Man, those pesky rocks. Being all tough to break and such. Good thing we have lasers to destroy them! Well, in Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers we do. After you're done slicing them up to your heart's desire you can pick up the pieces and throw them about with the grappling hook. Who knows? Maybe you'll find some indie music inside.
Tiny and Big combines everything I'd need in a perfect videogame; a bizarre story, physics-based puzzles, cel-shading, collecting tapes from indie bands and platforming. If you're uncertain if something like that wouldn't be your thing, I'd strongly advise you to check out the demo at the game's homepage. Who else can't wait to find Grandpa's pants?
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