Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers caught my eye when it was first announced what feels like many moons ago. It has since been refined, but the core hook -- using a laser to slice up structures and watching as physics ensue -- remains very much appealing to me. The unique art style doesn't hurt, either.
The name is more than a little odd and might not necessarily grab your attention, so I figured we could help spread the word that it's available right now on a variety of digital distribution platforms, including GOG.com, Steam, and GamersGate.
Admittedly, I'm still bitter that more games haven't gone completely overboard with environmental destruction in a post-Red Faction: Guerrilla world. If you'd like a taste of what Tiny and Big has to offer, there's a demo for Windows, Mac, and Linux. It's pretty fun!
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