Ancients of Ooga PC

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  • Summary: From the creators of Cloning Clyde comes a new epic adventure Ancients of Ooga! Eat, chant, and even puke your way through the highly comical, primeval land of Ooga. There's never a dull moment as you meet, befriend, and finally acquire seven zany Oogani tribes. Uncover their lost ancientFrom the creators of Cloning Clyde comes a new epic adventure Ancients of Ooga! Eat, chant, and even puke your way through the highly comical, primeval land of Ooga. There's never a dull moment as you meet, befriend, and finally acquire seven zany Oogani tribes. Uncover their lost ancient powers, and exploit their abilities and lead them in a revolt against the tyrannical Boolis. This is classic platforming and puzzle solving with a novel eat/carry/puke inventory management component. Over fifty amazing levels, excellent multiplayer, plus, narcotic slugs that make you loopy! Ancients of Ooga is sure to take you out of this world. The PC version will have an additional 13 achievements. Expand
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  1. Feb 23, 2013
    10
    This is the game of a generation. With catchy music that gets stuck janglin' in your head, amazing graphics that are good and an engagingThis is the game of a generation. With catchy music that gets stuck janglin' in your head, amazing graphics that are good and an engaging storyline that I found interesting. Doesn't even begin to compare with the amazingness that is Cloning Clyde. Ninja Bee studios, rock on Expand
  2. Nov 20, 2013
    9
    Bacon Wrapped Games delivers another awesome adventure platform game… But this time it’s even better than “Cloning Clyde”, I really don’t knowBacon Wrapped Games delivers another awesome adventure platform game… But this time it’s even better than “Cloning Clyde”, I really don’t know how these guys do such a good job at making good looking, well animated and highly interesting games… Basically, the object of the game is to collect bits and bobs throughout various levels and of course save your ‘ooga’ friends… It’s really hard to describe why this was an engaging game, but it provided me with more hours of entertainment than I could have expected from the title… I have no problem recommending this at all as it’s perfect for some casual and humorous gaming fun. Expand
  3. Aug 23, 2016
    6
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Remember Odd World? I do :)
    Well this ain't Odd World.
    However, it still is a good effort - a side scroller in which you "possess" fun little creatures with different abilities to solve puzzly levels. The Oogas are fun, the animations are amusing, the game is nicely detailed, and the overall graphics are pretty good and full of Hawaiian-type color palette.

    Here's the downer - while first few missions are fun to play while you learn, the rest quickly become repetitive and boring - you need to get to point 'A', but in order to get there you need to possess the Red Ooga who can walk on fire (just an example). But you cannot possess his ass until you bring him a watermelon. To get that watermelon you need to possess a yellow Ooga who can pass through thorny bushes; but he also will not let you possess him until you save his Green Ooga brother who is locked in a cage. And so you possess a Blue Ooga, and grind through the level, chaining the tasks that need to be performed in order to complete it.

    At the end - it is a very samey, but extremely cute and pleasureful game. If only the missions were varied enough to keep me playing for more than 3 hours.
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