Chicory: A Colorful Tale

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Chicory: A Colorful Tale is a top-down adventure game in a coloring book world where you can draw on anything. Use your painting powers to explore new places, solve puzzles, help your friends, and change the world!

Something terrible happened. Chicory, superstar artist and wielder of the Brush, is missing, and all the color in the land vanished with her. It’s up to you, Chicory’s number one fan, to pick up the Brush and fill in for her. It’s a big job… but you’re ready for it! Probably!

  • Explore the Picnic Province, and paint on anything!
  • Solve puzzles and manipulate the environment with paint.
  • Unlock new paint abilities and use them to reach new places.
  • Dress up how you want with collectible clothes, plants, and furniture.
  • Discover a world full of 100+ animal characters.
  • Experience 10+ hours of gameplay and dozens of side quests including mail delivery, art classes, photo taking, and more.
  • Play with your friends and paint together in local co-op!
  • Featuring audio design by Em Halberstadt and A Shell in the Pit (Untitled Goose Game, Night in the Woods)
  • And an original soundtrack by Lena Raine! (Celeste, Minecraft)

Creativity lies at the heart of both Greg Lobanov's games. In Wandersong, it was singing. In Chicory: A Colorful Tale, it's painting. While not the most heroic of video game pursuits - indeed, Wandersong's bard and Chicory's janitor-turned-amateur brush wielder are repeatedly shown to be considerably less capable than their games' personal and professional heroes - both end up playing critical roles in restoring their respective worlds to their former glory. They balance out the bad, and revive ...


Since our previous bugfix report, build has gone from to Changes: *Saves now create a backup file to hopefully mitigate the extremely rare case where it saves incorrectly/corrupted on PC Rainforest flowers now have a much higher priority to receive clicks even when the player is standing on/in front of them. This also makes bombs easier to operate when combined with these. Added button shortcuts for Undo/Redo and made the buttons interactable for co-op players A certain NPC wh...


Version number on launch was The latest build is now New Features: "Teleport to Luncheon" in Options menu lets you warp safety if stuck "Clear GIF" button on title screen - now you can use and re-use the title screen as a full-featured time-lapse drawer and exporter! Toggle Cursor Stick with L3 - option added to let you live toggle the sick which pilots the character and cursor. Might be helpful for left-handed players Setting font style to "Readable" also sets a minimum text s...


Hey there! We've been patching the game with tiny fixes throughout the day. A few more issues are known and not yet addressed - we're workin on them! For the most part we've been focused on areas where players can squeeze out of bounds and/or get themselves softlocked in the game. We've plugged MANY holes in the last 24 hours. But also to help address this, we added a new option on PC to let you teleport to Luncheon - this is an abslutely emergency failsafe that should fix you up no matter where...


I guess Chicory: A Colorful Tale is a bit like Zelda really. You're a gentle hero on a thrilling, sometimes frightening adventure. You explore a top-down world filled with charming people to talk to and lovely diversions. There are side quests and puzzles and abilities that steadily open up the map and allow you to manipulate the world around you in increasingly inventive ways. There are dungeons and bosses. But! But the more I play the more I realise that Chicory is actually nothing like Zelda....






  • OS: 7+
  • Processor: Toaster or better
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Pretty good
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Absolutely, yes
  • Additional Notes: This game is heckin' good





  • Processor: We strongly recommend you use a computer rather than a toaster






  • OS: 10.7+
  • Processor: 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or better
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Heck yeah dude
  • Additional Notes: It's really super good, play it


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