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Despite the decade plus between the first and second Toki Tori games, Two Tribes's Wii U (and soon PC) evolution of the Game Boy Color game is striking. The 2001 puzzle-platformer was neat, charming, and challenging. Its compact levels and tool-contextual actions evoked Lemmings, albeit with the micromanagement filtered out. You controlled a dopey-looking bird in blo...

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Shooter-platformer Rive heading to PS4, Xbox One, Wii U

When Two Tribes announced Rive in July, it revealed the 2D shooter for PC and unspecified consoles. The developer pulled the curtain back on Rive's destined systems today on Twitter, announcing its development for PS4, Xbox One and Wii U in addition to Steam. The "metal wrecking, robot hacking simu...

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Wii U indie eShop sale offers buy one, get others 60 percent off deal

Waiting on Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze for a fresh reason to turn your Wii U on? We hear you, but several indie studios have banded together to offer the Super Indie Connection Sale, a deal on eShop titles you might have missed from the past year. From now until February 13, anyone that...

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Toki Tori 2 stomps on plans for iOS port

Two Tribes will not release Toki Tori 2 on iOS. In response to a fan question on Twitter, Two Tribes said there will be no iOS port, stating "the game would not work well enough with touch controls." The IOS port is something Two Tribes had initially planned since last year. Toki Tori 2, a ch...

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Toki Tori 2+ Wii U level editor canned, developer offering Steam keys to say sorry

Back in February, Two Tribes planned to bring a level editor to the Wii U version of Toki Tori 2 in its free "plus" update. However, the developer recently announced the Wii U won't be receiving the game's level editor feature after all, citing poor sales for the game on the platform as the biggest...

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Toki Tori 2+ delayed to July 11 on Steam

Toki Tori 2+ will launch on Steam on July 11, a week later than its original release date, Two Tribes recently announced on its blog. The expanded port will cost $14.99 and €14.99 in the US and Europe, respectively, while UK players will pay £12.99 for it. Two Tribes also noted that t...

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Toki Tori 2 patch in submission, introduces more hints

Toki Tori 2, the feathered Wii U puzzler that got us chirping, is patching in more hints following critical and community feedback. While Two Tribes feels it provided enough of a helping hand the first time round, the developer says it "noticed a number of people completely missed those hints and g...

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Toki Tori 2 review: Not for birdbrains

Despite the decade plus between the first and second Toki Tori games, Two Tribes's Wii U (and soon PC) evolution of the Game Boy Color game is striking. The 2001 puzzle-platformer was neat, charming, and challenging. Its compact levels and tool-contextual actions evoked Lemmings, albeit with the mi...

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New Nintendo eShop releases: Toki Tori 2, Castlevania

Two Tribes has let its baby bird leave the nest; Toki Tori 2, the subject of a sudden delay last year, will be available today on the Wii U eShop. Meanwhile on 3DS, the biggest release is a game from 1987, the original Castlevania. It's out on the eShop just in time to be a few weeks late to promot...

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Toki Tori 2 whistles at Wii U April 4

It's been a long and arduous journey, but developer Two Tribes has finally finished Toki Tori 2 and will launch it on Wii U next month, April 4. The Wii U version was originally planned for December 20, though Two Tribes instituted a last-minute delay to polish up the game. Since the developer is ...

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Why Toki Tori 2 was delayed

Two Tribes co-founder Collin van Ginkel revealed the motivations behind the last-minute delay of Toki Tori 2 today, also showing off a bit of the results in the form of before-and-after graphics (above). The team realized that with no publisher to worry about, there was no external pressure to get ...

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