The Darkest Tales
The Darkest Tales is a dark fantasy platformer, offering a macabre take on fairy tales as you tackle difficult life questions and the forces of evil.
When a nightmare creeps into reality, the only ones that can help are those whose magical powers we’ve believed in since childhood. A brave teddy bear heads to the far side of “happily ever after” to rescue his owner, Alicia.
► The End?: Meet up with iconic childhood heroes twisted into unfamiliar forms as a result of their own ‘Happily Never After.’
► Teddy Scissorpaws: Take the tailor’s tools to fight and grapple your way out of any sticky situation. Utilize scissors as weapons and needles as javelins and grappling hooks.
► Once Upon a Time: Navigate recognizable fairy tale environments packed with tricky obstacles, intense combat, and discoverable secrets.
► Hone Your Skills: As you gain experience, choose a variety of skills from a branching skill tree that lets you fine tune how you want to battle the darkness.
► Hollow Knights Style: Expect challenging combat in this action platformer with unique challenges and boss fights.
► Voice Actors include internet critic YongYea as the voice of the protagonist, Teddy.
Microtransactions: No. This is a stand-alone retail title.
- Status: Released
- Release Date: Oct 13, 2022
- Business Model: Retail
- Developer: Trinity Team
- Publisher: 101XP
- Category: Stand-alone
- Genre(s): 2D, 3D, Adventure, Fantasy
- Platforms: PC, Steam, EPIC, Xbox One, Switch, Xbox Series X
- Recommended System Requirements:
- OS: Windows 10
- CPU: Intel Core i5+
- RAM: 8 GB
- GPU: Nvidia GTX 960+
- HDD: 11 GB
- Description: The Darkest Tales is a dark fantasy platformer, offering a macabre take on fairy tales as you tackle difficult life questions and the forces of evil.
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