- Summary: Tiny & Big, a comic styled jump and slice platformer, gives you the unique ability to shape a whole world at your will! You are Tiny, a nerdy inventor who tries to reclaim his most beloved possession: Grandpa's white, fine rib underpants! On his journey through a forsaken desert he will meet mysterious creatures, no clowns, a taxi robot and his arch enemy: Big!… Expand
10Fracking awesome game. One of the most inventive I've ever played. The pure fun you can have by just destroying the terrain is just.... OVER 9000!
The difficulty scales pretty well too :D
Tiny and Big could use a sandbox mode where you just place WHATEVER you want. That would make the game 10x awesomer :D… Expand
There is nothing on the market that delivers the kind of experience you get from this game. The art and music are memorable and enjoyable. The game play is innovative and unique and the story is, while a bit shallow, enjoyable. The comic style art was flawlessly executed. The game simply looks good. From the open areas bright areas to the enclosed dark ones, the art style never fails to deliver. Visually, the game is wonderful. The soundtracks fit in perfectly with the game. I enjoyed almost every track. The game play is what really grabs you. The slicing, pulling and rocketing is an incredible mechanic that gives you unrivaled flexibility in the game. Since almost everything can be manipulated, it gives new meaning to "the world is your playground". You can choose the paths the developers created for you and drag a block here and cut a block there or have some fun, explore and be creative. This is where the game shines. That being said, one big gripe i have about the game play is the controls. The movement feels very clunky and when you're trying to inch along a narrow beam, you'll frequently accidentally step too far and die. I'd say 80% of my deaths were these kinds. Luckily its no huge deal since the respawns are instant. No load times between deaths, no nothing. Just bam! There you are. And the checkpoints are frequent enough that dying is far from the end of the world. The game does get a little repetitive if you try to play it all in one sitting. If you take this game in pieces, you'll enjoy every bit of it. The story is incredibly simple but gains a surprising amount of depth. It is simply this: You are Tiny, your brother, Big, stole your grandpa's magical underwear (and has decided to wear it on his head) and has gone a bit nuts. You have to get to him and take your underwear back. In the last level, the game actually develops a bit of depth and all the stuff around you starts to have some meaning. It was a surprisingly pleasant discovery. The ending is pretty good too. Not the greatest I've ever seen but good. Overall, for delivering a fun and memorable experience, I give it an 8. 2 points were docked for the minor control issue and the occasional feeling of tedium.… Expand
6This is a unique game with a very good style. To be honest the art sold me this. As a gaming experience it's not as satisfying as I expected it would be. To cut it short, I haven't felt really challenged throughout the game. The puzzles are pretty easy and manipulating the surroundings is getting routine after a while. My other problem was the sloppy camera movement. If you are easily nauseated, avoid this game. I can't play it for more than half an hour at a time, because it makes me dizzy. It would have been nice to see more variety of environments too. All in all it's a good effort but if I were you and I wanted to play this game, I would wait for a price drop.… Expand
Boring and uninteresting. The graphics are disgusting in this game, i know it's trying to look like a comic, but that doesn't give it an excuse. To try to hide the bad textures, they devs just added tons of black lines to everything which ends up just making it look worse. The game also prides it self on its supposed awesome indie music. I personally couldn't stand listening to any of the tracks provided and found myself deliberately not picking up the music tapes so i could play in peace. On top of this, the story is incoherent and boring. the controls are unintuitive and I'd often find myself doing one thing when i meant to do another. Add this to the strange bug where your character won't walk in a straight line when going up or down an incline, just makes moving around a chore. The worst part of the game however is its camera, which is downright terrible. The character is placed so close to the crosshair, that it's incredibly difficult to see what's going on right in front of you, and this makes certain segments of the game immensely frustrating, especially one of the arcade minigames. Overall, it's not a terrible game, but it's definitely not a good one either. It gets a 4 because at no point in the game did I enjoy myself.… Expand
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