among the player and supporting characters, the real juice of the story lies in the mystery and the world. The story asks players how they want to treat the world they're supposed to protect and constantly tests their ability to balance the interests of the case and the interests of the community. It's a very different sort of engagement and it makes for a very different game, despite following a similar formula. Graphically, this remains one of TellTales best visual triumphs, with a unique art style that will keep anyone's eyes on the screen. The Wolf Among Us puts the player in a very different position than TellTale's previous works, and will give them another excellent interactive narrative to remember.


Inventive, smart, and well-written

chcoman123 | Aug. 1, 2015 | See all chcoman123's reviews »

Telltale are known for their storytelling in gaming, and having players make serious impact on the actions and story events of the game. I had never played a Telltale game before this one, but now i'm compelled to. This game has also compelled me to read the comic book series it's based off, called "Fables". If you don;t know, the story of Fables involves a whole bunch of fantasy character (Snow White, The Big Bad Wolf, Ichabod Crane, etc.) Who are driven from their homeland when it is taken over by a mysterious adversary. They all move to New York City and have to live with being strangers in a strange land. The story focuses on a character called Bigby Wolf, who is actually the Big Bad Wolf from various fairytales (Little Red Riding Hood and The Three Little Pigs). t's his job, as sheriff of Fabletown (where the Fables live) to keep the peace. And now it's up to him to try and find a murderer who kills a prostitute he saves one night. The story, of course, has many twists and turns and is really good at keeping you on the edge of your seat. Not to mention how well-written the characters are too! Every choice the player makes in the game, the characters would have a different reaction, or some sort of different event would occur. It;'s great and it made me constantly question my actions and wonder what would happen if I did or said something else. Gameplay, there is admittedly, very little. But it works as the game is supposed to be more of an interactive narrative rather than a game. All combat and action sequences are done via various quick time events, which are simple, but fun. It's another way to make sure the player is kept on their toes. Overall, I would highly recommend this game, even if you didn't read the comics, it's still great. I didn't read them, and this game has basically convinced me to do so. It's great and definitely well worth the purchase.


Another Review

sasdragon | July 22, 2015 | See all sasdragon's reviews »

I went into The Wolf Among Us with no real knowledge of it's contents. I'd enjoyed the first season of Tell Tale's The Walking Dead a couple years previous. However I'd already been a fan of the comics and later the TV series for that property. When I decided to buy The Wolf Among Us I had no idea of its contents. I knew nothing of the storyline of the comics it was based off of (which at this point I still don't). I bought the season based solely on the strength of The Walking Dead season one from Tell Tale. I've never gone into something as blind as this and been so pleasantly rewarded for it. The game is fantastic. From a game play stance it's largely point and click or as I explained it to others “ An interactive movie”. The strength of the story and script are enough to get me through the game with multiple playthroughs. However despite the admittedly limited game play style, the few fight scenes and exploring scenes left me salivating for more. Suffice to say this comes very highly recommended from me, a random nobody. And I suggest if you have any respect for story driven games, or expertly crafted tales in general, that you give this game a chance. 9/10