The top teams from across the world have come to compete in
The Great Juju Challenge. Representing the Pupanunu tribe
are Tak and Lok who will face great adversity in the form
of Jujus, wild animals and some menacing new tribes...
the third in the Tak series of games, The Great
Juju Challenge, not only do you get to play as Tak, the
young "chosen one" of the Pupanunu
tribe, you also get to control Lok, the big, dim
tribesman that accompanies Tak on his challenge. Together
the two make a formidable team. There are certain areas of
the game and challenges that can only be accomplished by using
one of the two characters, or a combination of the two to
unlock more complex puzzles.
with previous Tak games, a big part of why this franchise
has flourished is its high production values, fantastic vocal
actors and, most importantly, its humour.
similar to past games in the franchise are the way your characters
can use creatures from their environments to solve puzzles.
Can't get a rhino to wake up? You can spend hours jumping
on it or kicking it to no avail. But if you pick up a baby
rhino and bring it to within hearing distance of the big rhino
it will soon wake up. Or, if you can't find a baby rhino,
a nest of bees will do the trick too.
gamers can't change the camera controls - a big problem if
you are used to reversing your horizontal and/or vertical
axis for the camera movement. This is by far the biggest stumbling
block. Even after days of playing I couldn't get used to the
fact that when I wanted to pan the camera to look left (I
like to press right for this) then the camera would look right.
to my mind, is the best Tak game to date. It's a challenging
(but not enough to be annoying), addictive and well polished
platform game that will please old and new gamers alike.
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