- LOOT Entertainment Product Manager Jason Sorensen
shared a video of The Last Tinker: City of Colors announcing PlayStation 4 fans can fight the Bleakness on August 19, 2014.
To quote: Why on Earth did we ever stop playing platformer games?
At LOOT, we like to buck trends, swim upstream, and wear our sunglasses at night. Which is why this game announcement does not introduce unshaven gravel-voiced anti-heroes, a vague plot involving paramilitary forces, a production budget roughly akin to the GDP of a small European nation, and a color scheme comprised of only blacks, whites, grays and reds.
Instead, we're introducing you to a whimsical, colorful platformer. Made by Germans.
This, of course, is unprecedented. Picture the phrase, "German platformer game" in your head. You saw something roughly akin to Wolfenstein mashed up with Rammstein, didn't you: slightly severe time trials, obscure rules, and somebody shouting at you.
Instead, you get Tinkerworld: lots of colors, friendly characters, and - whisper it - fun.
We play lots of games. You play lots of games. So when we played Mimimi Productions