Toki Tori 2 is a puzzle adventure game for Wii U. The game gives players two moves, the whistle and the stomp, with which they can manipulate the behavior of the creatures that inhabit the game world.
Its design gives players the freedom to figure everything out for themselves and have fun in the process. Instead of telling players what to do and where to go, we think facilitating exploration and experimentation makes for a far more rewarding experience. We don?t use tutorials or text screens, there is no text at all in the game. Who reads that anyway?
The game's Metroidvania style open world opens up because players learn more about the world and its creatures, not because we hand out more moves or items. This means inquisitive players can go anywhere right from the start while less experienced players can simply follow the game's flow and build up their arsenal of knowledge on their own terms.
The game's story is told through interactive in-game story advancing sections, which never take away control from the player. While progressing through the game, the story will slowly unfold and will show the true potential of our unlikely chicken hero Toki Tori.
Toki Tori 2 is a pure and wondrous new puzzle game for the Wii U eShop. Thanks to developer Two Tribes' presentation and approach to gameplay, Toki Tori 2 turns out to be a fun, unique and at times challenging experience that will surprise Wii U gamers of all ages. Players...read full review
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