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Tales of the Tiny Planet
Genre:Puzzle Developer: Pixelsplit
The game Tiny Planet developed by Pixelsplit which is a one-touch physics puzzle game which is reminiscent of the classic Rolando games which was once popular years ago. If you really enjoyed games like Motif, pigeon Wings then you’ll get a kick out of Tales of the Tiny Planet. Its really a interesting game to help take your mind off of things
Life’s been rather stressful for us in many ways, so I’ve been spending more time with mobile games across various platforms. However, most of my gaming time is still on my iphone, just because my phones is always with us. My favorite genre to play are puzzles, since they keep our mind sharp but they’re still relaxing to play. Plus, the’re easy to put away if we are busy to some important work. While I saw Tales of the Tiny Planet, I was astonished by its design and theme and had to get my hands on it. It’s definitely a title that does not disappoint game lovers.
Visually, Tales of the Tiny Planet sports a rather cute and minimal artistic approach. Evertying in ame rendered in 2D, though there are subtle also beautiful backgrounds that add some depth overall. The foreground is focused more and given attention, and there’s plenty of geometric shapes spreaded everywhere, yet the planets are oddly adorable. the colors in the game usually ranged from soft pastels to muted and earthy tones to more vibrant shades, so it all meshes together well and is treat to the eyes. speaking about soundtrack which is rather whimsical with delightful sound effects and Animations are smooth and fluid. Like many other puzzle game Tales of the Tiny Planet is level-based. It has got 5 chapter, with 12 stages in each, so there’s 60 puzzles for you to solve with the initial download. However, the developers have given opinion on developing more stages will arrive in a future update.
The goal of each level is pretty straightforward: guide the planet along the stage and reach the portal to move on to the next area and reunite with friends. However, it’s easier said than done, of course, especially when you throw in spikes, enemies, and other dangers into the mix. Players are able to earn up to three stars on each stage, depending on how fast they complete it. There’s also a time limit, as shown in the upper left, so you’d better be fast.
The controls in Tales of the Tiny Planet are as simple as they come. On each stage, players are in charge of all of the moving parts, which activate all at once with a long-press. You have to figure out the movement patters and time everything perfectly in order to get the planet character to the portal. And with the countdown, timing is critical, especially if you’re a perfectionist and need three stars for every level.
While Tales of the Tiny Planet looks easy, it’s rather challenging. There isn’t much time on each stage, so you have to learn the patterns and then be quick on your toes. There will be a lot of replays to do if you’re going for three stars, and it instills that “just one more go” mentality, so there’s a bit of replay value.
Tales of the Tiny Planet is a cute game that is enjoyable for anyone. The graphics are colorful and endearing, with a charming soundtrack to listen to as you play. The controls are perfect and optimized for touch screens, requiring just one touch. Despite the cutesy appearance, Tales of the Tiny Planet is challenging, even for seasoned puzzle fans, because of the limited amount of time you have to finish a stage. There’s plenty of content for the initial price, so it’s a decent enough value.
While Tales of the Tiny Planet is overall a great little game, it can get a bit frustrating. If you are not the type of person who wants to replay a single stage multiple times in an attempt to meet the three star requirement, then it may be too difficult.
Even though I only started with Tales of the Tiny Planet earlier today, it’s been quite enjoyable so far. I am a sucker for physics puzzle games, so I knew that I had to get this one, and I’m not disappointed! The planets are lovely, and the game mechanics are fun and challenging. This is definitely one I’ll be returning to time and time again, and I eagerly await more levels in the future.