Tipping Point 4 by Freecloud
Tipping Point is a photo-realistic point-and-click adventure game written in Flash. There are no rules and no instructions, so you can jump right in and start playing immediately. Explore your surroundings, find clues and solve puzzles to move the story forward. Enjoy the lush surroundings as the mystery unfolds.
Use the mouse to move from screen to screen and to pick up and use items.
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Question to all fans of the game: Would you like a 3rd one, and if so, would you rather it take place in a circus or a voodoo town? Either way i got some really cool ideas for it.
Update – 4-21-09
The people have spoken and I have listened. I’ve had the locker recoded to make it easier. As far as the maze goes, when i originally wrote the game back in 2008 I thought the maze would of been a fun idea. It was a pain not only for my coder, but you guys as well and I’ll never do a maze again. I’m sorry!
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