We gave Tiby Derby a 6.5 out of 10, and quoted it an “Fun arcade-style release with 120 levels to offer“!
Overall, Tiny Derby is a fun arcade-style release with 120 levels to offer, seven bad guys to compete against, each with different gameplay mechanics, and five hazards to use. It’s a game that is easy to understand, and both control options work great. The one complaint I have about the game is that it only has the one song playing during every single race, which certainly gets old after ten races or so. The good news I that you can just turn off the music so that it doesn’t end up getting on your nerves.
We gave Left-Right: The Mansion a 6 out of 10, and quoted it an “Fun arcade-style game“!
Left-Right: The Mansion is a fun arcade-style that is easy to play since all you need to worry about is selecting between going left or right, giving you a 50-50 chance of being right. You’re looking at around an hour and change for doing a full run based on how good your memory is. And once you’ve managed to rescue Gigi from the mansion, you can do it all over again with a new set of sequences for each of the mansion’s floors, or you can take on the super level, which combines all five floors into a single long-run experience. You will also unlock an infinite mode in which you’ll aim to beat your total, as well as a challenge mode in which you can select to play for one, three, or five minutes to see how many correct guesses you can get. The game has a great art style and is available for a low $3.99.
Now’s YOUR time to win a FREE US copy of Tiny Derby OR Left-Right: The Mansion on the Nintendo Switch. Games will be awarded randomly to the winners.
The giveaway ends on October 30th, 2019 at midnight (PST).
We’re working on a review for Tiny Derby, so I got in touch with Triple Boris to talk a bit about the game’s Nintendo Switch release. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Good morning! Thank you for joining us today. Can you please tell our readers a bit about yourself and your work?
Of course! We are Triple Boris, an independent video game studio from the region of Quebec in Canada. Triple Boris was founded in 2016 by Simon Dansereau, a veteran of the video game industry, and Karl Tremblay, singer of the Quebec popular band Les Cowboys Fringants. We are now 20 employees creating video games and mobile applications. Specializing in games for all, we want to create quality experiences for everyone.