Co-op-only narrative adventure game Tick Tock: A Tale for Two announced for Switch, PC, and smartphones

Due out in Q1 2019.

Tick Tock: A Tale for Two

Other Tales Interactive has announced Tick Tock: A Tale for Two, a co-op-only narrative adventure game where players are trapped in a game and must navigate a clock world filled with puzzles to escape. It will launch for Switch, PC, Mac, iOS, and Android in Q1 2019 with support for cross-platform play.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

In Tick Tock: A Tale for Two you and your friend get trapped in a game created by the skillful clockmaker Amalie Ravn. In order to escape you need to navigate a magical clock world filled with secrets and puzzles. The only problem is… neither of you have the full picture. Only when you combine the information on your two screens will you have the means to get closer to the truth and your ultimate escape.

Prepare yourselves for a narrative adventure where your communication skills are put to the test. Read out loud to each other, discuss what you see and what you are told, and remember, time is a fickle thing.

Key Features

  • Solve Puzzles with a Friend – Share and combine information with a friend to solve puzzles. Keep your screen hidden from the other player if you want a more challenging experience.
  • Experience a Story – Uncover the memories of two sisters and piece together the full story.
  • Explore an Eerie World – Enter a world in a hand drawn style where you’ll be able to explore different locations in an eerie village. Visit an old clock shop, investigate rooms with creaky floorboards, and venture down into a dark basement to find answers.
  • Cross-Platform Option – This game can be played cross-platform, you just need two devices. So you can play the game on either two computers or on one computer and one phone.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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