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Tiny Hands Adventure

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

51

Top Critic Average

0%

Critics Recommend

Based on 6 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCAug 10, 2018

Developer: Funware

Publisher: Blue Sunset Games

Genres: Action, Platformer

Meet Borti – a young and cheerful T-rex that is a main hero in “Tiny hands Adventure”. He’s living in Dinoburg, has many friends and love to play soccer with his school team. But there is one thing that Borti would want – longer arms! Join Borti on his quest to find the best replacement for his tiny hands and arms. Explore several unknown worlds, find all the collectables and face bosses that have what you want. The aventure starts now! FEATURES beautiful 3D graphics collect different tools and weapons for Borti and use them in game! From sticks, through compact drills to mechanical arms and more fight with bosses - the elemental keepers are waiting for you to show up! slide, roll or jump your way to victory visit over 20 stages, set across multiple location themes try yourself in challenging mode after completing a stage and finding all collectables find out how the story unfolds!
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Tiny Hands Adventure feels like it's trying to hard to be the next Crash Bandicoot, but pads its experience out with poorly designed levels, bad camera angles, and perhaps too much copy and pasting from other franchises. The mascot platformer may be a fun game if you give it the chance, but it's a more risky choice with other remastered classics readily available.

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All told, Tiny Hands Adventure manages to provide an okay platforming experience, but not one that we'd particularly recommend you jump for. The current price puts it in the same ballpark as plenty of other much more polished platformers on the eShop, and considering the forgettable presentation and uneven level design, there's not much here that's worth your time. You could do much worse than Tiny Hands Adventure, but you could also do much, much better - especially on Switch.

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Tiny Hands Adventure practically mimics the Crash Bandicoot franchise, but instead of playing as a bandicoot, you take control of an adorable and young T-Rex. Though Borti's journey to better his life with enhanced arms is quite touching and some stages show originality, the awkward controls make the experience more frustrating than entertaining.

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Tiny Hands Adventure simply has too many execution issues to recommend, especially at its $16.99 regular price. While collectables, which unlock hard level variants, can extend your play time, the level of quality doesn't instill the desire to revisit already completed areas. Hopefully, Blue Sunset Games has something more polished planned for their next Switch release.

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