Toki Tori developer Two Tribes are planning to meet the Christmas dash head on with their classic game Rush for the Wii U. In a recent tweet from the developer, Rush is aiming for a December 12 release on the eShop for both North America and Europe, while receiving a few final tweaks. The 3D puzzle game is currently available on Steam – you can watch the above trailer to see how the coloured boxes are guided into their exits by conveyor belts, warp points and arrow panels to get a feel for the title.
WayForward and Two Tribes are both continuing their ardent support of Nintendo consoles by bringing a couple of tried and true games from their catalogs to the Wii U this month. WayForward’s Mighty Switch Force 2, released on Nintendo 3DS in June, will be ported over to the Wii U on October 17th in North America and October 25th in all other regions. The title will sell for only $5.99. The original Mighty Switch Force was given new stages and visuals when it was brought to Wii U from 3DS, so here’s hoping WayForward will continue this trend.
Additionally, Two Tribes have announced on their Twitter page that the first Toki Tori will be rushed out onto the Wii U eShop before month’s end. The title had been previously confirmed along with two other puzzle classics from the Two Tribes vault, and now the company has revealed that it will be arriving even sooner than expected. Even though the Wii U picked up some momentum from the release of The Wind Waker HD in North America, the ailing console can certainly use the help of these stellar games coming to its eShop this month.
In a potential partnership of epic proportions, Toki Tori developer Two Tribes nearly had Nintendo and Valve working together to bring players of Toki Tori 2+ a special level editor. At one point faced with less-than-stellar sales of Toki Tori 2+ on Wii U, Two Tribes decided that they wanted gamers to be able to make their own levels on either platform, while being able to log into Steam and share them through the Workshop.
Apparently Nintendo and Valve were both on board with the idea, but Two Tribes could not bring it all into fruition in time to get it ready for the release of Toki Tori 2+. Alas, the partnership never panned out, but Two Tribes is optimistic that they may return to the idea in the future. Here are comments from the company’s Martijn Reuvers:
“Our dream was basically to let users create levels on whatever platform they’d prefer and that they would be able to share it through Steam Workshop. So we came up with a proposal that would allow Wii U owners of Toki Tori 2+ to login to Steam, so that they could make use of that functionality. Kinda what Valve did with Portal on the PS3. Nintendo and Valve reacted very positively and we had some calls and e-mails with both parties about this proposal.
Unfortunately things like this take time and cannot be implemented overnight. So for Toki Tori 2+, it was too late at that point. However we still are in contact with them, so should things change, we’ll definitely revisit it again.”
Two Tribes has announced that it will throw some support in the direction of Wii U by releasing three of its classic games in the Wii U eShop by the end of the year. The first Toki Tori installment will release in October, followed by EDGE in November, then RUSH caps off the trilogy with a December arrival. All three puzzlers will feature off-TV play and be priced at only $1.99 each. The Wii U can use all the help it can get, as abysmal sales figures continue to pile in for the console.
Two Tribes, the development team behind Toki Tori, has announced via Twitter that Toki Tori 2+ is coming to Wii U as a free update on Thursday in Europe and the US regions. Toki Tori 2+ offers a number of improvements on the original. These include reducing the need for backtracking on previous puzzles and the game’s world map is now easier to read. Two Tribes has also upgraded the game’s visuals in the free update.
Two Tribes, the development team behind Toki Tori, has announced on Twitter that they have something cool for Wii U owners to check out next week. Two Tribes previously said that they’re looking to bring Toki Tori 2+, Toki Tori, RUSH, EDGE to the Wii U. So perhaps the announcement has something to do with those games. Of course, it could be something entirely brand new. What would you like to see Two Tribes announce?
We’ve got something cool coming for Wii U owners next week!
Thanks, Kallum S
Two Tribes, the acclaimed developer behind the Toki Tori franchise, has revealed via Twitter that they are looking to bring Toki Tori 2+, Toki Tori, RUSH, EDGE to the Wii U. The development studio is also considering EDGE for the Nintendo 3DS. At the moment Two Tribes is fishing for a Japanese publisher for these games and are asking any interested parties to get in touch.
To all Japanese publishers out there! Interested in publishing Toki Tori 2+, Toki Tori, RUSH, EDGE for
#WiiU and EDGE for 3DS? Get in touch!
Developer Two Tribes has announced that its latest puzzle video game, Toki Tori 2, is on sale in the Nintendo eShop on Wii U for a limited time. Originally priced at $14.99, the game can be purchased for $11.24 until next week, on June 6th. Toki Tori 2 was released in April and has since received generally favorable reviews.
European Wii U owners who have been waiting for the Toki Tori 2 patch will be pleased to know that it’s now live and ready to download. The update, which fixes a variety of bugs in the game, is available as of today on the Wii U eShop. The game’s developers Two Tribes say it will be released in North America shortly, but a date is yet to be confirmed.
Game developers Two Tribes has revealed that a patch will be released to address some of the issues in Toki Tori 2 for the Wii U. The platformer – featuring a delightful fluffy bird – has been quietly nesting in the Nintendo eShop for over three weeks, but the developers thought it was high-time to provide an update for those niggling problems players have experienced. The update has been submitted to Nintendo and is said to be coming soon. Here’s a list of the issues that has been fixed or changed:
- Improved the flow of the game after reaching the room with the ‘thing’
- Added another super-secret area
- Fixed a bug where Toki Tori was invisible after returning to the game
- Fades between levels now fade the audio too
- Simplified the puzzle in the underwater passage
- Fixed an issue when the TokiDex was completed in the photo room
- Some back- and foreground elements got a fresh coat of paint
- When all the collectibles in a level (or the entire game) are collected a melody will play to notify the player
- Fixed a rare bug where the player completed the game, but the end scene wouldn’t trigger
- Various level tweaks, based on Miiverse feedback