Jun 18, 2012

Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers Video Review


Script: Hello, this is Nick from Organized Remains, reviewing Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers. It's available for PC on Steam for $9.99 and will take up around 2 gigs.

So who's Tiny and who's Big? You play as Tiny, trying to fight his brother Big for Grandpa's Leftovers. Leftovers - as in a magical pair of underpants that Big wears on his head. With this magical pair of underpants, Big can fly around and throw giant rocks at you.

Getting rocks thrown at you isn't fun, but you have some ways to fight back as you climb mountains to get to your brother. First off, you have a hook that can drag objects around. Second, you have a rocket that can latch onto an object and push it, or hurl it into the distance. And third, my personal favorite, the laser. The laser can cut through rocks, cliff sides, and doors! It becomes very handy.

The point of each level is to cut, pull, and rocket your way up to the top of the level, or in some cases - down. Big can fly around so he has no problem getting to places, but you can't and must use your given devices to make your way around. This is what I love about the game. There are so many solutions to get around that every time you play you can try new things.

Tiny and Big will take you around 2-to-4 hours depending on how fast you are at figuring out a way to the end, and how much exploring you do. For people that like to explore: this game is an excellent way to do some exploring. You can collect stones that are scattered around the level, collect new songs to play on your radio, and other secrets. I also must add that the music in this game is wonderful.

Final Say: Tiny and Big is an original game that has a good sense of humor to it. The levels looks great, and the game mechanics are a lot of fun to play around with. For $9.99 this is a no brainer. Go get this game. It'll take you around 2 to 4 hours, but there is a lot of replay value.

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