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Stone Tales is an action platformer featuring the adventures of two brothers on their quest to become the greatest warriors their tribe has ever seen. Embark on an epic quest and fulfill your destiny.

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Stone Tales is an action platformer featuring the adventures of two brothers on their quest to become the greatest warriors their tribe has ever seen. Embark on an epic quest and fulfill your destiny.

Buga is strong and with his shield can protect himself from attacks, while his brother Uga displays his prowess with the spear. Both want to become great warriors of the Ukelele tribe. Discover through prehistoric rock paintings an amazing adventure that will take you across lands, into the minds of the brothers and through history itself.

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Publisher:
Black Shell Media LLC
Developer:
Yellow Worm Studios
Genres:
Adventure, Indie
Source:
Black Shell Media LLC
Released:
Friday, December 11, 2015
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Languages:
English
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Minimum Requirements

WINDOWS:

  • Windows XP,7,8,10 64 bits
  • Processor: DualCore Or equivalent
  • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Compatible with Shader 2.0
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
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A cheap platform that lacks polish with an interesting art style

Stone Tales is a platformer with a minimalist cave painting art style that has you controlling two brothers with different playstyles as they attempt to prove themselves to their tribe. One of the brothers is much larger and has a shield, while the smaller brother throws spears, you are able to charge the attack for a longer throw. The controls might cause some difficulty as you move both brothers at the same time, if they get further apart there is no way to bring them closer together unless you start to run into an object to get the further brother to move next to you. Some portions of the games will have the characters split up. The game has good music but no sound effects for your actions as you play, there is also no options menu to make changes to volume or resolution. The levels might be long but there is no exploration. The game is cheap and lacks polish, the gameplay is nothing that interesting, instead the game makes itself more interesting with the choice of art.

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