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Tink – Preview [GamingLives]

GamingLives takes a look at the upcoming action adventure, Tink, from Munich-based developers, Mimimi Productions in which you attempt to save your bright and vivid world from being drained of all colour, creativity and soul.

"Tinkerworld has a unique feel, because the idea is that it is built by its inhabitants, which means that there is a bizarrely organic feel to a world that is, in essence, a fabricated construction." (PC, PS3, Tink, Xbox 360)

XB1_PS4  +   1243d ago
Is this game some sort of analogy for keeping the white man down? lmao
All kidding aside it's nice to see a unique game like this coming out. I can't wait to try it out.
r21  +   1243d ago
Pretty neat, nice to see a platformer. In a way, its sad to see platformers be a rare sight to see this gen :C

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