HARDERWIJK, The Netherlands, June 2nd 2008
Two Tribes, the Dutch game developer behind "Worms: Open Warfare 2" for Nintendo DS™, today announces the full availability of Toki Tori for WiiWare. Toki Tori was a launch game for the European/Australian launch of WiiWare and is available in North and South America as of today, June the 2nd.
Toki Tori has been available for two weeks in Europe and Australia and has met with a lot of praise from the online gaming community. Early reviews have also been favorable, with gamesradar.com claiming:
"Fun, clever, friendly and rewarding, it will stimulate the old noggin without ever feeling like hard work. And that's exactly what puzzle games should do."
The gameplay in Toki Tori is a blend of two genres. While it looks like a platform game, it's a puzzle game by heart. Players will have to look and plan ahead carefully while using a variety of items, such as the Telewarp, Freeze-o-Matic and InstantRockTM to name but a few.
To celebrate its release, Two Tribes has released some new footage in the form of a TV Commercial. The video can be found at:
http://www.tokitori.com/downloads/TokiToriTVCommercial.wmv (Windows Media Video)
More information about "Toki Tori" for WiiWare can be found at:
ABOUT TWO TRIBES
Two Tribes B.V. is a privately owned company focusing on the development of games for portable devices and downloadable game services. Since 2000 Two Tribes has been operating from their offices in the center of the Netherlands.
Over the years, Two Tribes has created games for a wide range of game devices. They developed games for Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance and countless mobile phones. With the advent of downloadable game services, such as WiiWare and XBox Live Arcade, Two Tribes has entered
home-console development as well.
More information on past and current games is available at:
Two Tribes B.V.
Marie Curiestraat 53
3846 BW Harderwijk
T: +31 (0) 341 423 305
F: +31 (0) 341 452 696
NINTENDO DS IS A TRADEMARK OF NINTENDO. Wii, WiiWARE AND THE Wii LOGO ARE
TRADEMARKS OF NINTENDO.