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Über das Spiel

Erkunde in TUNIC ein Land voller verlorener Legenden, uralter Mächte und grausamer Monster. TUNIC ist ein isometrisches Actionspiel mit einem kleinen Fuchs, der ein großes Abenteuer erlebt. Du befindest dich in einem fremden Land und besitzt nichts außer deiner Neugier. Stell dich riesigen Bestien, sammle seltsame und mächtige Gegenstände und decke längst verloren geglaubte Geheimnisse auf.

Den Geschichten zufolge liegt irgendwo in diesem Land ein großer Schatz verborgen. Vielleicht hinter der goldenen Tür? Oder irgendwo tief unter der Erde? Manche Sagen berichten von einem Palast hoch über den Wolken, und von uralten Wesen mit unglaublichen Kräften. Was wirst du finden?

Während deiner Reisen setzt du das Handbuch des Spiels wieder zusammen. Seite um Seite enthüllst du damit Karten, Tipps, Spezialtechniken und die geheimsten Geheimnisse. Hast du alle gefunden, könnte etwas Gutes daraus erwachsen ...

Nutze verschiedene Kampftechniken: Ausweichen, Blocken, Parieren und Zuschlagen! Lerne, wie du es mit all den großen und kleinen Monstern aufnehmen kannst – und finde nützliche neue Gegenstände, die dir dabei helfen.

  • Erkunde eine feindselige und tief verwobene Welt aus schattigen Wäldern, weitläufigen Ruinen und labyrinthartigen Katakomben
  • Kämpfe gegen mächtige Bosse tief unter der Erde, hoch über den Wolken und an noch seltsameren Orten
  • Sammle die fehlenden Handbuchseiten voll mit Hinweisen und farbenfrohen Illustrationen
  • Entdecke verborgene Schätze, die dir weiterhelfen
  • Finde geheime Relikte, geheime Techniken, geheime Rätsel und ... Kurz gesagt: Es gibt einfach eine ganze Menge Geheimnisse!
  • Mit Sounddesign von Power Up Audio
  • Und einem Original-Soundtrack von Lifeformed (Terence Lee, Janice Kwan)


  • CPU: Intel i5 Quad-Core, 2.7 GHz
  • GFX: GTX 660 / RX 460
  • RAM: 8 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows 10
  • HD: 2 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • MISC: Gamepad or Controller Recommended.
  • LANG: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Italienisch, Spanisch
  • CPU: Intel i5 Quad-Core, 3 GHz
  • GFX: GTX 1080 Ti / RX Vega 64
  • RAM: 8 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows 10
  • HD: 2 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • MISC: Gamepad or Controller Recommended.
  • LANG: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Italienisch, Spanisch

Steam Nutzer-Reviews

170 Produkte im Account
24 Reviews
689 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.03.22 17:53
Das beste Adventure Spiel was ich seit langem gespielt habe. Klare Empfehlung.
190 Produkte im Account
18 Reviews
1210 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22.03.22 18:05
This is the original NES Zelda with some modern Souls-esque touches and a cute fox

You'll probably get lost. You probably won't know what to do. The manual and the signposts are speaking gibberish and everything has to be a some obscure secret that everyone else seems to know already, but you're just barely figuring out. You'll eventually memorize every enemy strategy, but the bosses will continue to demand a lot of your skill

But that's all still NES/SNES-era adventure gaming. Not everything is given to you, and a lot is held in reserve, tantalizingly just out of reach. Resist the temptation to read [strike]Nintendo Power[/strike] walkthroughs unless you're really stuck, and enjoy.

This game's very worth the price of entry
99 Produkte im Account
27 Reviews
472 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.03.22 08:54
This game is an experience that is several layers deep, but sadly I spoiled some of those layers for myself because it was a little too difficult for me. If you're going to play it, please be patient with it, and don't make the same mistake I did.

As time passes, it will be either one of the shiniest hidden gems in Steam's entire catalog, or widely praised for years to come.

Either way, future games should take inspiration from the instruction manual gimmick. That is absolutely fucking genius.
293 Produkte im Account
10 Reviews
1394 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21.03.22 12:06

In short, Tunic is an indie masterpiece.

The content and gameplay loop stays fresh and respects the player's time while presenting one of the most welcoming, challenging, and rewarding game worlds I've been in for years.

Capturing an aesthetic that is just enough of an homage to be present while clearly forging its own identity, Tunic is a joy to play. Its art direction is charming, unique, and consistent throughout though the variety of setting is rich. I found hours melting away as I explored and played. I wanted to see what the game had next, what there was to discover, what secrets the next milestone would reveal, what new and exciting sights there were to behold. I was never disappointed.

Half of the impetus to continue exploring was the absolutely stellar soundtrack by Lifeformed and Janice Kwan. I bought the album a mere few hours into the game. The pair have put on a clinic in an OST that's warm, haunting, foreboding, catchy, and sublime throughout. Not to be left out, Power Up Audio has also done an absolutely outstanding job giving the game and its interactables and combat punchy, rich, and powerful sound which remains consistently good throughout.

I cannot touch on the story without being vague to avoid spoilers simply because of how rich it is and how important discovery is to the flow of the game. Prepare to be amazed, then amazed again, and again. Chasing the dragon of discovery will be rewarded, guaranteed. The gameplay loop is challenging, but walks the razor's edge of being punishing and rewarding as you become more practiced and confident. It's not souls-hard, but damn near, and the rewards for your endurance are abound. It does not disrespect your time or pound you to dust.

All in all, the game is a STEAL at $30. Buy it. Buy it for your friends. Go on a foxy little adventure that's far, far bigger than it seems. Tunic is one of the greatest games I have played in a very long time. Finji continues to be a seal of quality.

Thank you.
131 Produkte im Account
18 Reviews
909 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22.03.22 06:28
This game is stellar. Every nook and cranny of the map is filled with little puzzles and secrets. The combat is super satisfying and keeps you on your toes without (usually) overwhelming you. The game's theme shifts from cute and to mysterious to downright terrifying. The music sets the tone of each environment perfectly and slaps super hard as you're slicing the baddies. The game manual, which you collect the pages of as you explore, is filled to the brim with adorable artwork and game info, as well as the maps for each area and pointers to where to go and how to deal with troublesome enemies. The environment and visuals are a sight to behold, there are little moments where the camera will change its normal focus for you to take in some majestic scenery or to frame an event that is about to blow your mind. It's good. It's SO good. Everything is fun or pretty or absolutely crazy.

Play this game.
504 Produkte im Account
7 Reviews
2307 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22.03.22 18:36
Dark Souls ???? Zelda ???? The Witness

139 Produkte im Account
19 Reviews
454 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.03.22 04:27
The Legend of Zelda: Foxy Breath
149 Produkte im Account
3 Reviews
962 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18.03.22 12:25
Tunic gave me the same brain-scratchy feeling that Fez did but with the combat challenge of a lite-soulsborne game. Clever game design, good 10+ hours of fun, super cute.
1961 Produkte im Account
22 Reviews
684 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11.04.22 06:08
Tunic is both rare and meticulous.

Beautiful art design and a 'just-hard-enough' level of difficult combat combine well, as Tunic alights the imagination with a highly specific and unique reverence: one that speaks explicitly to the history of video games as a medium, what it was 'once like' to play them in a time lost to the ages, and what it was like to experience discovering a new one (lightly used).

Once upon a time, people would rent video games from local retail stores. What came with any particular game, who could say. Sometimes, they would include instruction books with passwords left in the notes section. A Mega Man save image map, hand drawn.

These traces were the remnants of a run through the game left unfinished, lost to its original player and time, now in your hands for the first time. Tunic is a game that simulates such a feeling, compelling in its player a simple truth, slowly: you are not the first. But here is what someone else has learned.
15 Produkte im Account
3 Reviews
1262 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.04.22 05:53
Unfortunately, you are illiterate.
349 Produkte im Account
4 Reviews
580 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 09.04.22 20:59
I want to preface this by saying *Read the instruction manual.* This games feels like a combination of Dark Souls (but easier), Link's Awakening, Zelda 2 (NES), and Zelda 1 (NES) combined. The game also has great ambiance with one standout example being the Forest themes sounding like the Guardia Forest from Chrono Trigger (SNES). Everything about this game feels great, but I want to make it understood that you *MUST* read the Instruction Manual pieces that you pick up. Other than that, the game is a great title to explore and just get lost in.
486 Produkte im Account
10 Reviews
1480 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.04.22 18:52
TUNIC is unashamed of its inspirations (The Legend of Zelda and FEZ in particular), but it's more than simply a love letter to either one. It builds on the best aspects of these and other classics and gradually reveals a rich world thick with lore and secrets, with the end result perfectly recreating the childlike wonder of being a little bit lost in a very big world, but finding adventure whichever way you travel.

TUNIC isn't everything I hoped it would be, it's so much more. Thoroughly gorgeous, surprisingly challenging, and an absolute delight from start to finish.
6322 Produkte im Account
1065 Reviews
259 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.04.22 19:43
From the first moment I looked at Tunic, I got a little Zelda deja-vu, a cute little fox with green clothes and weapons that are very close to the looks and style that Link did.
The start of the Tunic can also be compared to the start of Link's Awakening as both games start with your character standing up on the beach and where you take your first steps in a new world full of secrets, surprises and dangers.

Check out my first Tunic gameplay here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCCAQ65vu2U

Shortly after you start in the game you will notice that the in-game language is an unintelligible language, at least for us.
For the life that's in the game everything will be clear, except for you.
You will have to maintain an HP and stamina meter and you do this through items that you can find after solving puzzles or by finding hidden places where these items can also be hidden, it is also important to walk around everywhere and look around, especially since there are many shortcuts to use in the world and these shortcuts are not exactly marked.
The world is quite big, but not completely open world,
you will have to follow routes to reach other areas and you will also always have to figure out things to regularly clear the route of obstacles.

Although the game world looks cute, it is indeed dangerous. Tunic therefore has different enemies, which are connected to different areas. Some of them suddenly pop up. You will also encounter bosses that you have to defeat to progress in the game. The Dark Souls influences, such as the bonfire mechanic, are also reflected in the gameplay, the game has shrines that come back when you die. Once you die you will have to go back to where you were defeated to retrieve your collected items. Previously defeated enemies will also return when you rest at a statue.

Tunic has a steep learning curve, and therefore knows almost no explanation about what is actually going on. You do see some elements that are interesting, shapes and colors that grab your attention. But it is. You will find several pages from a small booklet containing information that you do not understand for the most part because the text is incomprehensible. You will also find various maps, sometimes with interesting markings, which can help you achieve certain goals.

Tunic is a sweet game at first glance, but it is very challenging for the average gamer. Both the puzzles and the enemies require a lot of tactical thinking and it is not always clear where to go and what to do.
All in all, a very nice recommendation for those who like a spicy game.
319 Produkte im Account
28 Reviews
1651 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23.04.22 14:31
hats off to the dev(s) ! ????

simply a Masterpiece in every aspects 11/10
495 Produkte im Account
25 Reviews
1984 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.04.22 00:17
I've been keeping an eye on this game for a few years now, and I'm so glad it turned out to be this great, even better than I had hoped in fact. A fun, satisfying Zelda-like, with Outer Wilds style elements where progressing through the game reveals things that you didn't know were there all along. While the combat can be a little tough in the beginning, you can get better equipment and a feel for it quickly, solving puzzles and finding hidden paths is super satisfying, and discovering the secrets buried deep in this game gave me many moments of wonder and awe. I love this game, absolutely worth ever dollar and I can't wait to play it through a few more times.
17 Produkte im Account
4 Reviews
436 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.10.22 09:10
♑︎♋︎❍︎♏︎⬧︎□︎⬧︎□︎❍︎◆︎♍︎♒︎.-< ●︎□︎❖︎♏︎⧫︎♒︎♓︎⬧︎♌︎♏︎♋︎◆︎⧫︎♓︎♐︎◆︎●-
576 Produkte im Account
208 Reviews
813 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 04.10.22 17:32
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[h1]The gist of it:[/h1]
This year has been very dry in terms of big triple A games, but indies come and go by the dozens with a lot of average ones and some small good ones, but every once in a while there is a surprise, one you did not expect but hoped it would be good. Tunic is not only good, but it's probably the best indie game released this year, a fantastic and mysterious zelda-like game that will hold your grip until the end.

???? The good parts:
+Fantastic level design.
+Gameplay mechanics are being revealed progressively in a fun and smart way.
+Great atmosphere.

????The bad parts:
-A bit short.
-True ending is unrewarding, tedious, and pointless unless you're a completionist.

Alright, this will probably be the shortest proper review I ever made for a finished game. The gist of the whole game, story, and gameplay-wise is discovery. If you've played any souls-like games or games like Hob(recommended u play that as well), the story is presented in a very obfuscated way. You wake up on a beach, you walk to a temple, and you kinda sorta figure out what you have to do. That is it.

The more you progress, the more things get revealed to you, and even as you reach the end, some things remain unclear. It's not something you haven't seen before, like I said, if you've played souls-like games, it's similar. It won't blow your mind, nor will it make you cry. None of that is found in Tunic however it is nice to see on rare occasions games telling stories through the environment rather than directly in your face. Tunic excels at that. It's a shame that the endings are not that great, at least in my opinion. I watched the true ending on youtube, and I still felt unsatisfied. Still, sometimes the journey matters more than the destination.

Story rating: 7.5/10

This is the part where I cannot tell you anything because the entire gameplay and its mechanics are based on you finding out how and what to do.

All I can say is, the combat is pretty basic, you hit stuff, you dodge stuff, and you block stuff. It's stamina-based combat like any soul-like game, and dying makes you lose some of your currency which you can spend on upgrades and stuff. Puzzles, bosses, secret paths, and so on and so forth are all in there. That is all I can say, the rest is up to you to discover, and I can tell you, it was very impressive how they designed the reveal of said gameplay mechanics.

It's not an easy game, do not let the looks fool you, it will feel incredibly overwhelming at first, but the game will always find a way to ease you in its brilliant gameplay. You find something, and then you're like A-HA!, and then more stuff gets revealed and it just becomes more natural to you. You evolve with the gameplay.

Gameplay rating: 9/10

Not much to say here either, no voice acting so the game revolves around its sound effects and music, and they are quite as good as everything else it does. The music feels charming, yet scary, it has this synth-ish vibe to it that fits so well with the whole mystery. Everything here feels well designed, with no cut corners which is rare to see in an indie game.

Audio rating: 8.5/10

[h1]Graphics, performance and tech analysis[/h1]
Once you start playing the game you'll feel overwhelmed, and that is due to its insane level design and how masterfully crafted it is. It's a top-down metroidvania/zelda-like kind of map which are rare these days. You'll find tons of secrets and shortcuts and paths that will make you question how the hell did they create all of this?

The atmosphere is varied, with lots of unique locations from charming to dreadful zones, nothing is ever the same in Tunic. Tech-wise the game is very pretty for an indie game. It's nothing super fancy, but it does its job very well, and it also runs smoothly. I had no bugs or issues, except maybe a crash or two.

Graphics, performance and tech analysis score: 9/10

Don't look up videos besides the official trailer, don't read too much about the game, just get it and start experiencing its difficult beauty. It's a short experience, wish it had more zones, more mechanics, and whatnot but despite that, it's still an amazing game, and so far, my indie of the year.

[h1]Final score: 8.5/10[/h1]
290 Produkte im Account
56 Reviews
894 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.10.22 08:36
underrated gem
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Verfasst: 01.10.22 23:14
32 Produkte im Account
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87 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16.10.22 08:12
I ended up refunding this game shortly after buying it on Steam because I decided to get GamePass and play it on there.

There have been some great isometric top-down Zelda clones releasing over the past few years, and Tunic is one of the best. The number one feature that separates Tunic from say - Death's Door, for example, is the genuine sense of wonder and discovery deeply embedded into the gameplay mechanics. You get the most out of this game by going in blind. Highly recommend this gem to all my friends.
90 Produkte im Account
4 Reviews
Nicht Empfohlen
575 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.10.22 09:58
Man, it starts so good. The starting of this game, the first few hours, are immaculate. It looks good, it feels good, the gimmick of gameplay mechanics being hidden is really clever.

...And then the second half hits. There are no new mechanics to learn, you've seen all the beautiful areas, and there's just a slog of battle after battle. And to add insult to injury, you're locked into a single linear path. The point where I quit is an arena area (mandatory, if that wasn't obvious) where you have to complete 6 battles in a row without dying; all your upgrades have been taken from you, and some of the battles have dozens of enemies at once.

I might recommend Tunic to people who already do no-damage runs of their favorite games, or thinks the game looks good enough to give the first few hours a try. As for myself, I'm going to start thinking twice about buying any game that's inspired by legend of zelda.
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Release:16.03.2022 Genre: Action-Adventure Entwickler:keine Infos Publisher:keine Infos Engine:keine Infos Kopierschutz:keine Infos Franchise:keine Infos

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