Two Tribes is Bringing Toki Tori 2+ to Nintendo Switch Later this Month

Two Tribes has announced that they will be porting Toki Tori 2+, a sequel to a 2001 Game Boy Color Game, to the Nintendo Switch later this month.

February 16, 2018

While RIVE may have been the final new game to be released by independent developer Two Tribes, the company has not shut down, and they are still porting games to new systems. Last November, they released RIVE: Ultimate Edition on Nintendo Switch, and today, Two Tribes announced that they are bringing Toki Tori 2+ on the Nintendo Switch later this month.

Toki Tori 2+ will cost $9.99 and is poised to launch on February 23. The Nintendo Switch version of this game will run at 60FPS, feature in-game achievements, HD Rumble, and video capture support. Some new secrets have also been added, giving those who have already played the game a reason to pick it up on the Switch.

For those of you who don’t know, Toki Tori 2+ is a simple but engaging puzzle platformer where players only have the ability to whistle and stop. The game is actually a sequel to a 2001 Game Boy Color title, advancing the series to meet more modern looks and standards. It first released on Wii U in April of 2013 before coming to PC later that year. Since that, the definitive version Toki Tori 2+ released, and the title has made its way to Linux and PS4.

You can check out a trailer announcing the Nintendo Switch version of the game below. Toki Tori 2+ will hit the Nintendo Switch on February 23 and is currently available on PC, Linux, PS4, and Wii U.

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