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When the wizard took over the kingdom of crescent and double star, he likely prepared for reprisal. He probably bulked up defenses against warriors battering down his gates and cast counterspells to stop other intruding wizards. What he didn't anticipate was the machinations of a young princess he carelessly threw into the dungeon, nor the destructive, disruptive capabilities this little girl held. Not that Princess Tsioque has any special ability or holy power - she's just an intelligent girl with an unbreakable spirit, endless courage, and the ability to wreck the particular kind of havoc only a small child can.

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Your troublemaking adventures will look wonderful in this animated point and click adventure. Ohnoo! Studio, fresh off of the creation of Tormentum - Dark Sorrow, have turned their substantial artistic abilities to animation, crafting a playable cartoon adventure. This style has given Tsioque, both the game and heroine, a bouncy, playful life, infusing it with charm. Tsioque's preliminary movements from the trailer are cute, and it's fun to watch the poor child clumsily navigating the crypts and hallways of the wizard's dangerous castle. It's not often I find myself enamored just watching a character pick up an item in a point and click adventure, but it's hard not to laugh watching the poor girl just try to grab a long cloth.

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Tsioque is not just relying on its animations to interest players. Developers are also hard at work on a dynamic music system that keeps up with player movements, something that should be interesting to see up and running. Despite it featuring a child protagonist, the game isn't necessarily going to be extremely easy, either, requiring thought to solve its puzzles else Tsioque find herself back in the dungeons (or worse, as the game does take some inspiration from Dragon's Lair). Anyone wanting to see the young princess in motion for themselves can go and download the game's demo now. It's not going to be easy for a small child to overcome an evil wizard, but with that permanent determined look on her face and the wonderful animation the developers have shown off so far, it's hard not to want to help her out.

For more information on Tsioque and Ohnoo! Studio, you can head to the developer's site or follow them on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. The game is also looking for funding on Kickstarter and votes on Steam Greenlight.