The Following game Tandem: Tale of Shadow was provided to me for free by the developers/publishers of the game. I would like to thank the developers/publishers for providing a free copy of the game to play on my stream.
The following Live Stream Footage of Tandem: Tale of Shadow is either an alpha version, beta version, early access or, demo of the game. Therefore, the footage you see may or may not be featured in the final version of
the game, also there may be some noticeable bugs in the game.
In this Live Stream, Ready Set Indie Games plays Tandem: Tale of Shadows on PC.
Tandem: Tale of Shadows
is a very gorgeous made Top-Down side-scrolling puzzle game. 10-year-old Emma is intrigued by the disappearance of Thomas Kane the only son of the Kane illusionist that seemed to have disappeared and the authorities have no idea what happened and so it
remains an unsolved mystery. So Emma decides to investigate the disappearance herself and as she is walking down the dark streets of London alone heading towards the mansion of the disappearance, a carriage speeds past her and out falls a teddy bear named
Fenton who gets up and chases after the carriage, curiosity still leading her Emma chases after Fenton and eventually the two of them arrive at the entrance leading into the mansion.
First, I want to say that the
game is absolutely stunning. This style of Emma reminded me of Alice of Wonderland if Alice had been a brunette. It appears that Emma and Fenton have formed an alliance of some sort as Emma wants to know what happened to Thomas Kane and Fenton who actually
looks a lot like the bear in the photo of Thomas Kane just simply wants to return home. So together they work together to solve puzzles.
I loved that the game uses both a top-down style and a side-scrolling camera
angle. When controlling Emma you get a top-down view, and when using Fenton not only does the game switch to a side-scroll camera angle, but it also goes into a black and white world as Fenton can only be used in the shadows. Therefore, Emma must use the light
that she finds to help Fenton collect the gem at the end of the level. Be it making platforms for him to jump across or even just a level ground to run across.
The controls in the game were great and didn't feel
weird, as I said before I like the two different camera angles in the game and the puzzles were well made and I really enjoyed them. I was a bit sad when the Demo ended, but nonetheless, this is a great game and I am looking forward to playing the full version
when it releases in October.
If you would like to play Tandem: Tale of Shadows for yourself, you can do so on the following platform(s):
Free to Play Demo
Broadcasted live on Twitch -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/readysetindiegames