This is a list of minor characters in Tattletail. Minor characters either have little to no bearing on the gameplay/story, or do not make a major appearance in-game.
The Phone Announcer is an unseen character in Tattletail. When the player answers the phone on December 24th, 1998, her voice is heard announcing something, which is possibly an announcement for the Baby Talking Tattletail toy line, though the recording is severely glitchy.
The phone call.
Dad is the Protagonist's father. Very little is known about him, other than from a single photo. He is not seen or heard in-game, leading many players to assume he is either divorced, working away from home or deceased.
The Protagonist's Sibling
Not much is known about the Protagonist's sibling, besides there being a few photos arounds the house featuring them with the Protagonist. Much like the Protagonist, their name is not revealed. They are not seen in-game despite the Protagonist owning a double bed, leading many players to assume they are deceased.
The Protagonist's Cat
Not much is known about the Protagonist's cat, other than during the time of the game it's dead.
Dead commercial Guy
In the Tattletail commercial there's a dead guy laying motionless on several of the cameras, the model reveals he's some type of cop or security guard.
The note writer is a person who writes notes to the player during the Kaleidoscope campaign. Their identity is unknown, but from their knowledge of Tattletails, it is possible that they are a Waygetter Electronics employee.
Night-Night and Snowglobe
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Night-Night is a black-colored Tattletail.
Night-Night will be sitting deactivated on the Protagonist's dresser where the television usually is. A task saying "Check Tattletail" will pop up. Doing so will show the player Night-Night's manufacturing tag.
Snowglobe is a white-colored Tattletail.
Snowglobe will be sitting on the dining room table, deactivated. A task saying "Check Tattletail" will pop up. Doing so will show the player Snowglobe's manufacturing tag.
- Although Night-Night and Snowglobe never open their eyes, it is likely that they both have amber eyes, rather than blue, since the Tattletail box shows the white and black Tattletails having amber-colored eyes.
|Mom • The Protagonist • Mama Tattletail • Baby Talking Tattletail • Educational Baby Talking Tattletail • Waygetter Electronics • Yellow and Blue Talking Tattletails • Minor Characters|