Tanooky Tracks

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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!


I had the to get hints to find some things...

can someone please tell me where the theme music is from, or rather the name of the song, because i've been busting my ass for a while now and can't pinpoint it, although i'm quite sure it was in some game i played on ps1 or maybe my mind is just messing with me, anyway the game itself is great, i haven't played the original so i can't tell what the difference is but i can imagine it was as good as this

BeardshakerGames responds:

In the Startmenu and the credits you can find the information :]
The Song is "Scheming Weasel" by Kevin Macleod: incompetech.com

Nice art work and a great game to waste your time with. I played this with my little brother and sister and yeah, they liked it. Well I don't mind if this game was a remake what matters the most was the whole game play. I liked how the tanookys show up when I made the right turn, haha but I can't find Gildos.

For me, Fustrating, a bit pointless, but still a good time waster. After I collected 5 things, there was nothing else to see. It's just like a regular, or pointless point and click. I mean, who cares if Tanooky people are hiding in your house? They dont harm you, right?

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As a game it continues to be fairly good. As a tech demo, it's somewhat worrying, since the file size is over five times the original

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4.26 / 5.00

Jul 28, 2012
12:32 PM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click