Tiny Lands – Review

Hello friends. This is the review of “Tiny Lands”, a serene, isometric, low-poly “spot the difference” game. Use your attention to find the differences between two dioramas – only the most eagle eyed can find them all!

Developer: Hyper Three Studio
Publisher: Maple Whispering Limited
Genre: Hidden Object, Puzzle, Casual, Relaxing
Release Date: 22 Jan 2021
Reviewed on: PC/Windows
Available on: PC/Windows
Link: Steam 
Review copy was provided.


  • Plenty of gorgeously detailed and vibrant “living” environments over 10 themed worlds,
  • Adding dynamic objects to dioramas such as rain, thunder, snow and wind really adds to the experience,
  • Peaceful experience, no timer to worry about,
  • Relaxing soundrack with detailed ambient sounds,
  • Chill atmosphere through and through,
  • Liked by younger audience, and wives too!


  • A bit awkward controls to zoom in/zoom out can get annoying, especially when you try to find that last difference,
  • Inability to save during a scene – if you quit, you’ll have to do it from scratch,
  • Crave for more!!!
Graphics: 9
Sound: 9
Gameplay: 8
Fun Factor: 9
Final Verdict/Overall: 8,8

Time to beat: ~5 hours

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