When darkness covers the kingdom, an unlikely hero will evolve and devolve to save the day in this epic 2D side-scrolling adventure.

2015 is panning out to be a pretty big year for indie titles, and at the top of that list is the highly anticipated Adventures of Pip from TicToc games.
TicToc managed to successfully have the game’s development funded through Kickstarter, smashing it’s funding goals by a cool 25k (2,578 backers).

The game is due for release in May 2015 for Steam [PC/Mac]  Xbox Live and PSN.
I don’t know about you, but i’m pretty damn excited for this game, even though I have not been a big fan of TicToc’s previous games (mostly freemium mobile titles).
But It looks like they have sorted out their direction, because this game looks amazing.


The game plays as a 2D Action Platformer where you play as Pip,  a single pixel character in a world of 32-bit graphics. Along his adventure Pip learns a magical ability allowing him to harness ‘bitstream’, which allows him to absorb his enemies pixels and upgrade his own pixel count.

In early game-play footage and screenshots the game looks absolutely visually stunning, with a robust control system which allows the players to wall jump and perform aerial attacks.


The game has been a hot topic and hugely anticipated within the community, with several lengthy threads popping up to discuss the game and it’s release timeline.

A demo of the game was showcased recently at the PAX  gaming convention, allowing media outlets to get some first impressions down.
That demo can be downloaded here.

The game has been GreenLit on Steam with a pre-release alpha due for release on March 6th 2015.



Will Adventures of Pip live up to the Hype?