Tinykin looks like a Pikmin-inspired platformer for PC


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PC avid gamers itching for a Pikmin-like repair have Tinykin to look ahead to in 2022. The recreation, from developer Splashteam, stars a tiny protagonist and a small military of useful bugs — the titular Tinykin — was revealed Sunday through the PC Gaming Show.

Here’s the narrative setup for Tinykin:

It’s the 12 months 2748 and Milo has re-discovered Earth! He’d go down in historical past for this achievement, however when he lands on the planet he encounters a downside… He’s as small as a penny. And everyone’s gone. And it’s the ’90s.

As Milo, gamers will discover a big home, utilizing Tinykin to maneuver by means of an outsized world by constructing ladders, bridges, carrying objects, and extra. Milo also can leap, skate, and grind, as you possibly can see within the recreation’s debut trailer above.

Tinykin is coming to Windows PC and unannounced consoles subsequent 12 months. Developer Splashteam consists of ex-Ubisoft builders who’ve labored on the Rayman and Rabbids franchises.


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