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Tic-Toc Games has announced that their game Adventures of Pip will be released in May of 2015.  The action-platformer will be available for Mac and PC on Steam as well as for the Wii U, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS4.  The project finished a successful Kickstarter back in October of 2014 and will be released later this year.

Adventures of Pip

Adventures of Pip is an action-platformer with a retro feel.  Play as the hero Pip, a small red block with big ambitions.  Pip can evolve into different forms by absorbing the pixels of those he’s conquered putting a unique spin on the classic action-platforming 2D side scroller.

A combination of puzzle solving and damage dealing make up the gameplay of this retro inspired game.  The story takes place in the tiny Pixel Kingdom where the Skeleton Queen has kidnapped the Princess.  Using the unique talents of his three different forms, Pip must save the day.

Adventures of Pip

The game will have  some epic music upon release.  Jake “virt” Kaufman has composed the soundtrack.  He’s lent his talents to games such as Bloodrayne:Betrayal, Shantae and the Pirates Curse, Shovel Knight and now Adventures of Pip.

A demo of the game will be showcased at PAX South and East before the games release in May.  The demo will feature new environments like the Temple of Marshes and obstacles such as meteors and mushrooms.  There will also be new enemies that can be interacted with differently depending on Pip’s resolution.

Adventures of Pip

Adventures of Pip finished it’s Kickstarter on October 4 with over 2,ooo backers and 164% of its funding goal met.  Backers won’t be let down by Tic-Toc Game’s dedication to their project as now just four months later, Tic-Toc Games is ready to announce the games release.    Adventures of Pip will be available on Steam, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS4 in May of 2015.

Check out the Kickstarter page to learn more about the game and the developers.  A trailer for the game is available to watch below.



Alexandria Taberski

Staff Writer

A tsundere lolita writing about games for the last three years. Somehow got involved in covering mobile games. Loves JRPG's and all genre's of gaming except for platform games. Platforming can go die in a fire.