Need help finding something in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands? This interactive map has your back.
Check out Map Genie’s Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Interactive Map (opens in a new tab)which contains a huge amount of information about collectibles and hidden places in the game world. If you look for it, you will find its way around the map.
From the Lost Marbles locations to where to find those Lucky Dice that help grant you all those fun bonuses, just about anything you can think of is depicted on this map. Plus, you can configure it to filter out what you don’t need and focus on what you’re doing. It’s also a lot more functional than the in-game map, which can be frustrating at times due to its two-tier setup.
If you need help in other recent games, like Ghostwire Tokyo or Elden Ring, Map Genie has those covered too. A few of the maps are still in development, but they look quite promising. There are plenty of huge game worlds to jump into these days, and many of them thankfully are well documented with setups like this interactive map to make things a little easier for you.
And if you haven’t played Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands yet, you better jump in and give it a try. Leon Hurley gave it 4 out of 5 stars in our review, praising its fun cast, great jokes, and excellent gunplay.
“It gets silly in places – a mission has you researching ‘the essence of pure snot’, which seems a little too ‘kid’s book’ to me,” Leon wrote. “But for the most part the tone is about right. Both in terms of humor and design, with large enemies – like sharks with legs, mushrooms with teeth, goblins, etc. – and a amazingly beautiful world. globally.”
Now go find all those Lucky Dice!
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