The lights are on
I always love walking back to Adam Biessener's desk to see if he's stumbled upon a new indie game that is worth playing. This week, he showed me Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers, a new physics-based puzzle game from Black Pants Studios. The goal of it is to recover your grandfather's magical underpants. Since the discussion of underpants was going to become a part of this Test Chamber episode, I asked Dan Ryckert, our expert on stupid topics, to join Adam and I for a quick look at Tiny & Big. The game is available now on most digital services. You can also check out Adam's review, and find more details about the game at Black Pants' website.
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Saw this on Giant Bomb and I was sold. Not much to it, but the potential for really awkward scenarios makes it seem worth it.
They undersold the soundtrack. They've got a bunch of the tracks playable at their website and it's pretty good stuff. A sound that isn't often used in games.
I heard about this awhile ago and it sounded interesting, but the platforming looks so awkward.
I'm liking the whole slicing bit of the physics system.
Anyone knows what physics system they are using? (or did they make their own *gasp*)
You guys really need to upload these test chambers to youtube. I just simply cannot watch videos on this site.
Really cool test chamber. This game looks really interesting.
Love Test Chamber but would love it more if it was 25-30 min
Wow, I might have to check this game out. It actually looks pretty awesome.
Looks so good!! I'm getting this right now.
Am i the only one that thought the player looks like an adventure time character?
This looks to be rather enjoyable.
I really wish that--instead of focusing on puzzles and getting from point A to point B--that the game was just one huge room full of randomly-generated things to interact with. The game's already more of a tech demo than an actual game, so I'd rather they'd have gone full tech demo with it and just dumped you into an open sandbox.
Holy crap I'm totally getting this!
Unfortunately I'm still catching up on 2011 triple-A's to get this right now
wish it was on 360
You know I really enjoyed this Test Chamber. So much that I was disappointed when it had to end. I would really like to pick this game up! I could get it on Steam but if it was coming out soon for XBLA I would wait to get it on there. Awesome choice for a Test Chamber, I really like seeing these type of games that don't seem to get much attention. Plus usually some of the GI havent played them either so it's really cool to see their reaction to it all. Amazing game though, great cast, really good Test Chamber!