I love world building and immersive experiences. I am a casual gamer and love to pick up, explore and collect, and put back down. I was browsing the settings of the new Chicory and was ELATED to see that there’s an option to skip the boss fights!! So I can play the puzzles, talk to all of the characters, and play the game without the stress of needing a skill.
If you are looking for a casual and fun puzzle with a lovely storyline and unique visuals, Chicory has been great!
I’m about 18 hours into the game and absolutely enamored with it. I haven’t seen any posts about it on this subreddit, so I need to give it the love it deserves!
The main portion of the game is similar to a top-down Zelda adventure. You’ll explore different locales (jungles, beaches, mountains, towns, etc), solve clever puzzles, gain new skills, and take down bosses. It’s all very well designed, but…
What really makes the game shine are the Animal Crossing-like characters and side quests. Every character in this game is SO dang cute that I can’t help but talk to every single one and help them with their problems. I’ve cleaned up trash around the overworld to exchange for plants I can place, helped decorate a rooftop party, solved a mystery involving stolen hotel furniture, taken images to fill a gallery, designed a logo for a pizza shop, delivered letters, found lost kittens… and so much more!
And I haven’t even mentioned that the game is essentially your coloring book! It is incredibly relaxing to listen to the wonderful music and paint the world with different brush styles and colors.
I could honestly go on and on and on… but I’ll stop now to spare you all the reading.
TL;DR: Chicory: A Colorful Tale is one of the best gaming experiences on the Switch and I hope that more people give it a chance.
I am of the age where most of the obscure references made in the show make sense to me, such as Marshall McLuhan, Dynaflow, Judge Crater et. al., but I never did understand "the coffee with the chicory". You might ask, "Why don't you do a google search you fucking stunad?!" I would, but the cookie shit makes me nervous. So, I chose to sit around, backwards and ignorant with my thumb up my ass, until Monday night, during the Dolphins-Saints game when one of the announcers talked about the New Orleans tradition of chicory coffee. The cobwebs had finally been lifted after 20 fucking years and I connected the code words being used by The Lord of the Lenses to tell Johnny Sack that he was referring to Bayou Leasing in Louisiana. It's like an albacore has been lifted from around my neck.
Anyone have any references they just don't understand and are too slow to use the internet?
Playing this game will make you cut your cock off.
Hi everyone! I'm looking for a new game to play and stumbled upon Chicory. I absolutely loved Celeste and Lena Raine is my favourite composer, so it has that going for it. I'm also a huge fan of Deltarune and Hollow Knight, so if it has similarity to those that's great too.
What kind of gameplay does it have? For some reason watching the trailers didn't give me a good idea of it.
Picked up some caffeine free Cinnamon Apple Spice Tea which smells amazing, however when I sipped it I was immediately struck by how sweet it tasted. Checking the ingredients I noticed Roasted Chicory and Roasted Carob. A cursory search indicated they both can add sweetness and do contain carbs, however when brewed as a tea would this contribution be negligible or is it adding an unknown, potentially significant amount of carbs?? The sweetness just seemed too good/strong to be without extraneous carbs. Any input is greatly appreciated.
I was so excited to come across individual packets of no sugar added candy cane hot chocolate. The packaged contained 6 grams of carbs and 6 grams of fibre and it was sweetened with sucralose and chicory root fibre.
Well... i made one cup..enjoyed it and was so excited to have it for xmas. But now my stomach is FULL of gas. I mean the kind that could set a fire if you put a blow torch next to it. My belly is DISTENDED. Ive gone from looking like a little can of busted,deflated biscuits to now looking like im going to give birth in a month or two.
Is this a normal response to chicory root fibre? Anyone else have issues with it?
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Hey, I'm planning on doing a perennial base in my food plots of clover and chicory next fall. Does anybody have experience with any of the big commercial blends? Looking at Whitetail Institute Fusion, Pennington Powerhouse, and Tecomate Monster Mix.
Don't know if there's much of a difference, all are proprietary giant white clover and forage chicory. I may just go with the best bulk price, which is looking like Tecomate's mangers' line.