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Tales of the Tiny Planet

 

  

SCORE: 70

Tales of the Tiny Planet 

 

In a country not that far away, not very long ago Family Friendly Gaming was emailed two digital download codes for Tales of the Tiny Planet on the Nintendo Switch. This physics puzzle video game contains six planets. Each planet has twelve levels. Once you get enough stars to open the twelfth level. Beat that twelfth level and you can go to the next world. Until you have reached all of the planets.

The more I played Tales of the Tiny Planet the more difficult it became. Some levels were simple to understand. Other levels require a degree of finesse. If you are unable to beat a level then you are stuck. There is no skipping unless you unlocked the twelfth level. I found myself breezing through certain levels and failing other levels. What we do in Tales of the Tiny Planet is interesting. Didn't I explain that already?

We have an orb or multiple orbs in Tales of the Tiny Planet. The goal is to get the orb(s) to the black hole looking area. Some of ya'll may think of apps since there are plenty of physic puzzler apps that do just that as well. Tales of the Tiny Planet is on the Nintendo Switch. Yes I know there are plenty of apps that have been ported to the Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Switch. We have colored platforms that can be moved when we press a button in Tales of the Tiny Planet. Sometimes it is as simple as moving a platform out of the way. Other times we need to launch the orb(s) with the platforms.

The faster you complete a level in Tales of the Tiny Planet the better. Why does speed matter in Tales of the Tiny Planet? It is how we are scored. Players can earn one, two, or three stars in Tales of the Tiny Planet. The faster you complete the level the more stars you will get. Remember those stars unlock the final level in each world. Do well enough and you can skip some levels.

The modes in Tales of the Tiny Planet are Play, Co op, How to Play, Achievements, and Credits. The little orbs will explode if you bring them into contact with things like spikes, or if you run out of time. The music is different. The graphics are minimalist. Technically the music is as well. Tales of the Tiny Planet is definitely an indie video game. There are no hints if you get stuck. Figure it out or give up.
- Mark

 

Graphics: 70%
Sounds: 70%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Nintendo Switch
Publisher: Joindots
Developer: Pixelsplit
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product


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