Summary: Toki Tori is a puzzle game, one about an extremely cute little bird of a species that apparently has not been discovered yet by mankind. A very, very cute bird species. In fact, Toki Tori is the most completely innocent and cuddly game character in a long time. And he stars in an excellent game, one that actually came out for Gameboy years ago.
Summary: The cute little chicken is back! This time in his original game, Toki Tori. The game has been rendered to 720p, and includes a nifty rewind feature, which allows for mistakes to quickly become forgotten. As a classic puzzler, Toki Tori stretches the mind to the fullest, so don't be put off by the cuteness of this humble game. The various items must be used in their correct positions and at the correct time in order to solve the puzzles at hand.
Summary: It's really hard to find any fault with this game. There isn't really any replay value, but with the amount of puzzles, it's hard to hold that against a game of this price. The only reason I can see that a person wouldn't like this game is if s/he didn't like puzzle-platformers in general. For anyone who is a fan of the genre, this is a must have.
Summary: Toki Tori is a short and sweet game for those who love puzzles and a bright colored atmospheric game. The game's puzzles will leave you thinking on how to progress and the colorful themes in the design and music will keep you on your way as you try to solve through the puzzles in the game.
Summary: Pretty bland and boring, honestly. The puzzles get ridiculous in a hurry, and require you to use the given tools in the precise manner the developers intended, effectively eliminating any possibility of player creativity. The worst part of the game, however, is the color scheme. When you play for 30 minutes or more and then quit the game, you will immediately notice a strange impression it has left in your eyes with its bright, neon colors as you seemingly view the world...
Summary: Pretty fun little game - but my interest is fading. I've played 15 hours on Steam where I purchased it on sale for $0.49, and it's well worth that. I like that it doesn't require rapid reflexes to solve most puzzles. It really is mostly a puzzle game - where you have to plan out all your steps and resource use in advance. Lots of trial and error with a helpful "rewind" button for when you mess up.
Summary: Surprisingly mature and clever gameplay. The only children-directed aspect of this game is the presentation. It's because of that I recommend it especially to families and institutions. The gameplay is for mindful thinkers and tinkerers of all ages. Some levels are very difficult.
Summary: When you first see this game, you might get the impression it's more of a child's game, but believe me, it's not! I got this game in a bundle with some other games and had low expectations of it, but actually it turned out to be the best game of the bundle where I already spent over 20 hours in. :) Toki Tori is actually a puzzle game.
Summary: Toki Tori is essentially a puzzle game. I just finished all the stages in normal level without any helps, which indicated that the puzzle is fair and reasonable. There are several tools to clear each stage. What you need to do is to find the way to utilize these tools in the most efficient way (at right locations and at right timings). 90 percent of stages in normal level are fairly easy if you like puzzle games.