What Makes You Tick: A Stitch in Time by Lassie Games

What Makes You Tick:  A Stitch in Time
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Category:Adventure
Works with:Native Linux
Price:$15.00
License:Commercial
Average Rating: Rating: 0%
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This is the follow-up classic adventure game to Matthias Kempke’s 2007 indie hit What Makes You Tick?. Tick plays in the style of the classic adventure genre, and has been covered by BBC Entertainment News and PC Gamer Magazine since its release.

What Makes You Tick: A Stitch in Time will immerse players in a whole new adventure that both concludes the story of What Makes You Tick? and covers new ground within the world of Ravenhollow and the story of the Smith Institute.

Bringing to life the themes of Franz Kafka, both classic adventure gamers and literary fans will enjoy the rich world of What Makes You Tick? and its detailed story, witty characters, and wry humor.

Full version features:

  • Over 30 playable locations at two times of day.
  • Player-controlled day and night switching.
  • Hours of additional puzzles to ponder.
  • An engaging story, with closure to the prequel What Makes You Tick?
  • Over 7,500 lines of story dialogue!
  • Playable on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
  • DRM-free.

System Requirements:

  • Fulfillment of the Adobe AIR System Requirements.
  • Installation of Adobe AIR, available for free at: http://get.adobe.com/air/
  • 1024×768 minimum screen resolution (higher is recommended).

Before buying, you may want to:

Download the free demo to test compatibility with your system.
Download the game handbook to review the End User License Agreement.

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Not RecommendedAug 31st 2011
By an Ubuntu 10.04 user
Review:
I don't have much good to say about this game. The interface isn't really that good (interacting with objects requires clicking and holding the mouse button down and accessing your inventory is also annoying to me). There's no audio voices so the game lacks personality. The plot so far has been very linear, which makes the game not much of an adventure. Worst of all, there are display problems where huge black rectangles flicker in places where things move. I tried playing after turning off compositing but the problem was still there. Maybe the actual problem is with Adobe AIR but I can't stand to play the game with it flickering.
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