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Point and Clicks 2014

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A collection of all the point and click adventure games that I played in 2014! :D

www.youtube.com/pointandclicks

* I made a list of all the games in this post: http://tinystuffz.newgrounds.com/news/post/916714

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Haha these are cute

Ha I must sy these are kind of cute, simple nice solid colors and interesting, while not a lot of detail here they are still amusing and entertaining. I can see them being used for a number of stuff, but anyways nice work here, I like what you have done here.

~X~

TinyStuffz responds:

Thank you! ^.^

I looked at the thumbnail and noticed that it was just Sam and Max. I immediately thought to myself that the picture must be more than that. I'm so glad it was! I always thought Sam and Max were video game characters. Technically, they're comic book characters. I don't recognize most of these guys.

Point and click games were just never my thing. It was nice to see Rheemus though. Did I get that right? There's certainly an interesting variety of characters here. It's nice to know you played so many games.

Oh nice, Bigby and Gretel (and Hansel) are there :>

I love the art hidden in pixel art <3 especially when they are lovable characters :)

FORGOT CLEMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

TinyStuffz responds:

I didn't forget her! ^_^ I haven't played the Walking Dead Series yet but we plan on playing it soon! :)

Great stuff! Also thanks! I just realised I need to play Beneath a Steel Sky again...
Foster: Say hello Joey.
Joey: Hello Joey,

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