A Tiny Sticker Tale Preview (Steam Demo)

A Tiny Sticker Tale Preview

For this A Tiny Sticker Tale Preview, where we meet Flynn the donkey, an apprentice magician who went to Figori island to find their father. There, they will find a magic Sticker Album which gives them the power to turn stuff into stickers and place them in another place. Discover different reactions and actions all around the world with sticker-placement magic.

A Tiny Sticker Tale Preview Pros:

  • Beautiful cartoon-like graphics.
  • 447.98MB Download size.
  • Controller support.
  • Adventure gameplay.
  • You play on a screen-by-screen basis.
  • Sticker mode is where you can then move and place stickers.
  • Put stickers in your album so you can use stickers on other screens.
  • Placing certain stickers can have them interact with the game scenery in unique ways like clearing out weeds etc.
  • Chilled atmosphere.
  • You can freely explore the land.
  • Puzzle elements throughout.
  • Can skip the cutscenes.
  • The opening character can be carried around with you and once placed she gives advice.
  • Simple controls.
  • Collect tools to open up more possibilities like cutting down trees or fishing.
  • In-game cutscenes.
  • A good flow to the game as you take on multiple objectives at once.
  • Not just a case of placing the right sticker, you have to combine or give particular ones.
  • Is a lot of fun to play.
  • It feels a bit like a structured version of those reusable stickers you got back in the 90s where you stick them on a scene.

A Tiny Sticker Tale Preview Cons:

  • The switching between the game and sticker mode is quick but going into sticker mode and selecting an object is sluggish.
  • A lot of going back and forth.
  • No way to rebind controls.
  • The mouse doesn’t work for selecting menus or quitting the game.
  • No graphics settings at all.
  • It’s a demo but FYI no Steam achievements.
  • Placing stickers in your book is not always great.

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A Tiny Sticker Tale:

Official website.

Developer: Ogre Pixel

Publisher: Ogre Pixel

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Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!