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Toki Tori to celebrate 10 years with a PSN release

Submitted by on Saturday, 5 November 2011One Comment

toki forestfalls e1320527632904 Toki Tori to celebrate 10 years with a PSN releaseA remake of Two Tribes‘ popular puzzle platformer, Toki Tori, will be winging its way on to the European PlayStation Store from 16 November.

The addictive bird-themed puzzler arrived on the Game Boy Colour 10 years ago, and remakes have since appeared on the Wii and PC. Now PS3 owners have the chance to join the fun.

The latest version is also set to be the best version yet, thanks to some welcome improvements, including 16 new levels and full HD and 3D support. It has also been adapter to work with Move, which is nice – we really need more Move titles.

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Toki Tori has you guiding a small bird called Toki Tori through 90+ pluzzle levels, spread over 4 mysterious worlds. Toki Tori collect eggs along the way while being armed to the teeth with a wide arsenal of weapons and items. These are essential for passing puzzles.

Toki Tori is ideal for a younger audience, but that doesn’t mean older players should be put off by its cute exterior, because it does have a mean streak.

Note: The above footage is from an older PC version. Watch it only to get a feel for the gameplay.

To celebrate Toki Tori’s 10-year anniversary, Playlogic is giving away 10 redeemable codes through their official Twitter feed (twitter.com/PlaylogicGames). Give them a follow and tweet something using the #TokiToriPS3 hashtag explaining why you deserve a code. Winners are to be announced at the official launch on 16 November.

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