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The Tick

The Tick (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Tags: Fighting, Brawler
Developer: Software Creations

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
12/??/1994

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The Tick review

Reviewed April 20, 2004

snowdragon says: "Friends and neighbors, I have just returned from an exhausting sojourn. Not long before I left, my chin was smooth and my face was untarnished by age, but now I return to you with a long, straggling beard and many a wrinkle, wart, and pockmark on a visage once considered worthy of a goddess's kiss. Before my arduous voyage, I enjoyed the meat of the land with great voracity - some would say to disgusting excess. No more is my body a reflection of this enjoyment, though; my journey wore me down t..."
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