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The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles
  • GENREAdventure
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The Critter Chronicles tell the story of how adventurer Nate Bonnett and Critter, his hairy sidekick, first met, all set before their appearance in Wilbur’s and Ivo’s adventure in The Book of Unwritten Tales. Enjoy a thrilling and hilarious point-and-click adventure in the fantasy world of Aventasia. Travel from the Northlands to the Mage’s Tower of Seastone and experience a story that offers tremendous fun for seasoned players of “The Book of Unwritten Tales” and newcomers alike.
  • Play as both Nate and Critter: You and you alone decide with whom you want to spend more time.
  • Meet new characters such as animal rights activist Petra, a schizophrenic Yeti, and the “Critters”.
  • Choose between two levels of difficulty: “Normal” (approximately the same difficulty as BOUT) and “Hard” (for true veteran adventurers).
  • Enjoy high-resolution backgrounds, improved animations and sounds!
  • Real-time lightning of 3d-models and objects (including volumetric lighing)
  • Soft raytraced shadows of real-time objects on the backgrounds
  • Support of all screen resolutions up to 1920x1200 and wide-screen support
  • Improved animations with facial animation and lip movement
  • Watch a beautiful and emotional tale unfold in about 10-12 hours of playing time.
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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU SpeedAny
System RAM1.5 GB
Drive Space6 GB
Video RAM256 MB
Video (ati)Any
Video (nvidia)Any
Video (intel)Intel GMA 950 *
Unsupported Video Cards: Intel GMA 900
  1. Well worth it!
    by Evelyn Leong, Hong Kong - Jan 20th 2014

    After having played the Book of Unwritten Tales, I had to get my hands on this game! Truly was not disappointed - the plot was filled with humorous dialogue and gameplay, with some truly heart-warming moments between Nate and Critter (: I loved how the game was not just about how they met, but how the blunders they get themselves into made them friends; I'm a sucker for a plot with good character development. The game itself was beautifully designed, as expected, and there was not a single scene that wasn't purposefully elaborate. Going to spend my semester break playing this again!

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  2. Really good
    by NorthernSpruce, Canada - Dec 8th 2013

    The puzzles are challenging and original, the story fun, and you get many hours of play. I prefer it to the first Unwritten Tales, though that one was quite good.

    Initially Critter's gibberish is annoying, but I got used to it and came to find it endearing. And there is a a pattern to his dialogue that provides some clues.

    One criticism is the needlessly snarky portrayal of an environmental activist - I can see people being offended by it, and for no reason.

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  3. Not as good as first
    by LB_, Canada - Feb 3rd 2013

    This sequel was no where near as good as the first. It felt MUCH shorter and much less exciting! It's really only about Nate and Critter, and Critter gets REALLY annoying in my opinion because you have to play his character for so long and he only has about 4 incomprehensible lines that he repeats over and over. You basically only ever get play as Nate and Critter which was a bit boring and the sweet little hobbit from the original isn't even in it, nor is the girl. Puzzles were fine, still challenging but logical and felt great to solve. Game finishes on a strange note... I didn't know I was done. I suppose it leaves you hanging with the prospect of a sequel, but the game crashed on my at the end so I couldn't tell if it was done or just crashing. I had to read a walkthru to let me know I was indeed finished.

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