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Welcome to the wonderful world of TuneToons...
Here you can create wonderful and funny characters ranging from caricatures to cartoons of every style and genre.
You have hundreds of thousands of possible combinations so you can be sure no 2 characters wil ever be the same.
You can play the DEMO version or the FULL version.
The demo version has limited number of parts and you can't export your finished character to your hard disk, however you are allowed to make any number of characters you may with it.
Eh seemed okay
Not a fan of constructors personally, but it seemed okay if you're into that
Some design issues/bugs
Facial hair overlaps all mouths in the same way. While I understand why that is, it doesn't help the fact that some beards don't match up with mouths at all, causing odd overlap and make for a poor "toon". You offer women's bodies, and yet most of the heads look like funky, cleft-chin men's heads, or, at best, wrinkly old grandma's. The default hair color is blue... couldn't figure that one out... and yes, I understand that you can change it. Also, the body menu seemed to do some funky things when accessed. The first time I accessed I saw some tomb-raider type body, and a uy being half-eaten by a shark. Second time I accessed those were "almost" gone. I say almost because the shark-guy's body icon could be seen just to the left of the menu as it drifted in once the button was pressed. Only for a second, but if I clicked fast enough when I saw it, I could select it. I also couldn't figure out how to get back to the face-editor once I entered the body menu. There seemed to be no way to go back. The way the menus popped in (while somewhat stylish) was also annoying, because you had to wait for the things to stop bouncing back and forth before you were allowed to select anything.
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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