Top Critic Average
TSIOQUE is a pleasant game with beautiful graphics and animations. However the classicism and simplicity of its puzzles will make it too easy for experienced players that are usually more challenged with this particular kind of games.
Review in French | Read full review
There's more to TSIOQUE than meets the eye, but not enough to make the pedestrian gameplay worthwhile.
Overall, the gameplay of TSIOQUE is a layer of entertaining complication. It offers up a little bit of new and a little bit of old and sprinkles it with a helluva protagonist that is fun to play. It doesn't necessarily redefine the point and click genre, but it shows that there is more to it than you might remember. The gameplay is simply a methodically well put together masterpiece that will certainly make you wish for those LucasArts days when they ruled the roost in this genre.
A pretty but slight tale, hampered by some clumsy interface decisions and a peculiarly meta finale.
The gameplay presents an almost always successful mix
Review in Italian | Read full review
Charming visuals, puzzle solving, medieval fantasy, there's literally nothing else you need in your life. I had a few frustrations here and there, but all in all TSIOQUE felt so worth my time; grab it for a rainy day, curl up on the sofa and prepare for a game best experienced first hand.
Little cute princess vs evil wizard in playful point & click adventure with short story.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
If you like point and click adventures (and have the patience to work through some of the more tedious puzzles), then you will certainly enjoy “Tsioque” with no doubt. As the lovely animation certainly gives “Broken Sword” a run for it’s money and the story is well developed, dark and funny. Simply put, “Tsioque” is certainly worth getting in a sale.
TSIOQUE does a laudable job of creating a suitably magical atmosphere for the 2-3 hours it takes to reach the end, mostly because of how much personality the visuals and sound effects have. It's just difficult to recommend a game with such awkward puzzle design and annoying minigames.
I definitely enjoyed my time with TSIOQUE. It was a neat little adventure who’s pacing felt just right. Fans of Point & Click adventures should check this one out.