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Tanooky Tracks

rated 4.26 / 5 stars
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Adventure - Point 'n Click

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Jul 28, 2012 | 12:32 PM EDT

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Tanooky Tracks is an original point 'n click game with wonderful hand-drawn graphics, catchy music and lots of puzzling goodness!

Tanookys are playful spirits that like to posess things that resemble their unique personalities the most.
Use the hints in your hintbook to find the hiding places of all twelve of them. Every Tanooky has certain features or likings that can be used to lure it out.

Thank you for playing!

If you think the game is "stolen" or not our work:
This game is a technical remake which was made to show what´s possible in Stencyl.
Tanooky Tracks is designed by Michael Benrad aka BenRadish. Do you see the red-haired guy in the BeardShaker logo? That´s him :) He's working together with other guys under the name "BeardShaker Games" now.

We talked to Newgrounds about it and got a Go! for the Stencyl version.
Anyway, thanks to everybody for watching out! :) Have fun playing!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Highly enjoyed this game. For a few reasons:

The riddles are all their own. Each are different from the other. The cursor does not change and give away clickables ^^ The art is wonderful. I kind of feel like I'm playing around inside one of the story books I read when I was little. And last. the short quick story is cute. Obviously, sprites that enter the house do like to wreak havoc and play stupid games with us. Nice job. Thumbs up. Was very relaxing for me. Thank you. ^^

Game is fairly easy if you're good at solving puzzles.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really enjoyable! I think it's a great game.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a really fun game


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

i whish i could use the keybord instead of the hints but then it would be too easy...anyway, the end was not what i thought it would be...


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I'd give you more - the art is beautiful and the puzzles are mostly thought-provoking - but there is a hideous problem that I've had with this game since I played it on Kongregate.

Rachel's puzzle is the most obnoxious bit of pixelbitching I've dealt with in ages. The beautiful artwork is so detailed that the dull brown coins completely vanish against it, and because your cursor is static (that is to say, it doesn't give any hint if it's over a clickable object), you're reduced to hammering on the mouse button if you think you're anywhere near a coin. Given such things as the completely-useless knobs on Grilo's screen (which look vaguely like the coins), this is a massive waste of time and horribly repetitive.

This one puzzle is a huge misstep and does the game a terrible disservice, robbing it of any replay value.

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