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Submitted by WutangClam 385d ago | review

The Last Tinker: City of Colors Review | Entertainment Buddha

Ray Porreca of Entertainment Buddha writes: "The Last Tinker: City of Colors, the newly released platformer from Mimimi Productions, is a video game that stands out from countless modern titles in a number of ways, creating a video game experience that stays with the player long after their colorful adventure has come to a close. Visually stunning and utterly enjoyable throughout, The Last Tinker, stands tall as not only a reminder that 3D platformers are alive and well as a genre, but also as a testament to creativity in terms of game design. Mimimi Productions has done a wonderful job in creating The Last Tinker, proving once more that those who have become disenfranchised with the modern video game industry need to look no further than the indie game scene for titles that can restore one’s faith in gaming." (PC, The Last Tinker: City of Colors) 82/100

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