- Summary: The Tiny Bang Story is set on the fictitious world, Tiny Planet. When an asteroid hits, its fragile world breaks into pieces. You'll have to recover its lost beauty and help the population of Tiny Planet. Through five chapters, you'll solve numerous puzzles and fix imaginative machines in a point & click environment.… Expand
This is a very casual and relaxing puzzle game for all ages. The whimsical artwork and airy soundtrack made it an pleasant escape. The puzzles are challenging enough to be fun, but not impossible. I could see how the die hard puzzle fanatics would fine this too simple, but for just the casual enthusiast, it offers plenty of enjoyment.… Expand
Beautiful artwork and soundtrack. Mostly logical, but can be frustrating when you miss one object. Some of the puzzles are very difficult for me, I'm not sure how someone can finish in an hour without cheating. Felt a little anticlimactic at the end in that the last puzzle is by no means the hardest. Still I enjoyed the game overall and liked the music and artwork. Well worth the money I paid for it (it was on sale).… Expand
It is beautiful and enjoyable to play. The puzzles are interesting, and some are pretty challenging, but not annoying. But the gaming experience is not very consistent some designs are not very friendly, and could be improved. The biggest flaw is the length. I think most people can finish it in 5 hours. With the inconsistent experience and very short play through, the price of $10 is pretty-overpriced. Fortunately, steam frequently offers very greatly deals of indie games, and you can get it at less than $3, which I think is very worthy.… Expand
4The game and sounds are beautiful, but very short. Playing time is less than 1 hr. Consider this and compare with the price you are offered. For what I paid it was way, WAY overpriced for that duration.
Some of the "puzzles" are in my opinion horribly simple and seem to be there only the make the game longer.… Expand