Publisher tinyBuild Games has announced their Pikmin-inspired exploration game, Tinykin, has now launched on most video game playing devices.
Lazy Bear Games released Graveyard Keeper in August of 2018. Described by them as “the most inaccurate medieval cemetery sim of the year,” you must build and manage a graveyard from the middle ages while “facing ethical dilemmas and making questionable decisions.” Gather resources, craft items, make business alliances, and even explore dungeons every now and then.
Before there was science or medicine there was alchemy, the practice of mixing stuff together and hoping it would produce some kind of magic. This never worked, but it laid the groundwork for a lot of fantasy stories centuries later. In the upcoming game Potion Craft from publisher tinyBuild and developer NicePlay, you can take up the unauthentically-real practice of magic making as you brew up potions in your alchemy shop.
Publisher Tinybuild and developer Hungry Couch Games are about to introduce Black Skylands…a top-down, open-world shooter with sim management elements.
Seattle-based indie games publisher tinyBuild has a lot planned for this holiday season, and it starts later this month with the release of two games back-to-back. There’ll be new DLC for some of their games, while other games will be making their debuts on new hardware, such as….
Last week the publishers of stealth survival horror game Hello Neighbor, TinyBuild Games, showed the world their pitch for an animated version of their creation. A six-minute pilot was uploaded to Youtube on April 17…the short has now racked up over ten million views.
In late 2017, Russian development studio Dynamic Pixels released their stealth survival horror game Hello Neighbor on PC and XBox. In the game, you suspect your neighbor of keeping a secret in his basement, but you don’t know what it is. You decide to pull a Rear Window and take a peek inside his house, but wind up captured. You now have to escape the neighbor’s house AND uncover the truth of what he’s up to, both without him catching you.
There are a lot of simulation games out there, but have you ever seen a newsroom sim before? Not For Broadcast is the name of a somewhat inaccurate portrayal of the 1980s news media business, from developer NotGames and publisher TinyBuild.
No Time To Explain began life as a flash game on Newgrounds before eventually making its way to a full release on Steam in 2013, although it certainly had some hiccups in the form of glitches and technical problems. Now it has finally released on a home console, specifically for the Xbox One so that those who game in their living rooms can get a chance to play the platformer.