The Last Tinker is a joyous platformer inspired by classics such as Jak and Daxter and Banjo Kazooie.
Koru, a young boy from the slums of Colortown, must rise from his humble roots to tackle the Bleakness, a dark force intent on wiping out joy. Koru must use color and emotion to restore life to Colortown !
Upcoming indie superstars Mimimi Productions present The Last Tinker: City of Colors.
A joyous platformer lovingly crafted in the image of all time classics such as Zelda, Jak and Daxter and Banjo Kazooie, The Last Tinker is a colorful adventure set in Colortown, a world built upon creativity, emotion and collaboration.
A dark force named The Bleakness has emerged and seeks to tear the colors apart, draining all joy and life from the world.
Koru, a young boy from the slums of Colortown, is forced to act. He embarks on an epic and one of a kind adventure to combat the Bleakness and to restore joy and color to his home.
"Best Project 2012“ of the "Selected Project Contest“ – Game Connection Europe 2011
Freerunning-Action with excellent gamepad support
Explore the wonderful handcrafted landscapes of Colortown
Exciting mix of puzzles, combat and jump sections
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A joyful platformer with cutesy sounds and attractive visuals. Controls are easy enough to master and there is even a separate difficulty level for kids! My kids adored the game from the first time they set their eyes on it, the world is so charming and well made. You can sympathize with the characters and their problems. The colors and the ease of play kind of reminds me of Rayman Legends but much more of Crash Bandicoot, I'd say. Very much a spiritual successor to Crash, I'm sure. Overall, the game is very pleasurable. Highly recommended to everyone who still have their inner child alive!
You will find yourself exploring the environment of this game as one progresses though it. The map itself a huge and there is plenty if side quests to keep the gamer busy. Because of this however, the gamer may feel confused as to what the main point of the story is and if they are even progressing it or doing the side missions. Thankfully, the gamer need not worry about controls because they work well and flow throughout the adventures at hand. The art is well done as well as the gamer will not feel as though a color-in job was done. Overall, pick this game up if one is interested in it or find it on a discount.
Although it seems more a platform game, The Last Tinker is much friendlier for exploration. Although not revolutionize the genre, this game meets very well the mission to rescue this style of play that seems increasingly forgotten by the producers. The scenarios are simply gorgeous, with strong and bright colors making the player fall in love for it. The game's story is a little confusing because there are many side missions, a huge map to be explored and also some fixed goals. With all this the player ends up getting lost with so much variety. The controls work very well without locking in no time which facilitates pros players. I recommend this game to everyone, and although it seems a childish game he is facing all public and certainly adults will also enjoy.
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