Secret of Mana Composer, Hiroki Kikuta, and Pixel Artist of The Textorcist, Misbug, Join the Team of Tinkertown
The Multiplayer Sandbox Game will arrive with Style on Steam Early Access Soon
22 October 2020
Headup is delighted to announce that Hiroki Kikuta
, renowned composer of Secret of Mana
has joined the production of Tinkertown
, Headup’s first in-house production, along with pixel artist Giuseppe Longo (aka Misbug), a creator behind The Textorcist
and The Escapists 2
Misbug will design pixel art assets for the game. This will be the second time for Headup to work with him, who has created some incredible pixel art for The Textorcist
Hiroki Kikuta will contribute two tracks that are exclusively created for Tinkertown
. Check out a sample here
. “When the team of Tinkertown approached me with their request to contribute to the game, I was quickly sold on the idea", commented Hiroki Kikuta, “it’s a cheerful take on 16-Bit RPG classics, transported into the modern sandbox genre. My soundtrack is designed to enhance this experience, lifting up the spirits of any adventurers setting foot into the lovely world of Tinkertown
is a drop-in multiplayer game where players build, craft and explore a procedurally generated, open world, and discover dungeons filled with enemies, bosses and epic loot.
The loot can be combined with countless resources and blueprints to craft as tools, armour, and weapons as well as furniture, workshops and machines to build settlements that can eventually turn into an impressive city.
Players explore the world through different biomes such as mystical forests, vast deserts, chilling ice tundras and mountains with glowing rivers of lava, all depicted with handmade pixel graphics.
Offering different experiences to all players, based on the choice of weapons and armour, they can play as a rogue, warrior, mage, or anyone they wish to be. It is crucial to choose carefully from the onset, as many enemies lurk in the world, and powerful bosses await in the dungeons.
will launch on Steam Early Access in 2020 with the release date to be announced soon. The ongoing project Tinkertown is funded by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure
as part of the federal government's computer games funding program with a total of €153,669.