Ah, Tiny & Big. One of the most promising PC indie games on the horizon continues to show others how its done, this time with its box art. The game's getting a retail release in Germany, and will look a million bucks on the shelf with this comic-infused masterpiece tarting up the cardboard.
Tiny & Big, which I played at GamesCom and quietly thought was one of the best things at the show, has a new trailer as it inches towards a beta test.
We've seen indie PC game Tiny & Big before. It looked pretty good! So when I found out it would be playable at Gamescom, I made sure I could go check it out. Cut some rocks up. Shoot a cactus with a rocket. That sort of thing.
There have been plenty of games that feature both playground physics and destructible environments. The awful Fracture and the lovely LittleBigPlanet come to mind. Tiny & Big, though, is taking both features to a whole new level.