It has a lovely look to it, and the environment looks like it’ll be full of secrets and hidden paths. Even skating on the little bar of soap looks like good fun, and insects will help you out with ability upgrades. It sounds pretty delightful, doesn’t it?
We say Pikmin-inspired, because the Tinykin come in different shapes and sizes, follow you around by the dozens, and can all help you out in various interesting ways. In the video, we see the little green guys forming ladders to let you explore higher up, while pink Tinykin can lift large objects and move them around. This is less a strategy game and more of an explorative puzzle platformer, though, so it’s not a clone of Nintendo’s series as such.
Tinykin arrives in Summer 2022 on PlayStation 5 and PS4, and it seems like one to watch. Are you interested in this one? Gather together in the comments section below.