Treble In Paradise
You might not remember it but Tadpole Treble was a quiet hit when it launched in 2016. Coming to PC and Wii U - we gave it 9/10 stars at the time - calling it a "wonderfully charming experience" with "satisfying gameplay and a catchy soundtrack". We're quite pleased to see then that it's getting a second chance, as developers...
Time for an encore
Matthew Taranto – creator of the webcomic Brawl in the Family – released a music action title by the name of Tadpole Treble on Wii U not so long ago, scoring a 9/10 review from this very site. The game is now coming to Switch in an enhanced form under the title Tadpole Treble Encore. The updated game is due for launch on the...
Music to our ears
Some of you may remember Tadpole Treble, a fascinating rhythm action game created by Matthew Taranto, the creator of Brawl in the Family. The game officially released on other platforms this past spring, but the Wii U version didn't materialize. This was clarified later on to be the result of struggles getting the game through...
"I didn't come this far to not have my game on a Nintendo system, by gum!"
Tadpole Treble was supposed to be with us this March, but the Kickstarter-funded title missed that release date. We've now had an update on why that was the case, as well as a revised release window of Summer. It seems that the game has hit some snags when it comes to...
From the creator of Brawl in the Family
Those of you who like to read webcomics may be familiar with Brawl in the Family. Drawn and written by Matthew Taranto, the comic series primarily featured various Nintendo characters that starred in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, later expanding beyond Smash into other Nintendo releases. Though the comic has now...
Throwing money into the mix
BitFinity – the developer behind the upcoming Wii U eShop title Tadpole Treble – has put together a new trailer to show off how far the game has come in its development cycle, taking a similar approach to Curve Studio's recent trailer for Thomas Was Alone. The game initially began as a Kickstarter and reached its