[PAX Preview] TicToc Games’ “Adventures of Pip” – Now Available on Nintendo Switch

Adventures of Pip

Adventures of Pip is a side-scrolling action-platformer with a unique twist. Your hero is only 1-pixel in a 32-bit world, but he has the unique ability to absorb the pixels of his defeated enemies. These pixels will allow him to evolve into three different forms which will aid players in their exploration of his quest to defeat the Skeleton Queen. 

Originally released in 2015 (X-Box One, PS4, Steam, Wii U), Adventures of Pip is available today for Nintendo Switch.

Adventures of Pip

Welcome to the next evolution of the classic side-scrolling action platform game! Journey with Pip as he sets out to save Princess Adeline from the evil Queen DeRezzia. Pip’s quest begins when he learns he can absorb the Bitstream from his fallen foes to evolve and devolve between three different forms – single pixel, 8-bit, and 16-bit! Each transformation provides different powers that Pip can use to solve environmental puzzles and blast through enemies. Pip’s tale leads players through five different stylized worlds with up to 10 hours of epic adventuring gameplay.

Inspired by classic platformers, Adventures of Pip basks in a world where players can defeat a huge 32-bit boss as an 8-bit character or even as a single-pixel. Pip’s foes have weaknesses and strengths — pinpoint these, swap to the right form and take them out! Can you help our unlikely fearless hero save his 32-bit world from the clutches of Queen DeRezzia?

Adventures of Pip

This adorable adventure game feels as it if is taking you through the evolution of gaming itself as you go from simplistic character to a more sophisticated 3-dimensional being.

TicToc Games

Formed in 2011 and known for titles such as Adventures of Pip, Panda Pop, and Pug Run, Tic Toc Games is all about precision game-making. We are a highly crafted team of specialized components working in harmony inside our state-of-the-art, brushed-steel case in Burbank, CA. However, we don’t need winding and you won’t need one of those crazy-looking magnifying monocle things to see how we do it.