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Tiny Brains Download For Pc [portable Edition]

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About This Game

"Tiny Brains" is a cooperative action puzzler that follows four super-powered lab animals in their attempt to escape a mad scientist's experiments. In this joyously chaotic multiplayer game, the four "Tiny Brains" must combine their unique physics-based powers to navigate through a trick-ridden maze. All of the puzzles in "Tiny Brains" can be solved multiple ways depending on how groups combine their powers. The game has competitive and challenging fast paced communicative play along with simple controls so players of any level can jump right in.

KEY GAMEPLAY FEATURES
•Cooperative Gaming: Tiny Brains requires players to collaborate and put their heads together to overcome physics-based obstacles. With each player controlling a different superpower – Create, Force, Vortex and Teleport – the Tiny Brains must work as a team to move forward and escape the scientist’s deadly labyrinth of mazes.

•Play It Your Way: All of the puzzles in Tiny Brains can be solved multiple ways depending on how groups combine their powers. The co-op level design creates dynamic, emergent gameplay, whether advancing through the campaign mode, beating time-based challenges, or competing in endless levels.

•Whimsical World: To escape the mad scientist’s lair, players explore a colorful world of Popsicle stick-like ice pops, duct tape, tiny cages and Rube Goldberg machines. The zany art style gives rise to a slew of slightly mutated, yet oddly cute, playable characters.

•Hardcore to Casual: Tiny Brains eggs on hardcore gamers with competitive leaderboards and fast-paced communicative play, challenging them to combine their powers as efficiently as possible. At the same time, the game has simple controls and physics-based mechanics that make it easy for casual and less-experienced gamers to jump right in. 7aa9394dea



Title: Tiny Brains
Genre: Action, Adventure, Casual, Indie
Developer:
Spearhead Games
Publisher:
Spearhead Games
Release Date: 11 Dec, 2013



English,French,Italian,German,Russian




Tiny Brains wants to treat you like its minuscule rodent protagonists.

A coop focused puzzle game, you play as one of four furballs who through some bizarre experiment have been given superpowers and are now naturally stuck running through tests to deduce just how intelligent they've become. Where Spearhead takes this so far however is in seemingly forgetting to design its puzzles as anything requiring involved thought or clever utilization of its awkwardly implemented mechanics.

There's this feeling throughout playing Tiny Brains like you're running on a treadmill through the tutorial for all of its four very brief levels. It reuses the same puzzle types, repeats similar level designs, and never gets around to taking the training wheels off. You're a rat in a maze doing the same things again and again. And that's really boring.

More frustrating still is how poorly it makes use of its coop component. It's very clearly the way Tiny Brains was designed to play, but puzzles rarely requires the use of more than one or two different powers, essentially meaning if you're playing a full game of four you'll be trading off who gets to actually do anything instead of using your combined efforts to progress. It's at this point that you're probably asking why you wouldn't simply play solo, and the answer to that lies in the aggravating handful of levels that make playing solo immensely difficult or downright impossible. I'm fairly certain I cheated through several of the last levels as there didn't seem any way to possibly get through them without the help of more players, and at one point was attempting to use two controllers simultaneously to get past what was still a very rudimentary puzzle.

And then there are all the portions which don't center around puzzle solving at all, but instead rolling a giant ball through an obstacle course or protecting a little pink chick from a horde of rampaging chickens. These are without question the worst parts of an already miserable game, and besides being terribly boring are often obnoxiously difficult because of the poor controls and annoying cooldown timer. These portions probably take up about a third of the game, which is only an hour or two long to begin with. I'd take a moment here to write a bit more about how the before mention pink chick, ostensibly the sole female character in the game, is used solely as a victim and a villain and feels just a little sinister and problematic, but the dialogue is so cringe inducing and the narrative flimsy that there's hardly any point.

Everything just comes together like a giant mess of bad design, not helped by the abundant technical issues (as of this writing online coop is all but entirely broken, and even playing solo I experienced crashes after every chapter). I love what Tiny Brains was going for with a coop puzzle game with some unusual means with which to solve them, but it fumbles the whole way and never does anything with its concepts that it just wants to keep introducing over and over. Getting through Tiny Brains would have been a chore even had it worked as intended, but the sort of disrepair its in just makes it sad and embarrassing, and I feel a little bad for having made others play it with it.. Great game for a one-time local-coop play through. Mechanics do get old and repetitive, but main story is only ~2 hours. The bottom line is you should get this game if:

-You have access to "friends" for local coop
-Are okay with about 2.5 hours of gameplay
-And most importantly, it's on sale. This is a case where I wish Steam reviews weren't binary "recommended" or "not recommended" decisions. This game falls somewhere in the middle for me but I'm gonna round down. It's not a bad game in any sense that it's buggy or has real "issues" (although I read online coop is broken, haven't tried it). But it's really short and the puzzles just aren't really challenging at all. I played local coop with 3 others of varying "gaming" skills and we still breezed through it without scratching our heads but maybe once. And the script is annoyingly un-funny as well. If it's less than $5 then maybe give it a shot but otherwise don't waste your money.. Me and a friend played and it took us like 2 hrs to do the campaign. It was a nice short game that was actually quite fun. The puzzle mechanics and switching characters between the two of us was sometimes a challenge and a lot of laughs had.. Tiny Brains is a cooperative puzzle game with a kid friendly aesthetic.

You control and swap between 4 different mice with different powers: 1) sucks up inaniminate objects, 2) blow inaniminate objects, 3) swabs inaniminate objects, and 4) creates ice blocks that help you reach up vertically through levels. You'll enter different puzzle rooms which are all variations of hit this button, or put this box on this switch etc. Two other level variations involve pushing and pulling a ball with your powers through a Marble Madness like arena, and the last is a Horde Mode mini-game where you defend an objective against... umm.... chickens. Of these the puzzles are the most satisfying, with the other 2 being boring to frustrated. "Dying" in levels is very lightly penalized with a 5 second respawn. Dying actually becomes a strategy for completing some levels even, not a mechanic I particularly find satisfying.
Tiny Brains biggest issue is it simply runs out of ideas. You'll solve puzzles that are just minor variations of each other. Maneuvering the big sphere quickly becomes a chore as does the Defense missions.

Graphically the game looks good enough. Polygon counts are low but the bright colors and well lit environments are nice to wander around. Its reasonably well voice acted but it tries way too hard to be funny.

The puzzles make this game too hard for kids, and everything else is too simple for adults.. This is a case where I wish Steam reviews weren't binary "recommended" or "not recommended" decisions. This game falls somewhere in the middle for me but I'm gonna round down. It's not a bad game in any sense that it's buggy or has real "issues" (although I read online coop is broken, haven't tried it). But it's really short and the puzzles just aren't really challenging at all. I played local coop with 3 others of varying "gaming" skills and we still breezed through it without scratching our heads but maybe once. And the script is annoyingly un-funny as well. If it's less than $5 then maybe give it a shot but otherwise don't waste your money.. Great game for a one-time local-coop play through. Mechanics do get old and repetitive, but main story is only ~2 hours. The bottom line is you should get this game if:

-You have access to "friends" for local coop
-Are okay with about 2.5 hours of gameplay
-And most importantly, it's on sale. Bought 4 copies to play with friends, the on-line multi-player is broken. Forums filled with same problems of not everything being able to join like we were experencing. Last developer post was in April 2014 promising an update which never appeared. I recommend never buying from this developer again.



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