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Police Quest II converted to Point & Click interface (Spanish only I think)

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Mr. Coo is the creation of the Spanish animator Nacho Rodriguez, to the point that I have seen him somewhere before, but I can't recall where.

Anyway, he's about to star in his own point 'n click adventure game, "The Many Pieces of Mr. Coo", where he ends up getting chopped into three pieces (head, torso and feet) and must use his three pieces a la Gobliiins to solve the puzzles he faces.

The game is out now on Steam, but below you can see the first chapter being played.

 

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Mr. Coo is the creation of the Spanish animator Nacho Rodriguez, to the point that I have seen him somewhere before, but I can't recall where.

Anyway, he's about to star in his own point 'n click adventure game, "The Many Pieces of Mr. Coo", where he ends up getting chopped into three pieces (head, torso and feet) and must use his three pieces a la Gobliiins to solve the puzzles he faces.

The game is out now on Steam, but below you can see the first chapter being played.


This looks like a really fucked up version of Lost Vikings.
 

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Mr. Coo is the creation of the Spanish animator Nacho Rodriguez, to the point that I have seen him somewhere before, but I can't recall where.
Maybe you are reminded of the little guy from La Linea.
He is only drawn in silhouette instead of a full body, but general design and movement seem very similar to Mr. Coo (judging from the few excerpts of your posted video, that I've watched).

 

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No, DEFINITELY not La Linea.

I have seen Mr. Coo, as seen in the video (may be in a different color), in an animated feature, doing things.

But what things? That I can't remember. Looking at things, yes... but little more.
 

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