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  • Summary: Don't let the small stature, over-sized raincoat and flying saucer-sized glasses fool you, Tony is a seasoned private eye for Wallen & Wallen Investigations, and he's been on the beat for ten years. Tonight, Halloween night, Tony has been assigned the case of a lifetime, he must nab the swollen-headed psychopath who is stealing candy from the children. [Got Game] Expand
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  1. It has been so long since we have had a comic adventure game that I think it is a relief to just have some fun and enjoy some ridiculous puzzles (and, might I add, puzzles that are purposely meant to be ridiculous).
  2. Fans of the classic cartoon adventures will find their fix with this brilliantly traditional adventure.
  3. I found myself laughing out loud on multiple occasions at various encounters, like a parrot who tells blonde and condom jokes and a private eye who scratches his crotch constantly.
  4. Its engine works well and can easily support good adventures, but Tony Tough itself isn’t a good adventure. It’s not nearly funny enough, and its puzzles are perhaps just a bit too bizarre.
  5. Lots to do, attention to detail, excrement jokes, and solid gameplay make this worthy of attention from old-school adventurers, and new players should enjoy it as well. [Apr 2003, p.85]
  6. Certainly not the best adventure game I've ever played, but fans of the genre will have some fun.
  7. 52
    Most adventure gamers will find it lacking any complexity and its silly storyline will turn a lot of people off.

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