Summary: This is a fun game, my 8-year old has been enjoying it for months. but for kids it is challenging enough. After he finished the story mode my son really got into the multiplayer mode, and unlocking new characters and costumes is keeping him engaged with the game. So while for adults there might not be enough of a challenge, it is a great game for kids, and also a good introduction for them into the Tintin universe.
Summary: The Adventures of Tintin is a unique platformer where you mostly just punch just about everyone you meet. It also features an offline co-op mode, where you have to work together to get through some strange and sometimes confusing levels. But the problem with this game is that the story mode is too short and the whole game is far too easy, which is a shame, because it could have been a really good game.
Summary: The game The Adventures of Tintin delivers a really interesting but simple gameplay. While playing the game I never found it getting boring. Personally, I also liked the whole idea of how you have to use a ball or a banana peel to break enemies with armors or umbrellas. But, it is really easy. I believe if the game got a bit harder towards the end, the game would have been a complete success. But, overall it is not a bad game to try.