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Toki Tori

The Scoop: Toki Tori; By: Two Tribes B.V.; For: Windows

Toki Tori involves a wide-eyed, telewarping chicken who has to round up pilfered eggs, using special powers. The version pictured here is actually the Windows remake of a 2001 Game Boy Color game, its chief virtue being a few extra bonus levels and the same enhanced visual touchup given the 2008 Wii version. The reason you've probably never heard of Toki Tori--and the reason to give this clever little puzzle game a try--is that it originally arrived just as Game Boy Advance hit the scene, stealing the spotlight.

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