Two Tribes 2001-2019 Mega Pack
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Two Tribes 2001-2019 Mega Pack Physical Edition Unveiled By Super Rare Games

A Two Tribes 2001-2019 Mega Pack physical edition for the Nintendo Switch has been unveiled by Super Rare Games, a company specializing in bringing indie titles on the Switch to retail in limited editions.

Collectors will be able to purchase the Two Tribes 2001-2019 Mega Pack from 10 am PDT, 1 pm EDT, 6 pm BST at the Super Rare Games website on August 15th. You’ll have to be quick though because there are only 3,000 copies of the Mega Pack and 2,000 single copies of the other two carts.

The Two Tribe 2001-2019 Mega Pack comes in a lovingly designed custom box complete with the Toki Tori Collection and RIVE: Ultimate Edition limited editions. A fact sheet with details about the history of Two Tribes. The content is split into two cartridges, each containing three games.

Cart 1 – Toki Tori Collection: Toki Tori 1, Toki Tori 2+, Toki Tori Game Boy Colour Version.

Cart 2 – RIVE: Ultimate Edition: RIVE, Swap This!, A demo for the unreleased Three Tribes.

Two Tribes 2001-2019 Mega Pack

Toki Tori is a puzzle game series created back in 2001 and its first release was Toki Tori for the Game Boy Colour. The cute, chubby titular Chicken has to overcome his physical limitations in order to solve puzzles. Toki Tori 2 + for Nintendo Switch, the most recent release, is said to have perfected the Toki Tori experience.

RIVE is a shooter where you blast your way through intense battles. The Ultimate Edition features a co-pilot mode, HD Rumble, new in-game achievements and several tweaks to improve the overall experience.

To order your copy make sure to visit the Super Rare Games website on August 15th. For more information on Two Tribes visit the official website.

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