Toki Tori 2+ may look cute, but it’s a challenging puzzle adventure game. Whistle and stomp are the only moves you need to solve increasingly complex puzzles, as you go anywhere, anytime on a lush forest island.
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Release Date: Jul 11, 2013

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September 13

RIVE is out NOW! Really!

So this is it, RIVE is out!

Our final game, and it's the best one we've ever made! And that's all due to your continued support these last years!

Thanks for being a Two Tribes fan and we hope you enjoy RIVE as much as we enjoyed making it!

Greetings from Collin, Martijn and Meinte!

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September 9

Four days to RIVE!

Our last game ever will see the light of day, just four days from now! High time for a roundup of the latest information, don't you think?

- PC / Mac / Linux
- Launch price $12.75 / €12.75 (normally $14.99 / €14.99)
- Six hour campaign
- Voiced by Mark Dodson (Star Wars and Gremlins)
- Speedrun and Single Credit modes
- Dozens of leaderboards

Stay tuned for the launch trailer, which will be released on Tuesday.

Exciting times!!

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About This Game

Five Ancient Frogs, scattered across the countryside, send a telepathic message to Toki Tori. It’s hard to see how this young chicken could help them destroy the floating crystal endangering everything… but he’s their only hope.

Toki Tori 2+ may look cute, but it’s a challenging puzzle adventure game. Whistle and stomp are the only moves you need to solve increasingly complex puzzles, as you go anywhere, anytime on a lush forest island.

  • A unique take on the Metroidvania formula: progress by exploring, observing and experimenting
  • Meet strange critters, study their behaviour and manipulate them with your whistle and stomp moves
  • Find the Ancient Frogs and destroy the crystal at the heart of the island
  • Whistle songs for special abilities, including rewind and fast travel
  • Use the in-game camera and snap creature pictures to complete the Tokidex
  • Push the game’s mechanics to their limits to find 100s of golden wings

Steam features

  • Level editor: create and share levels through Steam Workshop
  • 38 Achievements
  • For PC & Mac using SteamPlay

System Requirements

Mac OS X
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    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or comparable
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Geforce 8000 series (discrete) or Intel HD 3000 (integrated) GPU
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB HD space
    • Controller: Gamepad support
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel i5 or comparable
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Geforce 9800 GT or better with 1 GB of dedicated VRAM
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB HD space
    • Controller: Gamepad support
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    • OS: Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or comparable
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Geforce 8000 series (discrete) or Intel HD 3000 (integrated) GPU
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB HD space
    • Controller: Gamepad support
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
    • Processor: Intel i5 or comparable
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Geforce 9800 GT or better with 1 GB of dedicated VRAM
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB HD space
    • Controller: Gamepad support
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or comparable
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Geforce 8000 series (discrete) or Intel HD 3000 (integrated) GPU
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB HD space
    • Controller: Gamepad support
    • Processor: Intel i5 or comparable
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Geforce 9800 GT or better with 1 GB of dedicated VRAM
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB HD space
    • Controller: Gamepad support
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
9.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 21
I don't pay much attention to this game, but my little daughter loves it. Though she has a hard to time too progress sometimes.

Great game for kids!
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106 of 115 people (92%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
25.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 26, 2013
Toki Tori 2+ is not at all the game I was expecting it to be. The original game was a series of self-contained puzzle levels that were solved using a limited set of items. Toki Tori 2 is not that at all. Instead, the game drops you in the middle of a vast open 2D world and leaves you to figure everything out on your own. There are no instructions, tutorials, levels or items. The whole world is open from the start and you just need to figure out how to get through it while collecting a series of, err... collectibles. Unlike the previous game, Toki no longer uses items to solve puzzles. Instead, your abilities are limited to walking, singing and stomping. That's it. Where the complexity (and genius) comes in is how you can combine those actions with the various creatures that populate the world. For example, you can lure birds to pick you up with chirps, move bugs by stomping, and much, much more. I won't say anything further on that, as half the fun is figuring out the rules of the game on your own. As with the previous game, level/puzzle design is utterly brilliant. So many times you will think there is no way to proceed past an area, only to have the solution click a few minutes later (and you subsequently smack yourself upside the head because of how simple it actually was). That is a sign of good design, and I admire it a lot. I can't really think of any puzzles that were totally unfair, although there were a handful that were somewhat tedious. The singing mechanic is also a pretty neat new feature. In addition to its standard functionality, you learn a series of songs that provide other abilities, such as time-rewind, warping around the map, and more. And oh yeah, the characters are all really cute - especially Toki and the frogs (if you're into that sort of thing as a selling point). It all comes together nicely in a really well-executed package. Overall, I liked this a lot better than the first game, due to the open-ended exploration/collection gameplay and the "complex simplicity" in the puzzle design. It's a fun, laid-back game that should appeal to puzzle fans. A-
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43 of 47 people (91%) found this review helpful
11 people found this review funny
1,016.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 14

i dont play this game too much
after i installed this game, i just play few times only
but when i leave my PC, i saw my 6 years old daughter play it
she look happy and very enjoy playing this

hard to believe it, she can play this without tutorial
with more than 800 hours on record playing this game
now i am no wonder she can earn all achievements for this game

casual, adventure, puzzle, and very cute characters (tutu,frog, berry,etc)
this game is suit for all age

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40 of 43 people (93%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
6.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 24, 2015
For quite a while, I wasn't sure whether I was going to give this game a thumbs up or a thumbs down. On one hand, it's a very charming game with some interesting and at times challenging puzzles. On the other hand, it is absolutely nothing like what I was expecting after having played the first Toki Tori game.

The first Toki Tori involved you using a variety of gadgets to solve puzzles in a small area. Your goal is to gather eggs, of which there are a known amount in every level. It was a fun, challenging puzzle game and I wanted more.

Toki Tori 2+, now... You don't have any gadgets. In fact, the only two abilities you have are to sing and to do a ground pound, neither of which were in the first game. Those are the only two things you will use to solve every single puzzle in the game.

It's also a pseudo-Metroidvania map style now. I say "pseudo" because you don't really gain new abilities to unlock new areas. You can access any part of the game from the very beginning, just so long as you know what to do. Not necessarily a bad departure.

There are no tutorials. At all. You have to figure out everything on your own. And I have to wonder why they left out anything explaining the basic functions of the game. Tori 1 had a single tutorial level for each new gadget you used. Here, there's no dialogue or explanation of anything. Even in the pause menu, you have several icons and you have to figure out what they mean for yourself.

In Toki Tori 1, you had the clear goal of finding all of your eggs to complete a level. In Toki Tori 2, I'm not sure what exactly you're gathering or why. Instead of eggs, you're gathering... something. They're yellow shiny things, but I don't know why you need to get them. Actually, after playing six hours of the game, I'm still not even sure if gathering the somethings actually has an impact on the game, apart from a sense of completion. There's also no indicator for how many somethings you've found or haven't found, so if I was going for full completion, I would have no way of knowing how many I'd missed. I cared about gathering eggs because they helped me finish a level. Here, I don't even know what I'm gathering, much less why, so why should I care?

That sort of brings me to another point. Without any sort of guidance, I have no idea what to do or why to do it. Even open world games like Skyrim or KOTOR gave you an idea of what to do. With Toki Tori 2+ I've just spent hours wandering around the world map (after figuring out how to use it - which I needed a walkthrough to figure out), solving puzzles, and looking at the pretty visuals. It all feels rather pointless if the entire end result is just that you see more scenery.

That being said, the game is very charming. It's a very interesting world and there are some beautiful settings. The puzzles also can be very interesting, if a bit repetetive (there's only so many times you can get a frog to cough up a bubble before you're just going through the motions). I wouldn't say I hate the game, just that it's not at all what I expected based on the first game and that I'm a bit confused why they decided to change, well... everything.

As the sequel to Toki Tori 1, I do have to say that I was a bit let down. Change in a sequel is good, but you do have to keep enough the same that it's at least recognizable as a sequel. However, as a standalone game, my only real complaint would be that without anything to explain what we're doing or why, there's no purpose. Apart from that, it's still a fun game. Perhaps for that reason, I'll give it a thumbs up. However, if you're planning to buy this because you liked the first game, keep in mind that it won't be similar at all.
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28 of 32 people (88%) found this review helpful
15.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 26, 2014
I've rarely been more engrossed by a game, felt more respected as a player, or allowed to figure stuff out so much as in this game.

This is the rare game that requires the player to truly use inductive reasoning skills to reach a solution using given parts that seem not to be applicable to the problem at hand at all.

Inductive reasoning is very rare in games.

Get this for your children to help hone their reasoning and creative problem solving skills. And make sure to spend some time with it yourself.

This is one of the best entertainment experiences -- of any type -- that I have ever had. You will learn without instructions. You will teach yourself the rules and then the game will demand mastery.

Zero hand holding.
Extremely pleasant zen-like atmosphere.
Absolutely brutally difficult puzzles with real design-based challenges created purely by the contextual interaction of persisten rules. NO puzzle designer mindreading or artificial "challenges."

What are you waiting for? If you like thoughtful games at all buy this immediately.
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29 of 34 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
17.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 26, 2013
Suprisingly well executed puzzle game with slight platforming elements. It is actually one of a kind puzzle-exploration game. Imagine Metroid, where You can progress not because of new abilities, but because of the knowledge You earn by visiting new places, which allow You to solve puzzles You encountered earlier.

Challenging to complete the story, but collecting all the collectibles is close to insane task, highly recommended ;)
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22 of 23 people (96%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
25.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 20, 2015
This game has some of the most ingenious mechanical and puzzle design you will ever see. It somehow manages to have metroidlike progression, where you see treasures and routes you can't take yet, but will on later visits, despite having no unlockable player abilities. It achieves this unprecedented feat by teaching you new and non-obvious mechanics as you progress through the various stages, which you can then use to solve other challenges you passed earlier. This teaching happens organically as you solve puzzles; there is no text or spoken dialogue in the game.

Toki Tori 2 is an under-appreciated gem and one of the best puzzle games ever made. 10/10
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30 of 38 people (79%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 30, 2014
At first i was skeptical to try the 2nd series because of the hardcore puzzles from the last one.

But it turned out that this one's more intuitive and engaging.

Great graphics, gameplay, puzzles, sound and animations. The music though i personally prefer the lat one.

Never the less, the game is actually fun to play and i would also recommend even the kids to play this game :). Mind the puzzles though, they can get a lot challenging as you progress further.
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23 of 26 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
37.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 22, 2013
I have bought this game with the intent of supplying fun game to kids. Shortly after starting it, I realized that ME - not really a kid anymore - have already played it for five hours straight! Game doesn't give any instructions - and that's 50% of fun, from discovering things yourself. It's a great feature, some of us, relying on tutorials for every game out there, already forgot.

That said, I wouldn't recommend this game for kids, buy it if you like solving gradually harder puzzles of "how to get up on that platform?" or "there should be 10 items on this level I have only 5, where's the rest?". You need to make surrounding creatures to do your bidding by singing for them, stomping the ground around or teleporting them wherever they're needed. You'll be lighting dark areas with a fairy, which you need to invite there by singing, you will use frog's bubbles to raise to higher areas, you will even need frogs bubble-fly another frog from time to time. Sometimes you will need that pesky bird, which god-knows-why has uber-affection for you, to be removed by zapping it with two slugs. There are times, when you will have wondered "how to get up there?", but having progressed slightly further you will discover new ways to do things, something you haven't thought of before, or just simply a new ability. This makes you go back and complete that task you haven't done before.
Warning to those that are alergic to trying things repeatedly and failing 90% of the time - you're gonna want to be zapped by a slug yourself, so try another game.

Writing anything more would be a big spoiler on how the game works, so enough to say - get it, you won't regret it.
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24 of 29 people (83%) found this review helpful
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 29, 2015
I want a neutral button, I don't recommend it if you loved the first one or if you like to play games without having to look up what is the point of this or if you like puzzles in the normal sense of the word. But it's pretty and there are puzzles kind of, but this wasn't at all what I expected after playing Toki Tori 1 and I was disapointed. It's not a puzzle game like the first game it's an open world 2D platform explorer with puzzle elements. And like the new blurb says it tells you nothing about anything you have to figure out everything yourself, there is no kinda of tutorial at all. But it's not bad so I don't not recommend it if this is what you looking for, just be aware it's nothing like the first Toki Tori.
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1.3 hrs
Posted: September 21
Relaxing and eye-pleasing, but the puzzles are pretty simple and boring.
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19.3 hrs
Posted: August 11
Toki Tori 2+ is so much more different than the first game. There's still puzzles but the main focus seems to be exploration and collecting items. The controls are simple, directional movement, chirp and stomp. Two actions but, surpirsingly, the game is mechanically deep. Not a lot is explained and it's all up to the player to figure out how to navigate the world. The puzzles are straightforward in the beginning and get more difficult as you progress. You may get stuck more than a few times especially if you're going for 100% completion.

Overall I recommend this game to anyone who likes simple but challenging puzzle games. See how much you can manage without a guide. There's a lot to do and no hand-holding.
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19.2 hrs
Posted: August 8
A fun puzzle-platformer. Super cute graphics!!
You can only sing and stomp, no jumping. Getting the critters to do what you need can be annoying at times.
This game does not hold your hand. You have to figure it all out yourself.
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5.5 hrs
Posted: July 15
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hi mom ♥
2.0 hrs
Posted: July 13
this game is the prequel to the angry birds movie and is very story rich and full of funny memes.

1.99/10 its free on android.
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18.2 hrs
Posted: July 11
An awesome puzzle game, much more fun than first one..
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5.1 hrs
Posted: July 7
Very fun games, i bought this game when my girlfriend ask me to buy this game after she watch someone on YouTube play this game!
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10.4 hrs
Posted: July 3
I regret not playing Toki Tori 2 sooner.

I remember when it first launched on the Wii U, during the system's first big drought in 2013. Back then, despite having a lot of time in my hands and not much to play on the console, I let it go. Then I got it in a bundle for Steam, and once again, didn't play it for years. I had played the first Toki Tori and mistakenly assumed the sequel would be more of the same.

When I heard Toki Tori 2 was actually a metroidvania, my interest grew. Regardless of that, I still had cold feet. There's something about the game's pre-rendered visuals that always made it look kinda cheap. I also thought it would be more of a chore than anything else, like many other metroidvanias that fail to play to the genre's strengths.

Then I finally played it and it really grabbed me. The presentation, which had always seemed so unappealing, came to life in a glorious way when I booted the game. It's GORGEOUS. It's a really weird art style, in that it doesn't sell well, but looks great when you're actually playing. Music and sound design also make a great job of immersing the player in Toki Tori's wonderful world, without ever getting repetitive.

There are so many elements populating the screen, everything looks so much alive. Actually, that's Toki Tori 2's main catch: YOU CAN SEQUENCE BREAK THE HELL OUT OF THIS GAME. All the tiny animals you initially think of as mere set dressing are meant to be interacted with, you might just not know it at the time.

Midway through the game, you happen to come back to the very first screen. Up to that point, Toki Tori 2 gently teaches you about its surprisingly deep mechanics through great level design. Now you're are able to truly see it with new eyes. That bird over there? You can call it by chirping, make it grab that little animal and feed it to that frog so that you can go up that ledge. Those fireflies? Make sure they follow you, you're gonna need them.

You don't ever get new items or power-ups. The only thing preventing you to venture out in any direction at any given time is your knowledge of how the game works, and it makes a great job at teaching you that. That alone makes Toki Tori 2 extremely replayable as well, since not only will you want to try new paths in a different order, but the game's puzzles are not only deep enough to lock collectibles away during the first time you play them, but also so much fun you're gonna want to give them another try just for the sake of it.

It all comes together so tightly that, like I said, I regret not playing it sooner. The game's inability to sell well when it should have actually bankrupted Two Tribes' developing arm, and the upcoming Rive is going to be their last game. Maybe it would have helped if the media had made more noise about this game back when it first launched. Maybe it would have helped if I hadn't been so skeptical as well.

Toki Tori 2 is a truly underrated gem and if like me you're a fan of great level design, do yourself a favor: PLAY IT ASAP!
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11.4 hrs
Posted: July 2
Look, this game can look childish at first, but that is not the point here. Toki Tori 2+ is a fantastic puzzle game that uses very simple mechanics in a very clever way. It has no words, tutorials, dialogs, etc, demanding from the player some very clever interpretations to solve dozens of puzzles. C'mon, be smart and give a chance for it.
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