The Tiny Bang Story
By Colibri Games
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Life on Tiny Planet was calm and carefree until a great disaster occurred - Tiny Planet was hit by a meteor! The world fell apart and now its future depends only on you! Use your imagination and creativity: in order to restore Tiny Planet and help its inhabitants you will have to fix a variety of machines and mechanisms as well as solve puzzles in each of the five chapters of this game. Navigation is simple and intuitive. It doesn't distract you from the witty brain teasers, and you will be able to fully immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of the game.
There is no text in this game. It is fun for all ages and suitable for the whole family!
Five vastly different chapters and over 30 exciting brain teasers (minigames)
A bright, gorgeous world drawn entirely by hand
Absorbing game play and simple navigation
10 enchanting musical themes
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What's New in Version 1.1
Minor bugs fixed.
Tiny bang, tiny price
OK, first off, I thoroughly enjoyed this game (I wrote a review for the "Lite" version already). It has truly lovely graphics, and charming and not too overwhelming background music (I hate having video game music stuck in my head). The hidden object aspect of the game is fine. Some easy finds to get you going and some quite difficult ones at times to keep you from feeling TOO patronized. The puzzles within the game (20 in all) range from quite simple to maddening (more of the simple than the maddening), with logic games, jigsaws, and (very) old school little video games mixed in. At the end of the entire game, you have the option of going back and playing any of the little internal games as often as you please. I came here to buy the full version at 2.99, thinking, ok, even if it's short, I enjoyed the lite version enough to shell out 2.99 for a few extra levels. And lo and behold, it's now 99 cents. Having gone through all five levels, I still think it would have been worth the 2.99, but never in a million years would pay the 9.99 that it seems to have been in the past. Frankly, I'm not a massive fan of hidden object games, and this one has a few extra features which won me over, but I'm quite happy with it being a mere five inexpensive levels.
Want more games like it, but a little short.
I really enjoy hidden object/puzzle games and this is, by far, one of my favorites. It's unique in that there is no guidance that pushes you along, but it's not so difficult that you can't figure it out on your own. I got stuck a couple of times, but when I finally figured out what to do, it felt like a decent accomplishment. (And for those who get too frustrated, you can google walk-throughs for the game). The soundtrack is beautiful, relaxing and really transports you into the tiny world. I went to Calibri's website to download the soundtrack for myself. I didn't have any issues with game play, nor did it ever crash on me. I only wish that the game had a few more levels of play as it seemed to end sooner than I expected. For the length of gameplay, $9.99 was a little pricey, but the quality of the game made up for it. I hope Calibri Games comes out with more games like this one very soon.
Fun, Surprising, Well-worth the money
Really sorry to see Tiny Bang end. Enjoyed the clever puzzles and characters. A few very fun surprises. The puzzles were pretty fresh, never lazy, not the same old stuff I've seen before. I'm not a fantastic puzzle solver, but I mainly understood all the puzzles (except one) with a little effort. Only one puzzle I thought bordered on unfair, but, on the other hand, I probably would have understood better had I not taken a break between puzzles. No clumsy, goofy story to read and clutter up the progression of the game. Very clean, quick but also challenging play. I played it off-and-on for four days. It was more than I expected for $10. What can you do for $10 these days? I had a lot of fun with this. Well worth the money.