A humorous and exciting adventure
Tony Tough and the Night of Roasted Moths is a 1997 point-and-click adventure game published by Protonic Interactive, and developed by Nayma Software, a company that turns every videogame in art. This game is similar to Day of Tentacle and Sam & Max. The storyline won't make you cry, but it will definitely make you laugh until you cry, because the humour is the leading aspect in this game. For a long time, a mysterious delinquent is stealing the children's Halloween candy and Tony wants to know who is behind this plan. He lives his life in a dirty office, having a mediocre salary. And as if that wasn't enough, Tony is mocked by his colleagues. As you proceed, the more strange and funny characters will invade the game. The view is from a third-person perspective, the 2D interface is cartoonish, and the voice acting is well-done, fitting with the general ambiance. The puzzles are interesting and they require you to search for clues and interact with various people. So far, I am sure I convinced you to play this game, and I also believe that you are looking forward to embark in this humorous and exciting adventure!