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telltale

1. any of various indicators or recording devices used to monitor a process, machine, etc.
2. Nautical
a. another word for dogvane
b. one of a pair of light vanes mounted on the main shrouds of a sailing boat to indicate the apparent direction of the wind

telltale

[′tel‚tāl]
(engineering)
A marker on the outside of a tank that indicates on an exterior scale the amount of fluid inside the tank.

telltale

Any device designed to indicate movement of formwork.
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Although the Telltale series appears to be taking most of the same elements from 2014 film, the game itself might not tie in with the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Telltale plots, while exquisite in their storytelling, generally only offer an illusion of choice, but the games tend to hide that revelation until last in the final episode.
Creative Communications Manager at Telltale Games Laura Perusco took to the official Telltale website this week to announce the extended first look at the game's two-episode premiere and the preorder bonuses that fans can take advantage of.
In what could only be considered a risky decision, Telltale seems to be using well-known characters in its plot but giving them different histories with different agendas.
In a statement, Telltale said that the ending of Episode 4 will leave players in "very different places" depending on the decisions they make in the third act.
Game developer Telltale is working on a Guardians of the Galaxy game, according to a document of games that are in-development circulated by (https://www.
The typical hallmarks of underground blasts--increases in radiation and telltale vibrations in Earth's crust, atmosphere, or oceans (SN: 7/14/01, p.