Teacup is a very cute and wholesome narrative adventure. You play as a young frog, the titular Teacup. She is on an adventure to find enough tea for her tea party.
The game plays like a very simple point and click adventure. You move Teacup around with the arrow keys, interact with objects, and talk to other anthropomorphic animals. You run into a simple mini game every once in a while in order to progress and obtain some tea.
The game play is very light and the main core of the game is in the dialogues with other characters. It does a great job of portraying life in an idyllic countryside, filled with the mundane and insignificant things and events that often have great meaning in life. For the gamers where this sort of content doesn’t appeal to them, I’m afraid there’s not much else to the game so it definitely won’t be for them.
Overall, Teacup was an enjoyable and uplifting romp. I ran into some very wholesome and positive messages in the game that were quite encouraging to me. The game is very short and can be completed in about two hours and is dialogue heavy so take that as you will.