“I’m interested to see how the simple gameplay transforms over The Last Tinker‘s approximately eight hours, but the big standout in my hour or so with the game was the world of Colortown. Everything feels so vibrant, so tactile and textured. Paper is peeling off of an old inn. Wind chimes are made of cardboard. NPCs are colorful and expressive, talking like Banjo-Kazooie characters. The world is all the more impressive considering Mimimi Productions is comprised of just 11 people.”
If you have any fondness for the classic PS2 action-platformers like Sly Cooper, Ratchet and Clank, or Jak and Daxter, or you’re sick of your games being a mix between brown, gray, or brownish-gray keep your eye on The Last Tinker. It’s coming to Windows, Mac, and Linux this summer.
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