- Platform: PlayStation2
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger (PS2)
- Fast-paced, light-hearted and humorous character action game
- Ty can run, jump, swim and glide
- More than 50 characters based on real-life indigenous animals of Australia
- Wide-open, highly interactive 3D environments
- Signature boomerangs and powerful "chomping" ability
- A wide array of gameplay styles including combat and puzzles
- Mini-games including herding, collecting, and problem solving
- For 1 player
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Ty is a wild, charismatic, boomerang wielding Tasmanian tiger whose adventures take the player through a brilliantly animated 3-D environment set in the ruggedness and splendour of Australia. His adventurous journey sees him tracking down five Talismans to unlock a portal to another world where his fellow Tasmanian tigers are trapped. Traversing through a wide range of locations including the rainforest, snowy mountains, desert terrain and a barrier reef, he will encounter a large cast of characters--both friends and foes--all of whom are based on real-life animals that are indigenous to the Australian Outback. The game offers many elements customary in to character-based action titles, including Ty's usage of signature boomerangs as well as his chomping abilities, and provides a wide selection of gameplay styles such as combat, riding, puzzles and an array of mini-games.
Take on the role of Ty, who's always believed that he's the lone remaining Tasmanian Tiger--until, during a chance meeting with a mystical bunyip elder, Ty discovers that his fellow Tasmanian Tigers are still alive but trapped in another world, Dreamtime. In order to unlock and open the portal to Dreamtime, Ty must go on an adventure to find five stolen talismans. So begins his journey through a wide range of locations including the rainforest, snowy mountains, billabongs, the Outback and the Great Barrier Reef.
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger will offer a light-hearted and humorous action adventure experience where players will encounter a bevy of madcap characters based on real-life animals that are indigenous to Australia. For example, the charismatic Ty is inspired by the extinct Tasmanian tiger and his main enemy, the evil Boss Cass is a cassowary with a bad attitude.
Top Customer Reviews
As you'd expect from a 3D free-roaming platform game, you (as Ty) are required to collect items littering the landscape; this time, trails of glittering Opals are the Pac-Man-esque pick-ups. Although not essential to progress, these Opal routes generally lead you in the direction of the action, but as usual deviating from the path can uncover secret areas and pick-ups. Your major priority is to collect volcanic Thunder Eggs. These are usually obtained by finding an inaccessible area or completing the various sub-missions issued to you by the madcap cast of animal characters. These include objectives such as locating a missing Platypus babe at the top of a nearby mountain or herding a colony of bats from a hollow log before it floods. Once you net 17 Thunder Eggs, one of the missing talismans will be yours.
Boss Cass obviously isn't taking this lying down and you'll face numerous villainous minions on your travels, all inspired by actual down-under fauna.Read more ›
It arrived promptly and was in excellent working condition.
I would recommend this game to anyone who's a fan of old school gaming!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Been after this old game for a while. Though used and second hand the item arrived punctually and works very well. Thank youPublished on 26 Aug. 2013 by J K S Matsis
The game wasn't as fun as I thought it would be. It was more fun as a child, but its still difficultPublished on 11 Aug. 2013 by MarLar
If your looking a good which is every better then those two overrated rubbish look GTA 3 and Jak 2, Check This One Out.Published on 28 Jan. 2012 by Efe Marshall