Excerpt: Story- The Ooganis once lived in peace and prosperity, guided by their trusted and wise chiefs. When some new faces known as the Boolis appear, the chiefs are suspect about their presence. The Boolis seem to be kind and shower the Ooganis with gifts, but the chiefs warn their people not to trust these newcomers. But their pleas are ignored and the Ooganis begin to trust the Boolis more than they do their own chiefs, which is just what the Boolis were waiting for.
Conclusion: There is one problem though. While it is clearly a nice game, Ancients of Ooga doesn't really do anything interesting enough to get beyond being a nice game into being a must have. It clearly wants to be loved but all the elements, no mater how well put together they are, are all borrowed and never feel like they will do something spectacular or truly different. Ninja Bee has made a very passable game but sadly it doesn't go very much beyond that.
Conclusion: Esse jogo é Fantastico, com graficos muito bem elaborados, com cores bem nitidas, muitos cenarios diferentes, tem uma jogabilidade incrivel, com desafios para todos os niveis, raciocinio rapido, coordenação motora, concentração, reflexo e pasciência em dose dupla, não é muito dificil de jogar com os personagens que de acordo com sua tribo tem uma habilidade especial diferente, apesar de não ter conseguido comer todos os itens pois nos ultimos capitulos não dei muita...
Excerpt: Today in our exclusive console DLC titles week, we take a look at an Xbox 360 game, having reviewed a PS3 title (Landit Bandit) earlier. Video games have made some pretty ridiculous concepts seem commonplace in our lives. I mean, have you ever stopped to think about how absurd the idea of a talking blue hedgehog moving faster than a person can blink is? Or how about giant gorillas jumping into barrels and being blasted dozens of feet in the air?
Summary: Basically a kids game, " Ancients Of Ooga " is incredibly easy. Its great value, but I found it to be too long. The gameplay doesn’t change up enough for you to stick around for the 8-10 hours it will take to finish the game, and the controls can also often be a problem, which affected my enjoyment.
Excerpt: Ancients of Ooga is a puzzle/platformer from NinjaBee, the developer behind Cloning Clyde and A Kingdom for Keflings . It's a quirky game that sports accessible gameplay and a good sense of humor. That doesn't mean it's for everybody. Ancients of Ooga is probably too simplistic for the hardcore crowd that is doubtless itching to tear into this year's Summer of Arcade. However, it's a solid addition to the Xbox Live Arcade library.
Excerpt: Ancients of Ooga isn't short of ideas--on some counts. By the end of this side-scrolling puzzle platformer, you'll be commanding creatures that can variously fly, breathe fire, conjure floods, slow down time, dive-bomb enemies, emanate toxic stinks, walk on lava, and electrify themselves, not to mention ingest and regurgitate each other. But that wealth of abilities isn't well matched to the game's repetitive cycle of levels and too gentle difficulty curve.
Pros: Variety of Oogani special abilities, Solid, simple platforming, Fun ideas--including the eating and puking mechanic
Cons: Lack of difficulty progression, Some ropey animations
Excerpt: The simple Oogani people got a bit too comfortable scarfing intoxicating slugs, and the hangover has come due. Their leaders lie dead, and Booli meanies have enslaved the survivors. Good thing you can possess the Ooganis’ gangly Play-Doh–ish bodies and resurrect their godlike chieftains. Ancients of Ooga’s 50 sidescrolling stages are bright 2.5D mazes of levers, gates, ladders, and beasties.
Pros: + Lots of cool special abilities, as well as objects to gobble and barf., + 50 colorful levels full of goofy attitude.
Cons: - Disappointingly simplistic puzzles; crippled offline-only co-op., ? What sort of inter-dimensional digestive tract can handle a dozen melons?