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Tiny Thief - Review

Tiny Thief

Name: Tiny Thief
Release Date: 11 July 2013
Developer: 5Ants/Rovio Stars


 Universal App for All Devices

Tiny Thief

Everybody knows Rovio, the studio is the developer behind the world's all-time #1 game on the App Store, Angry Birds. Now, Rovio not only develop games, but also publish games. Tiny Thief, a new point-and-click adventure game from 5Ants is the second third-party game published by Rovio. And all we can say is, Angry Birds better watch out!

Tiny Thief seamlessly fuses two popular genres together, point-and-click adventure and puzzle. It is point-and-click on the fact that all you have to do in each level is clicking buttons and guiding your character to the exit. At the same time, the game involves some strategy and thinking to complete each level. Each level will reward you up to three stars, first star comes from picking up the main object in the level; second star comes from you finding the fluffy otter-like creature hidden in the scene and the third star comes from you finding the bonus object. This bonus object is usually being kept secret so you have to explore the scene in detail in order to locate the object.

Luckily, all the scenes in Tiny Thief are so fun to explore. It involves a lot of cool, creative interactions as well as a variety of characters from your friends to the guards you have to avoid. The gameplay mechanics work just as perfect, the interface is nice to navigate and the game is absolutely addicting and entertaining to play.

As for the visuals and the audio in Tiny Thief; they are equally well done. The graphics are bright, crisp and colorful - the artwork is superb and filled with imagination which makes each location feels unique and looks amazingly attractive. The characters do not speak in Tiny Thief so voice overs are not needed; the music is very charming and not repetitive along with sound effects which are not too distracting.

However, as for most of the games; Tiny Thief is not flawless. It could be one of the games that is quite difficult to get into since the pace of the first few levels are considerably slow. Also, even with the difficulty level of the game going up every level - Tiny Thief is still not as challenging as other games in the genre.

Anyway, Tiny Thief is very very close to perfect! It is very well polished, very unique, very attractive and most importantly, very entertaining. Tiny Thief raised the bar of mobile gaming to another level which is definitely hard to catch up.

Graphics: 5/5 Stars
Sound: 4.5/5 Stars
Originality: 4.5/5 Stars
Levels: 4/5 Stars
Interface: & Controls 5/5 Stars
Gameplay: 5/5 Stars
Fun Factor: 5/5 Stars

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