Toki Tori 2+ is a Metroidvania style puzzle adventure. There are no tutorials, there's no hand-holding, no-one tells you what to do in Toki Tori 2+. The fun is in exploring and overcoming the obstacles of the lush forest island on your own merit.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (333 reviews)
Release Date: Jul 11, 2013

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October 7

RIVE: First Gameplay Trailer Released

It's been a while since we released the announcement trailer for our upcoming shooter game RIVE. Time to show you some new footage!

We’ve been relatively quiet lately, but we’ve been super busy visiting a number of expositions to demo RIVE. We’ve been to Gamescom, Tokyo Game Show, INDIGO and the EGX. In the meantime we obviously continued working on the game, as can be shown in the first official gameplay trailer! Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tmDyoJGRag

More news coming up soon....

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July 29

RIVE is the new Two Tribes game!

Six months after the Two Tribes reboot, we're SUPER happy to announce our new 2D shooter / platformer RIVE!

Thanks for all the support everyone, the game's coming to Steam of course!

Check out the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDRvMMpDwtk

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Steam Workshop

Get creative and build your own brain teasing levels with the level editor. Download and play levels made by other Toki Tori 2+ users or share your own with the world using Steam Workshop.

About This Game

Toki Tori 2+ is a Metroidvania style puzzle adventure. There are no tutorials, there's no hand-holding, no-one tells you what to do in Toki Tori 2+. The fun is in exploring and overcoming the obstacles of the lush forest island on your own merit.

Our unlikely yellow hero may be the star of the show, but he won't get anywhere without the creatures he meets along the way. Armed with just the Whistle and Stomp moves, he can influence and make use of these strange creatures' unique abilities.

But what's up with that black goo? It's threatening your home world! Your goal is to get to the core of the corruption and save the island!

Key Features:

  • Explore a beautiful, Metroidvania style open world.
  • Discover how to interact with the creatures in your environment.
  • Follow the path, or stray off-road and tackle the expert puzzles.
  • Use the in-game camera and snap photos of creatures for the Tokidex.
  • Steam Workshop: Create and share your own levels with the level editor.
  • Toki Tori 2+ is huge. We dare you to find all it has to offer.
  • Including 30+ Steam achievements.
  • For Mac & PC (uses SteamPlay).
  • Supports Steam Cloud.

System Requirements

PC
Mac
Linux
    Minimum:
    • 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
    Recommended:
    • 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
    Minimum:
    • 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
    Recommended:
    • 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
    Minimum:
    • 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
    Recommended:
    • 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
Helpful customer reviews
1.1 hrs on record
A brilliant little puzzle game that deserves your purchase.
Posted: September 25
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6.7 hrs on record
Metroid without unlockable equipment. You're a little bird, and you have two whistles: "come here," and "go away." Manipulate the environment with those two commands. Impossible-looking barriers become easy as you figure out new tricks.

A superb example of teaching the player through level design.
Posted: October 19
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4.3 hrs on record
I dunno why after startup this Toki Tori 2+, the screen went blank orange colour all the time.
Reinstalled tons of times and I finally give up.
Posted: October 15
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22.6 hrs on record
Beautiful graphics
Good music
Challenging puzzles

Highly recommended
Posted: October 10
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0.1 hrs on record
Bought this for the Wife and she seems to like it so far.
Posted: October 1
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3.2 hrs on record
This is a really cool puzzle game. Not quite MetroidVania, but almost. I say 'almost' because from my time playing, it felt quite linear. You do pick up new abilities though. I like the 'no handholding' deal where you gotta figure cool stuff out for yourself. Great controller game for the couch.

If it is on sale and you like puzzle platformers - you will really enjoy this little gem.
Posted: October 8
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1.7 hrs on record
I was fooled into buying this game by the reviews. I love Metroidvania games, and this is not a metroidvania game.
The genre consists of a hero who runs around and fights monsters in an open ended world where progress is earned by finding new items that unlock new paths.
Toki tori 2+ is is a linear series of simplistic puzzles that center on stomping next to animals to scare them.

You play as a big yellow bird that can move around in a colorful world filled with cute animals, and you can interact with the world by singing and stomping. The stomping causes different kinds of animals to react differently. By scaring the right animals to do the right thing (usually eating another animal) you may advance to the next puzzle. If this was all there was to the game I would still feel cheated as it is no metroidvania, but it's a fun enough puzzle game where the player gets to explore a pretty world by solving simple puzzles.

What kills the enjoyment for me is the singing. It is a candidate for the most stupid game mechanic ever - basically there is a single button for singing. Pressing the button "rapidly" causes the bird to sing at a higher and higher pitch, and pressing it "slowly" causes the pitch to drop. The idea being that you run into birds that sing a song, and you have to mimic it. Here I think a rapid press is anything below 100ms, and everything above that is a slow press, which means that at least I am unable to accurately enter anything, and when I press as fast as I can I am still mostly unable to produce the rising tones, and thus the singing really hurts my fingers and takes a really long time to get past due to the button mashing effectively being random.

TL;DR cute little puzzle game, not a metroidvania like the liars claim. Could be fun for a while, but the singing kills any enjoyment. Only get if you hate yourself and wish to inflict physical pain on your fingers.
Posted: October 24
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20 of 22 people (91%) found this review helpful
15.8 hrs on record
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.
Posted: May 26
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
2.5 hrs on record
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.
Posted: August 30
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.3 hrs on record
Nice puzzle game.
Cute graphics.
Intuitive controls.
Interesting enemies and approaches to beat them.
Plus add steam workshop, just priceless.
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Get it and have fun playing this relaxing game.
Posted: September 23
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
Great little game, not much to say. I recommend
Posted: September 9
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
21.5 hrs on record
Toki Tori 2+ isn't just one of the cutest games, but also an expertly crafted puzzle game. The satisfaction of discovering its secrets is immense. I've seen it mentioned as a metroidvania, but you could call it that only in the slightest sense. Central to the game is a beautifully rendered island in which you manipulate creatures and your environment in order to progress through puzzles that don't look like puzzles. The latter really makes it feel more like a beautiful exploration platformer, with an art-style and -direction that tell you that this game was a labor of love.
Posted: August 5
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
29.2 hrs on record
English: This is a very nice game. Simple puzzles with nice music...just what i like! :)
French: II s'agit d'un jeu tres agreable. Puzzles simples avec de la bonne musique...tout ce que j'aime!
Posted: September 12
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
11.0 hrs on record
SO GOOD. the game world gradually opens up. and the game does a great job of introducing new mechanics and reinforcing them every so often. i even almost succeeded in getting my wife to play and she doesn't like puzzle games! (or maybe she stopped playing because i kept taking the controller from her... hahaha)

oh, and the art is very cute and charming. i love how silly the bird looks when it picks up toki tori. hehehe

would highly recommend, even if you've never played puzzle games before.
Posted: August 25
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
0.3 hrs on record
Better than Call Of Duty: Ghosts
Posted: July 15
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
1.7 hrs on record
This is easily one of the best puzzle games, let alone puzzle platformer games, out there, especially for its pricepoint. The level design is consistently solid and new elements and new ways to utilize existing elements are constantly introduced without ever breaking the flow of gameplay and without feeling the slightest bit handholdy. There is an immense sense of discovery to every aspect of the game as shortcuts and hidden paths are constantly present and it is up to the player to decide where to go and to discover how to best use everything the game presents them with. The game also does a great job of adjusting to the player's skill level (or the player's desired difficulty) as there is always a clear path to take, but harder, hidden routes through the game's world are ever-present for players who wish to discover all that this game has to offer.

With its excellent sense of physical and mechanical exploration and puzzles which range from fairly easy to outright diabolical, Toki Tori 2+ is a game which puzzle fans should leap at the chance to play as soon as they can.
Posted: July 1
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
7.1 hrs on record
Toki Tori 2 is a wonderful continuation of the first game. As far as puzzle games go, it's incredibly cute and can be extremely challenging. 100% recommend.
Posted: July 6
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
9.0 hrs on record
Game Rating: F
Pros:
-Nice graphics and music
-Overall very charming presentation

Cons:
-Controls are almost too simple (only two buttons are used but they do tons of different things)
-Puzzles are very vague and hard to follow
-You'll need a guide... good luck finding a complete one
-Navigation is confusing and awful due to the game being one huge map, rather than individual levels
-The most unsatisfying "ending" ever

Additional Notes:
Just like every game I play, I make it a commitment to finish the game all the way through. Of course, I finished this (despite this game's flaws), and my achievements are proof of that. Toki Tori 2 just has so many fundamental design problems making it a title I cannot recommend to anyone. It pains me to see how disappointing this ended up being since it looked like it really could of been something special.
Posted: August 12
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
1.0 hrs on record
Tl;dr version;
* Toki Tori 1 piques your mind wondering how to solve this puzzle, and makes you feel rather good once you finally solve it.
* Toki Tori 2+ piques your mind wondering what the developers where thinking.

* Toki Tori 1 is fun trying to solve puzzles and complete them.
* Toki Tori 2+ is wondering when it's starting to get fun; and it never gets there.

Conclusion; If you want a game where the fun is puzzling out puzzles get Toki Tori 1. If you want a game where you want to wonder where the fun went, buy Toki Tori 2+

Long description;
Toki Tori 1 was a bit of a surprise to me how much fun it was. I didn't really expect to get hooked on a puzzle game, not generally my thing. Even if it was relative simple, with a short amount of items, the puzzles were usually engaging, making you think, and making you feel good about yourself once you finally figure them out. Or feel stupid if you can't and YouTube them and then go "Oh, that was the sollution. How could I not see that?"
All in all; it's good fun.

Which makes it all the more baffling what went wrong during the development of Toki Tori 2+
* Instead of expanding the game, they took almost everything out. You only got 2(!) commands now. Z and X (stomp and make noise) which you need to solve ALL puzzles. Does 2 buttons for puzzles seem too shallow? Then you would be right, since it is. Instead of TT1 where you felt good solving the puzzle laid out before you here you simply need to do the command the developers want you to do, since there's not much more with 2 commands. Puzzles (like the frog and bubble) get repeated ad infentum. Instead of puzzling all you need to do is manipulate the environment, which isn't all that difficult since you only got 2 buttons to do stuff. To add injury to insult instead of large areas as TT1 TT2 decides to hugely zoom in. The result? That you never get complex large puzzles, but small compact instances. If you're "stuck" it never takes long since everything you need is within your small screen. It may take a small time to figure out, say, more fireflies bind together to make more light. But you can be guaranteed once you solve it the game will throw it 30 more times at you to make sure you remember what Z and X are on your keyboard. So instead of making your brain think, you simply follow the simple commands to allow the game to move you on. Away goes almost all the TT1 fun. But it gets worse.

* For some reason levels weren't good enough, so we now got an "open world". Why? I don't know. You still follow level after level, but thanks to a map which is useless and doesn't show in any way where the levels are you pretty much wonder where the heck you're going. The map/levels branch too. I have no idea why, since it adds tedious backtracking, and a wonderement where to go next. Why? Because nothing is interesting at all. Do I need to go left or right for the game to start getting fun, to actually get somewhere? Nope... you just follow level after level of pointlessness, purpose-less and boring. Other games might actually make this pointless moving forward interesting with a plotline, cutscenes, rewards... ANYTHING, but not this game... it's just moving forward and forward into a meaningless pointlessness, not even worth exploring like say The Elder Scrolls since the world while cute isn't interesting *at all*. You can also forget looking forward to new mechanics, you keep Z and X'ing forever. Environmental stuff changes, but it never really feels any different than the very first puzzle you came across.
It's not a good thing when a game makes you wonder "why am I even playing this?"

Finally, I got somewhere that I got a song to take pictures of animals. Why I have no clue still, but after I was done with it I suddenly got teleported to the useless map screen and had to point at a glowing pillar many many levels back. That pretty much was it... it was boring to go through content once, what makes them think I would even want to go through it twice? Why the heck can't that bird get me back to where I was... why even.
You know what, my 3rd Steam card just dropped. I don't care anymore... take your game. I'll go back to Toki Tori 1 to have fun. Since no way in hell will I retrack to where I used to be through the same pointless "puzzles" that bored me to death this first 1 hour.

I have no idea where they went off so badly that they produced such a pointless, dull and uninteresting game, that while cute, lacks any depth what-so-ever. And for a puzzle-game, that's killing.
Many people want sequels to be different, to not be more of the same. I would say the same. But Toki Tori 2+ completely missed the mark in this respect. A missed opportunity. Oh well, atleast we got the first game...
Posted: September 23
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1 of 3 people (33%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
I still have no idea what this game is about. I tried to play it. I tried *really hard*, but I couldn't get over the feeling that I was struggling to figure out something that was intended to be played by 4 year olds.
Posted: June 26
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