Colorful retro graphics meet a hilarious modern narrative in this charming and challenging point-and-click adventure! Neighborhood troublemaker Tick wants nothing more than to be a hero and earn the love of the girl of his dreams, Georgia McGorgeousRead full description
Colorful retro graphics meet a hilarious modern narrative in this charming and challenging point-and-click adventure! Neighborhood troublemaker Tick wants nothing more than to be a hero and earn the love of the girl of his dreams, Georgia McGorgeous. The only way is to pass the tests of Strength, Courage, and Wisdom to prove his worth and draw the legendary Sword of Blergh from the stone! But before Tick can win her heart, he will also have to save Georgia and his entire town from the clutches of the evil goblin Bloodclot!
Tick's Tales is a quirky point and click adventure game. Tone and humor is similar to Adventure Time, as you wander through the world encountering wacky characters and solving bizarre puzzles. The developer is clearly a fan of snarky references, bad puns, and dad jokes, which fits perfectly well with the nature of the game itself. Fairly priced, hilariously written, and well worth your time.
Ignoring the Telltale style most modern point-and-clicks employ, Ticks Tales is a linear and humorous venture through Ticks world. Describing it as a comedic version of these games could put a bad taste into your mouth, though. This is more a Shaun of the Dead than a Scary Movie version of point-and-clicks. Its redundant to say if you dont like a genre you shouldnt play it, but Ticks Tales will not be converting anyone to becoming fans of point-and-clicks. The game is longer than youd expect, especially with so few set pieces, but the price point is just right. Ticks Tales fits right in with the classics some of us know and love, and the light hearted nature of the title makes it worth trying.
Tick's Tales is a point and click adventure game, created by a one man team, done in the style of classic 80s and early 90s adventure games. The story is rather cliche for the genre, you take the role of a weak and not particularly intelligent troublemaker who is attempting to become a knight and gain the affections of his love interest. There are a few moments of self referential humor but done in the way of other games from the time, not enough to make it a parody. There are not many areas in the game but it manages to use the ones it has well and it ends up being longer than you would expect for the price and the team size. The game isn't that difficult and you sometimes get a little help when it comes to finding the items you need to click on. If you want to play a game similar in style to older point and click games, perhaps made a little more player friendly, this will be a good buy for the low price. Nothing great but an enjoyable game.
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