The Henry Stickmin Collection is a choose-your-own-path game created by Puffballs United and developed by InnerSloth. It was released on Steam on August 7th 2020. The game includes remastered versions of the first five games in the series, with a new game called Completing the Mission alongside it.
The Henry Stickmin Collection Rating
User Score: 9.3 / 10
The Henry Stickmin Collection Reviews
The nostalgia is what fuelled this entire game. Love the added challenges and achievements. With old gags of fart jokes & satire. One of the best qualities is the references to pop-culture. From memes and past music and film. Looking forward to any new games along the way.
Gift from friend.
Good game. Well worth the 10 hours I’ve spent on it. Collection is episodic with the beginning ones feeling kind of thrown together. Story development gets better as well as the delivery. Really enjoyed how the last episode comprises all possible combinations of outcomes of the prior 2 episodes to play out.
Once you are done playing out the stories, this game has replayability in the form of a “Where’s Waldo” Simulator. At least half of the time I’ve spent is just trying to locate people. Only recommended for those trying for 100%.
Even without the added nostalgia of the Stickmin games, this entire collection is just stupid fun.
Completing the Mission is a great way to continue and/or end the series, with the vast number of routes available based on the previous two games' endings.
Some nitpicks, the bio mechanic gets a little rough in the later games if you’re going for 100%, considering the sheer number of characters there are. If you didn’t get one the first time and weren’t keeping track, you’re gonna have a hard time tracking down where they were.
And $15 is just a little much though, considering a 100% run only takes somewhere along the lines of 6-8 hours if you’re going in casually.
Still, great game all around, could not recommend it enough if you’re looking for a fun time killer, or have fond memories of past Stickmin games.
He Do Big Screm
These games were a huge part of my childhood and I’m glad to see them all revamped. My only gripe is that it’s not very long and can be completed in only a few hours. I’m also sad to see that there won’t be any more stickmin games, but I suppose it’s for the best. I look forward to seeing what games puffballs will create in the future.
This is a masterpiece
I had a lot of fun Replaying all of my Childhood stickmin games, and then playing the final game of the series.
When I first found out that Completing the mission was in fact the last Henery game I was a little sad because I really did not want the series to come to its end, But after playing it I have found that it is a perfect way to wrap of the series. They can never make another stickmin game, and I would be happy.
Worth every penny, though if it goes on discount I wouldn’t be complaining. Has every piece of nostalgia from when I played the flash games back as a little kid, and the redone animation makes it look smoother and even better than before.
Great Game. I remember playing the games all the way to Fleeing the Complex and I must say Completing the Mission has to be the best out of all of them and the way the game is set up is that you have to do them in order and I love that.
Overall I would rate this game a solid 11/10
Why 11? because 12 would break the laws of space and time.
This game is $15, yet only gives you 4 hours of game play if you get all the fails and endings. I have had this for a few months and i have not touched it at all after playing it in 1 day. You could go for all the achievements, and some do have unique things that happen, but in no way effect the story. But even then, you could just look those up on youtube, and not have to go through the trouble of doing them. Also on the topic of youtube, you could look up a full complete play through, without needing to buy the game, you could just watch for the story. I have had prior experience with the flash games, and while they revamped everything, its basically just the same as the free flash games, for $15. If they ever knock down the price to around $7.50, then i would give the game a positive review.
The game is great, but the price is in no way justifiable for the 4 hours you get. You can watch it all on youtube, otherwise it is just clicking your way through the game. After having the game for a few months, i have not touched it since the day i completed it, which was also the day i got it. I cannot recommend this game until the price is changed, otherwise, it is great.
The game is $15 and gives 4 hours of playtime. The game could be watched on youtube as you just click through the story. I cannot recommend this game until the price is changed.
I’m not gonna pretend this is the best game ever, it is what it is: A short experience that you play throught once and then you have no reason to replay it…But that’s more than ok, because the one time you play it is enough. It’s a very funny and well executed game! Not perfect, to be honest they could have treated Ellie as her own character and not one that only exists in the last game only if you interacted with her in some way in the previous, but it is still a very good experience to go thought! I highly recomend this game, i personally give it an 8.5/10
Your Average Fortnite Hater
This is how you do a remake properly. I played these games on Newgrounds when I was a little kid, and enjoyed them a lot. I later revisited these games when I got older, and I enjoyed them even more. So, when I saw they were making a remastered collection of these childhood memories, PLUS a new game, I was hyped. It was a great experience, and I had laughs all the way. It was also really fun understanding all the references. Completing the Mission was also a GREAT conclusion to the series. Although this game is great, some people might think it is a scam. Well, I think there are several reasons to buy it. 1. Adobe Flash Player is ending soon, so if you want to play the originals beyond 2021, you have to play it on some other website or use Newgrounds Player. (This is not really a big deal, but still.) 2. This game has a lot of new features. Bios, new achievements, and a whole new game, which is about three times bigger than Fleeing the Complex. 3. Buying this game is a way to say thank you to PuffballsUnited and InnerSloth for making this great game. So, in my opinion, this game is totally worth it. And if you’re not happy with the price, you can always wait for a sale. I would rate this game 9.4/10. This is a great way to relieve childhood memories, along with some great new features. Like I said, this game shows how to do a remake/remaster the right way. (Also, Charles has the best plans EVER.)
As someone who grew up playing the original Flash games at the computer lab in school, playing this collection has been a wonderful trip through the games that influenced my sense of humor. Plus, the new game “Completing the Mission” was a welcome surprise and truly felt like a worthy conclusion to this franchise. Pick it up if you can, the price is worth it.
I’ve enjoyed the few hours I spent playing this game so much more than the many hours I’ve spent watching people play Inner Sloth’s other popular game: Among Us. (though I do enjoy that too)
After playing all the previous games in their respective flash versions throughout the years, and thoroughly enjoying them, I was at first disappointed to see that the final game in the series would not be free, so I put it on my wishlist to see when it would be on sale. While playing it, I could tell how years between this game and the last had culminated into this final product. Completing the Mission is a Masterpiece funnier than any of PuffballsUnited’s previous games by far. This game has so much more than all the rest, but it also remembers everything that happened in the previous games AND USES IT IN THE MOST SATISFYING WAY!! If ANY of PuffballsUnited’s previous games made you chuckle, play the rest of them, and Completing the Mission will kill you with laughter.
I highly recommend this game is played before watching some streamer or youtuber play it. Watch them after, it’ll still be fun, but there’s no replacing picking the game up for yourself and experiencing it for the first time.
Absolutely love these games! Been a fan of them ever since I saw Markiplier playing them; my go to videos if I need a good laugh. I even introduced these to my boyfriend and he also had fun with these; I’m holding off on the last game so that we can play together. My only criticism for the collection is that when they updated the games with new graphics and such the also removed or changed certain jokes, scenes, and music so I ended up not enjoying at as much as the original. Still worth the buy just to support Puffball and his games.
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A wave of nostalgia came in when I played this game, so you could say I’m a little biased with my review.
But don’t worry, you can enjoy this game without playing the previous flash versions. Funny choices, great references and different story paths. I liked how the choices from previous games could be combined to create completely different outcomes on the final chapter. Pleasantly surprised about that.
Achievements do require some time to get, but you’ll have fun getting them. Some are hard to get, I recommend having an achievement guide handy once you complete all the paths on your own.
Two “bad” things: Bios were a bit tedious to get (especially in the last chapter) and I felt like the jokes on the last chapter were not as good as before (which is understandable). I can’t think of much else.
Anyway. If you played the game, I hope you enjoyed it and if you’re planning on buying this game, do it and enjoy it too. Support this guys.
I loved playing the Henry Stickmin games back when they were all Flash based. It’s still hard to believe that all of those old flash games will just disappear when 2021 comes around. However, we won’t have to worry about these classics being lost to time, as all 5 have been beautifully remastered into how they appear in this collection. The difference in the visual quality is night and day. And that doesn’t even get into the fact that there is an added 6th game for this collection “Complete the Mission”, which uses the timelines you’ve gone through in “Infiltrating the Airship” and “Fleeing the Complex” into one magnum opus for the franchise.
If you ever pick up this game, I 100% recommend getting all the achievements.
This is an amazing game. I would totally recommend this to someone who hasn’t played a flash Henry Stickmin game before. It is my favorite series of choose your own adventure game.
For those of you who played this before, I still would recommend you giving it a try. There are a bunch of new endings that utilized what you chose to do in the previous game. Some of the endings are shorter but that is to be expected with so many different choices.
I will say it is a little pricey, so if you are patient, hunt for a sale. I got it 20% off and had 4 hours of playtime to get 100% completion
I remember playing bits and pieces of the flash games when I was younger. Very fun game and it’s nice to see it all put into one complete package with each consecutive episode outdoing the last. The sheer amount of references in this game is astounding and some of them are outright hilarious. Pretty short game even after spending time getting all achievements, but well worth the price even when not on sale.
When I bought this game, I WAS expecting to have fun, but I thought I’ll regret paying this much.
Never before have I been so wrong.
I have BARELY any nostalgia for this series, I only remember playing Stealing the Diamond as a kid and getting only the UB ending. I also watched some of it on YouTube. Other than that, I had ZERO experience with this series.
Well, I don’t remember when was a last time a game made me this happy. The game has good humor, the plot starts to get really amazing on Infliltrating the Airship, and the game can actually be really emotional at some parts. While I don’t like every ending, none of them are bad (except TCW but TCW doesn’t exist to me). The fails can be really hilarious, and some of the correct choices are also really hilarious, sometimes even things that shouldn’t work somehow work. This game just reeks of the old flash era, and it proves that that era aged well despite being almost 2 decades old. The character design isn’t revolutionary or anything, but it does the job well, the character animation is really fluid and nice, and the environments can be just straight up beatiful. (Especially the Jungle Base in CtM)
There’s one problem I have with this game though. It has a habit of crashing. It doesn’t happen that often, but it’s still annoying. Although that’s just a minor nitpick.
Overall, I CANNOT recommend this game ENOUGH. As I said, I expected it to be not worth the price, but it was worth every penny. I get that you can play almost all the games in your web browser, or pirate the game, but PLEASE, DON’T DO THAT. PuffballsUnited worked his damn ass off this game, and he deserves all the money he got from this game so far. When I beat the game, I just wanted more of it. I can’t wait for the next thing Puffballs has in store for us.
final score: 12/10.
I played the original series on stick page, when i was younger. Incredibly impressed with this remaster, new animations and easter eggs. Not only does it actually do its job as a remaster (looking at you, Sniper Elite 2..) but it adds an additional chapter, finalizing the story line(probably). Overall the game is incredibly enjoyable, even if you already have played it before. However, even with these positives, this is practically a choose your own adventure type of game. What this means is, once you have done every route, and seen every fail, there’s not much else to do, unless you grind for achivements. Regardless, this is 100% an experience worth having.