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I am very thankful that Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download copy of Tinykin on the Xbox Series X. Tinykin can also be found on the Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox One. Tinykin is a mixture of Paper Mario and Pikmin. We have this space man character who gets stuck on a planet. The visuals are done in a Paper Mario kind of style. We befriend the Tinykin that help us in a plethora of ways. For example Tinykin can blow things up, carry things, become ladders and more. We find these eggs that Tinykin come out of all over the 3D levels. Areas in Tinykin are huge. There are also gold nuggets that can be collected.

Tinykin includes plenty of secret things characters can do. Find an object and the Tinykins will take it to a statue and some gold nuggets will appear for example. There are a wide array of different bug characters we deal with in Tinykin as well. These bugs are worshipping some Ardwin character in Tinykin. Each level contains an object we need to earn to help build something. I will not spoil it for you. Our main character can jump and then hover in a bubble for a little bit. The bubble powers will increase as the player progresses through Tinykin.

The spiders in Tinykin will shoot lines that we can use a soapboard on. It can feel weird to go along this small wire on a piece of soap. I eventually adapted to it. There are multiple ways to go around levels within Tinykin. The Tinykin will take special items to the right place as long as the way is unlocked. I had to find my way around to open certain areas to help the Tinykin get the special objects to the right location. I had fun playing Tinykin. There is a lot to do in each of the levels. If you enjoy looking around and exploring you will enjoy Tinykin.

Since we received a digital download code of Tinykin before it launched to the public we were restricted on what we could live stream. Then it wound up conflicting with other games that were being played. Plus there is little desire to go back and play through a game a second time. If there was a physical copy of Tinykin available then I would be reminded to play through Tinykin on live stream at some future date. There are aspects of Tinykin I would love to show off to Family Friendly Gaming Universe. Maybe a video sponsorship will come through and I can get that going.

The issues families will have with Tinykin are violence, bad language, and some crude humor. The thing about Tinykin that sticks out the most to me is the huge areas. The level design was very well thought out. The spider lines really help players get around in these huge levels very quickly. I even used them to access some hard to reach areas. Collecting all of the gold nuggets in the levels within Tinykin can take some time. I hope Tinykin makes it into the physical copy realm really soon.
- Paul


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: tinybuild
Developer: Splashteam
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence, Mild Language, Comic Mischief}

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