indiePub has published an interview with indie game developers Johannes Spohr and Sebastian Stamm from Black Pants Game Studio.
Their game, titled Tiny & Big in: Grandpa's Leftovers, won the Unity Development Award in the 2011 Independent Propeller Awards.
From the interview article:
"Tiny & Big features a completely destructible environment where you control laser-toting Tiny who slices objects and, using a grappling hook and rockets, moves objects into place to solve puzzles or even launch them like projectiles...
'What we wanted to do was have some silly stuff going as a contrast to the enormous things which come down and create a lot of noise and a lot of dust and particles. It's very spectacular," Spohr said. "But, on the other side, there's this tiny guy and he's like a nerd or a guy who is really not some kind of hero, just a regular guy with some stupid glasses. When he gets hit in the head with a stone it looks really funny..."