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Tiny & Big Modkit

8 Comments | by 23 / 10 / 2014

Hello folks, this is Murmel, live from the Pantalones Negros HQ,

Some famous person once said: everything is better with laser…or was it bacon? Never mind! The point is: we have a cool tool out that let’s you build your own Tiny & Big levels and build in your own stuff! So you can literally laser anything! Little brother is annoying? Laser! Teacher gave you a bad mark? Laser! Got into a mob fight? Laser! You see where this is going. As long as you can find a 3-D model of the things or people you want to laser, you can load them into the mod kit and laser away.

A fair warning: Mobsters don’t like to be lasered! Seriously though: The mod kit is a fun tool, but it is not the easiest to use. Think of the great looking levels of Tiny & Big and now think, that you can basically build them yourself. Our game has pretty complex graphics and the tool is not made for clicking together a level with 3 mouse clicks. It takes a bit of tinkering and WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO GIVE ANY SUPPORT FOR THE MOD KIT, because we are tied up in other projects. We just wanted the people who really want to spend their time with this to get the chance.

Here are some screenshots from the mod kit and the download link below. Have fun!

Cheers,
Murmel

Link to the Modkit



(8) comments

Shuvack
10 months ago · Reply

It may sound unprofessional but…WORKSHOP SUPPORT FOR THE LOVE OF GOD! Unlimited potentials here. Great job on the modkit of course.

Matillion
10 months ago · Reply

Heck yeah, Workshop would be great.

ROBOTunderscore
9 months ago · Reply

this looks fun to tinker with

MGK
4 months ago · Reply

If you want this to go anywhere implement workshop support.

Florian Masuth
4 months ago · Reply

Hey guys,

as stated on the Steam forums: There will be no workshop integration for Tiny&Big, simply due to the fact that we are a small team and do not have the resources to put time into this at the moment. We are working on new games and are planning on adding workshop integration for those games which will be PC based.

The mod kit was a way for us to give those, who really wanted to tinker around, a chance to do so under the premiss that we cannot put effort into support.

Best,
Murmel

Chan
4 months ago · Reply

Totally should work on a workshop. You have demand, try and implement the supply cause you could go far with this game.

erik
4 months ago · Reply

Is this supported for unity 3D?

    Florian Masuth
    4 months ago · Reply

    Hey Erik,

    unfortunately the mod kit does not have Unity 3D support.

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