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tiny & Tall: Gleipnir

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tiny & Tall: Gleipnir, Part One is a classic yet modern point'n'click adventure, inspired by LucasArt's legendary titles.

Two barely competent and charmingly inept blacksmiths find themselves contractually bound to the Norse gods and have to explore a lovingly handcrafted world in a quest for unusual and magical objects. But while they look for these ingredients, the sinister gaze of Loki, the Trickster god, casts an evil shadow on their path...

Solve (not so) convoluted puzzles, talk to excentric characters and discover an epic Norse legend!



  • Old-school gameplay with a modern realization
  • A pair of adorable characters, one slightly less so than the other
  • Lots of jokes, almost none directed against the fourth wall
  • More than 50 handpainted (on a computer) levels
  • A unique soundtrack
  • Scared of opaque point'n'clicks? This one's got an entirely optional clue system
  • It is pixel art – 1920*1080 of 'em
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Developer
t&T Studios
Publisher
Plug In Digital, t&T Studios
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP+
  • Processor: Duo Core 1.8Ghz+
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: video card with at least 512MB Shared VRAM & openGL 2.0 support
  • Storage: 1500 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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tiny & Tall: Gleipnir reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
I suck at point & click. Not patient to find where to click. It's static, not dynamic. Boring. The only p&c I finished was the dig with a walkthrough on the knees. Well, already Gleipnir has a help to tell me what is clickable (SPACEBAR), then the characters move interspersed with dynamic sequences. Until then necessarily it's nice for the idiot that I am. Then when I'm lost, I can ask for clues to one of the characters and if I insist, I even have a walkthrough from a bitter speech, pretending to be the fool I am. The story is top, the dialogues are sublime, the humor ultra present and really funny, the music is friendly. Frankly, I don't regret anything and may be trying to tempt Monkey Island now that I have regained confidence in me thanks to tiny & tall.
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Microsoft from French
"Tiny and tall: Gleipnir" is a very classic point and click based on Northern legends and gods. The Wolf Fenrir, son of Loki, devours, as and when, all the people living in the territory; the God Thor then proposes to a blacksmith (tall) and his assistant (tiny) to make a link (a leash) that will attach the Wolf in order to neutralize his negative inclinations. Of course, as you can imagine, you have to acquire the necessary ingredients to make this necklace, and our characters are looking for them. It's especially tiny who does the bulk of the work against tall, eternal rattle, who tries, at the very least, to not do much of it, where unpayable humor features. If the puzzles are quite easy on the whole, they often lead to Frank games of laughter. To clarify that this is the first part of the game, and the player must assemble only two ingredients: the bear tendons and the beard of a woman, see the genre. Hence a second part!!! The game is in French but no vocalisation, so you have to read! I recommend this game because I spent pleasant moments with tiny and tall, even if the graphics can put off some players, and look forward to the sequel and end?
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It's been a while since I waited for this game, announced on Twitter by its creator and I finished a milking, 5h of game for the first part, and I have not lost a crumb!!! Fabulous scenery, a light that puts a perfect atmosphere, absolutely nothing to complain about the quality of the drawings or animations of personages, very complete also, we would almost hear them speak! The humor of the game is to be close to that of the comic, despite the unique universe in which it evolves, but we find this fine touch of sarcasm well dosed!!! The gameplay when it is rather simple, a mouse is enough, point & click Basic in its operation, we understand quickly and well the interface, but we will sometimes regret some difficult access to the mouse or even path finding a little too restraints, as in the throne room towards the end... And most importantly, the most important point: the SOUND DESIGN is almost to wonder how one can make such a Taff alone, the music to start: beautiful, logical, deep, various... just wow! And for the atmospheres and effects, we have everything... every!!! In short, tiny & tall is fun for all fans of Mythology, heroic fantasy, fine humor, etc... And that's cool!!!
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