Going solo is not an option! Tackle an increasingly challenging and bizarre world filled with puzzles which will push your cooperation skills to the very limits. Remember you are only as strong as each other and your communication skills are what will help you escape. You need two copies to play the game!
Discover a deep story and atmosphere inspired by Scandinavian fairy tales while entering a hand drawn world. 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 the answers you need to solve the puzzle.
SIMPLE CONTROLS, CHALLENGING PUZZLES
Tick Tock is so easy to pick up that anyone can join the adventure! All you need is a partner who can communicate what they see in order to solve each puzzle and you will be able to escape without any scratches.
This game can be played cross-platform, play on Nintendo Switch, PC, iOS, Android or Mac! It’s up to you how you play: play on two PCs, or get cosy on the couch with your Switch and iPad!
In Tick Tock: A Tale for Two you and your friend find yourself trapped in an eerie world created by the skilful clockmaker Amalie Ravn. Your mission is to escape! But to do so you need to navigate a mysterious, sinister clockwork world filled with secrets and cryptic puzzles. To find the truth and ultimately escape this place, you must combine the information on both players’ screens. Prepare yourselves for a narrative adventure where your communication skills are put to the test. Shout out instructions, discuss what you see, and listen. But remember: time is ticking.
Supported by the Danish Film Institute - The Games Scheme
This was really fun. Took us just over an hour and a half to play though. Some of the puzzles were really clever, making use of the "co-op but not connected to the internet" mechanic. I really liked the, don't know what to call it, basement puzzle with the many buttons with icons on them? We even figured out the trick but it was still hard.
Played on two laptops but it seemed perfectly designed for tablets so I recommend checking it out in your various app stores :)