Misc. A Tiny Tale Is A Brilliant Adventure That Calls Back To The Past

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Kyle Blooicide

Publish Date:

15 Apr 2021

Imagine a game that crossed Pikmin with Banjo Kazooie, would not that be awesome! Well, the good news is, the indie community has an answer for that. More specifically developers Tinyware Games has an answer for that! Misc. A Tiny Tale. In this amazing little adventure, you play in a world where tiny robots, as small as the grass, live in our gardens, exploring a world that is seemingly much bigger than ours. Just check out the trailer above then it will all become much clearer!

A Huge Adventure:

Protagonist Buddy, a tiny robot made of miscellaneous items, lives amongst huge ruins of the past. Being a tiny robot, these ‘ruins of the past’ are actually litter and junk that humanity has dropped onto the earth left to waste away. After a huge mysterious explosion Buddy, his trusty best friend Bagboy, and his peculiar cat, together embark on a wonderful adventure, full of quirky unique characters, lots of cogs and extreme cuteness.

Tiny Gameplay:

Misc. A Tiny Tale is a celebration of a time where arguably the best 3D platformers were being released. Misc. takes inspiration from the greats of this genre such as Spyro, Banjo Kazooie and Mario 64. The game is built up of unique chapters which players progress through to get to the end, but along the way will meet new characters, unlock new items and reveal more parts to the story.

The gameplay its self has the player navigating the world as an insect size robot. Grass towers above you like city skyscrapers, the litter of humanity has been warped by a civilisation of small characters to become in world items, such as buildings, weapons and fuel. Playing as Buddy, players will navigate this huge world and will be required to do a multitude of things, but most importantly, find collectable cogs to spend at the different CanDo! Stores across each chapter. -Psstt- You can get silly hats there too! -Psstt-

Misc. Features:

  • Stunning colourful visuals built from the ground up in Unreal Engine 4.

  • Collect cogs and items to unlock new chapters.

  • Discover and help a wide cast of unique characters across your journey.

  • Jump into underground platforming challenges to test your skills.

  • Explore the mindset of Buddy & Bagboy through detailed cutscenes.

  • Collect nuts to spend at the "CanDo!" stores across each chapter.

In Summary:

Buddy and Bagboy look incredibly cute, and better yet the game that they feature in looks solid. The visual are super pretty, the design is really fun and when watching the trailer above, you can see that this game has been made with so much love and attention towards those classic hits mentioned above. If you’re as excited as we are, then go Wishlist the game on Steam, which actually helps developers like Tinyware Games so much! AND IT'S FREE TO DO! And be sure to check out their website here.

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