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First real multiplayer point-and-click adventure

Poll: How do you like the idea of a multi-player point-and-click adventure?
Total Votes: 5
Great! This was long overdue
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Sounds interesting, I’ll give it a try
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I don’t care.
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That’s a really stupid idea.
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Dear adventure gamers,

did you ever want to play a multiplayer version of a classical point-and-click adventure? Thanks to my recently finished ‘Corona project’, you can do!

TEAM&click; is the first and only platform for multi-player point-and-click adventures. Each player controls one avatar which can interact with the objects in the game world and with other avatars. You can examine or take objects, use them or even combine them to build something new. Often you have to collaborate with your team mates to solve a riddle: Maybe you have an item which they need to make progress, or several avatars need to act in a coordinated fashion to accomplish a certain task.

Sounds like fun? Visit http://www.team-and-click.com and try the free one-player demo. It takes literally only one click to start the game.

If you want to try out the multiplayer experience, create a free account and invite a few friends to join you in the free demo room ‘The Factory’. It will be 60 min packed with riddles and fun for you and your friends.

Cheers,
Pamela

     
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Not really the first multiplayer point and click, but good idea nonetheless. After trying the demo, I just wanna ask: Is the walking really slowish, or is something wrong with my browser?

     

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The walking should not be slowish. What browser and what device are you using?

Can you point me to other multi-player point-and-clicks? I am not aware of any in the classical style (i.e. similar to the old Lucas Arts Adventures)

     
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Interesting idea. Will check out.

     

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Joined 2019-12-22

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First of all: great concept. An escape room with playable characters, rather than just an environment, is a neat way of bridging the gap between classic single player point-and-click and real time co-operative escape room. It looks pretty good.

From what I can tell, you offer a functional combination of experience (game) and environment (conference call-style service). The (character-oriented) graphical style and perspective will definitely draw in fans of the point-and-click genre.

Pamela1280 - 04 January 2021 02:14 AM

Can you point me to other multi-player point-and-clicks? I am not aware of any in the classical style (i.e. similar to the old Lucas Arts Adventures)

I recently played “Tick Tock: A Tale for Two” with one of my brothers. It’s concept is different from yours (and perhaps it’s source of inspiration), but it definitely does fit the description of multiplayer point-and-click adventure game. It’s quite good, as well.

     

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