Tick Tock: A Tale For Two is coming to Nintendo Switch

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From 5th December, players can escape an eerie clockwork world in Tick Tock: A Tale for Two on their Nintendo Switch. Solve puzzles together either on a Nintendo Switch each or play cross-platform with a PC, Mac or mobile.

See for yourself in the brand-new Tick Tock trailer:

Winner of best Cooperative Design Award at Indie Cade 2019 and Google Play’s 2019 Most Inventive App Award, Tick Tock is a pure co-op experience that requires voice communication to overcome each puzzle.

You and your friend are each trapped in a different clockwork world. You must solve increasingly complex puzzles to escape, but neither of you can see the full picture. The only way to escape this mechanical maze is to work together, using voice chat (or good old face-to-face conversation) to guide each other to the exit.

You can enjoy cross-platform play for Tick Tock: A Tale for Two between Nintendo Switch, PC, Mac and mobile devices. Play on two devices, local or remotely – all you need is a friend.

Nintendo Switch Tick Tock: A Tale for Two gameplay

Mira Dorthé, co-founder of Other Tales Interactive commented:

We can’t wait to see players solve puzzles together on the bus or in the forest! We remember when the Nintendo Switch first released and we got so excited because we felt that it would be the perfect platform for Tick Tock: A Tale for Two. Bring the game everywhere? Check. Solve puzzles using touch or controllers? Check. It’s a childhood dream come true.

About Other Tales Interactive

Other Tales Interactive is a Danish/Swedish independent game studio that makes experimental story-driven games. The studio consists of writer, programmer, artist and designer duo Tanja Lind Tankred and Mira Dorthé and is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. For more information visit www.othertalesinteractive.com.

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