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Stacking

Stacking

  • Publisher
    Double Fine Productions
  • Developer
    Double Fine Productions
  • Release date
    8 Feb 2011

This game, wrote by Tim Schafers Double Fine Productions, takes you on an excursion into a beguiling good old world, populated by demountable Russian dolls. Unravel fluctuated riddles and missions by hopping into more than 100 unique manikins and utilizing their exceptional capacities for your motivations. Slip into the job of Charlie Blackmore, apparently the littlest doll on the planet, and set out to spare Charlie's family from the terrible business visionary referred to just as the "Aristocrat". Your excursion through this innovative, third-individual riddle experience takes you from a clamoring stage in the capital very high on board a blimp, as you gather new dolls and bit by bit total your assortment in Charlie's mystery concealing spot. Proceed with your experience in the PC variant of The Lost Hobo King, which is for nothing out of pocket! In The Lost Hobo King, the main extension for Stacking by Double Fine, the player again assumes the job of Charlie Blackmore, the littlest doll on the planet. Charlie and his nation adoring companion Levi go to the baffling place where there is the camel foot looking for the tragically deceased, amazing meandering ruler and his crown. Charlie remains by Levi's uncle, Rufus Ryken, who is making his legitimate case to the royal position. Be that as it may, before he gets the crown, he needs to substantiate himself commendable in three tests lastly breath life into the old smithy. At exactly that point can Rufus become lord and rejoin the meandering individuals under the top of a sardine can. The Lost Hobo King contains a total experience with different new difficulties, every one of which can be fathomed in various manners, another scope of special dolls and a progression of frightful tricks once more. Just the individuals who are commendable can administer the domain of the camel foot! Contains another list of all idea plans solely for the PC variant!

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AGM score 83%
IGN 8.5
GameSpot 8
traffic cone
flags
male protagonists
gun
helmet
cutscene
boat
villain
wrench
binoculars
adventure
wheel
pirates
comedy
achievements
digital distribution
crate
skull
water
puzzle
single-player only
credits menu option
fork
bird
steam
train
puzzles
puzzle game
steam achievements
unlockables
playstation 3
ps3
third-person perspective
mustache
indie
rail track
humble bundle
hammer
optional objective
glasses
playstation trophies
door
the locked door
game reference
compilation
kid friendly
anthropomorphism
cannon
coin
non-player character
bed
table
gloves
glitch
completion percentage
darkness
pipe
staircase
heads up display
statue
fire
shovel
monkeys
ladder
fish
book
rat
lantern
hat
cooperative play
young protagonist
key
bone
treasure chest
important text
bottle
heart
vision obstruction
hub world
curtain
map
sleeping
saw
rock
possession
tree
loading screens
playstation plus
barrel
crying
arrow sign
steam trading cards
gold
armor
chain mail
mine cart
thanks for playing
toilet
baby
poverty
egg
candy
xbox 360 controller support for pc
graphic filter
banana
xbox one backwards compatibility
games that ask you to "press start" but will accept other buttons
bears
mask
beard
descendants of other characters
dog
balloon
top hat
umbrella
ice
oil drum
adventure game
stick
shelf
warning sign
facial hair
wooden chair
lifesaver
bandana
text bubble
vomiting
alcoholic beverages
headband
spotlight
tea
bicycle
flowers
fruit
trash can
playing cards
sunglasses
rope
fishing rod
pop culture reference
chef's hat
eyepatch
houseplant
fence
carrot
confetti
poster
couch
rug
bowl
mirror
bucket
cheese
corn
evolving title screen
fireplace
steak
bubble
auto-save
clowns
guards
escaping imprisonment
plate
spoon
window
candle
retail games with steam activation
scaleform
doll
hobo
goblet
hand rail
bread crumb trails
spike video game awards 2011
propeller
cage
gear
newspaper
camera
scissors
cane
paper
light bulb
fake in-game advertising
golf ball
target
clock
loading screen advice
valve
underwear
smoking
paper money
dumbbell
blimp
hook
suspenders
ball
teddy bear
dancing
wand
beret
feather
movie reference
urinating
monocle
goggles
portcullis
tin can
wig
matches
adhesive bandages
fez hat
mummy
outside of the map
drums
concept art
stacking
tutorial
paintings
wanted poster
paint brush
hunting trophy
air duct
orphan
evil moustache
yo-yo
toothbrush
cookies
soup
stainless pot
bowler hat
record player
violin
matryoshka doll
whale
pallet
bird nest
game jam
bowling pin
buoy
living toys
judge
lance
anchor
radiation suit
paint
maid
caviar
fmod
rock paper scissors
xbox live indie games
stylized
bubblegum
welding mask
net
drawbridge
paddle
hot air balloon
parrot
foam hand
martini glass
firefighter
wailing and screaming
crayon
mime
chef
whistle
vintage
toys
domino
belching
candy level
buddha engine
accordion
amnesia fortnight
biscuit
child labor
pelicans
the candy cane
stacking game
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About Stacking

Stacking is released by Double Fine Productions in 8 Feb 2011. The game is designed by Double Fine Productions. Stacking is a typical representative of the Adventure genre. Playing Stacking is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Adventure, there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Stacking will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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Stacking is versatile and does not stand still, but it is never too late to start playing. The game, like many Adventure games has a full immersion in gaming. AllGame staff continues to play it.

Stacking is perfect for playing alone or with friends.

At AllGame you can find reviews on Stacking, gameplay videos, screenshots of the game and other Adventure representatives.

Screenshots

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