The Adventures of Tintin Overview

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“One of the best and most imaginative film tie-ins I’ve played for years. […] Both fans and newcomers to the boy reporter’s travels will find plenty to enjoy with this stylish adventure” – Pocket Gamer
“The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn is by far one of the most complete gameplay experiences you can find on iOS.” – Touch Gen 4.5/5
Explore the exciting world of The Adventures of Tintin™ in the official iPhone & iPad game of the movie! Treasure and adventure await those who seek to unravel the Secret of the Unicorn!
Sneak your way past guards, engage in a swordfight, pilot a plane, solve puzzles, race a camel and discover many more exciting experiences.
Tintin can’t do this alone! He’ll need the help of his friends. You’ll take control of his dog Snowy, Captain Haddock and even the legendary Sir Francis Haddock during the great Age of Pirates.
Players of all ages will enjoy the game. Accessible controls allow you to easily interact with the environment. With just a swipe of your finger (or a tilt of your device), you’ll be exploring the world, collecting items, and fighting off villains.
Every building and character was carefully recreated in stunning 3D graphics that perfectly matches the style of the movie. See for yourself what it’s like to walk through Marlinspike Mansion, the desert, and the Karaboudjan ship.
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The Adventures of Tintin Review

Dec 20, 2011

I've got a confession: Tintin helped teach me to read. My parents, desperate to get me to away from the television, realized that I was a sucker for comic books. Unfortunately, comics in the 1980s and 90s weren't exactly quality literature; when my folks realized that the Adventures of Tintin books were better reading material than the latest issues of Bloodshot and Youngblood, they bought out the local bookstore. By the time I was ten, I'd read the entire series.

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