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A Tiny Sticker Tale

What an amazing little hidden gem of a game. I fell in love with this adventure game that reminds me of Majora’s Mask combined with a P&C game. Completion takes around 4h. It has 2 achievements that block the other achievement in that playthrough.


Approximate amount of time to 100%: 4h
Estimated achievement difficulty: 1/10
Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 if you alt+f4 at a certain point or make a backup save using the steam system, otherwise almost 2.
Is there a good guide available: I don’t recommend using a guide, as it will make this game a lot less fun, but if you’re struggling with the last few tasks, this is a good guide
Multiplayer achievements: No
Missable achievements: No
Grinding Achievements: No
DLC-Only achievements: No
Speedrun achievements: No
Time-gated achievements: No
RNG-achievements: No
Does difficulty affect achievements: No difficulty setting
Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No

This game blew me away! I’m normally not the kind of girl who enjoys Point & Click kinda games, but this didn’t look like a PnC and it just looks so cute and the first game Lonesome Village by Ogre Pixel was already such an awesome game that I had high hopes for this cute game. Stacking the odds against enjoying this game, ATM I’m struggling with enjoying games because of some RL stuff… and against all those odds against it… It blew me away! I’m totally in love with A Tiny Sticker Tale! What an amazing puzzle adventure game!

It reminds me of those sticker packs I bought as a child, where some books also had more plastic pages where you could remove and reattach the stickers however you want. It has a great “Collect ’em all” feeling. And it also reminds me in some way of the puzzles from “Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask”. I can’t explain why that game specifically, maybe because of some variables you can change in both games, but not sure why and how. All 3 things are such positive points in my book.

In this game, you travel to an island, and there you will solve puzzles and help the villagers that live there with things they struggle with. This is done by collecting stickers, you can use on other places. For example, somewhere you find a bucket, which you can fill with water by dropping it in water and then take it with you in your sticker book to use the water somewhere else to open up a new pathway or help a village that desperately needs water.

What I normally don’t like about PnC kinda games is that some puzzles aren’t that logical, here everything is logical and well done. You don’t need a guide or tips from friends to get through this little gem. It all makes sense, maybe not the first time you encounter something but further on it will make sense.

For the achievements you want to interact with every sticker you can find in the game (except the Christmas and Halloween stuff, those you don’t have to interact with). Just moving them around on the map is enough to collect them in your big sticker book where you can see if you found every sticker that is in the game. Most of the other achievements are just for completing all the quests.

There are 2 achievements that block the counter achievement. This means that the other achievement will not be available within the same playthrough. It has something to do with brothers… this can help you look it up if you want to know about what it is, but it will give you spoilers. You can prevent a second playthrough by backing up your save file before triggering one of the 2 achievements, or by alt+F4 out of the game after unlocking one of them. However, if you’re missing it, a replay of the game will not take as long as the first time, as now you know where to find the items you need to progress.

A Tiny Sticker Tale blew me out of the water. I expected a fun little game, but I fell in love so quickly with this game and had so much fun playing through it!

Ogre Pixel

Ogre Pixel

This review for A Tiny Sticker Tale was written on 9 December 2023, based on the current Steam version of the game which has 17 achievements at the time of writing this review. This information can be outdated, for example, when the developer adds or removes achievements or releases (new) DLC.

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