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In Tink, the player steps into the shoes of the eponymous hero, a fearless boy with the power to fill the world around him with dazzling colour. The creeping Bleakness is threatening to replace the vivid world Tink loves with a grey monochrome vista inhabited by unpleasant creatures utterly devoid of colour.  Armed with the colours red, green and blue, which give him the power to manipulate enemies’ emotions and the nature of objects around him, Tink embarks on an unforgettable journey to restore the rich rainbow of life to his world.
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