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Ancients of Ooga

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From the creators of 'Cloning Clyde' comes a new epic adventure!

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. Classic platforming/puzzle solving with a novel eat/carry/puke inventory management component. Over fifty amazing levels, plus, narcotic slugs that make you loopy!

Ancients of Ooga is sure to take you out of this world.

Key features:
  • An immersive adventure leading seven zany tribes to freedom.
  • Unlockable ancient abilities for each unique tribe.
  • Revive murdered chiefs each with incredible powers to control the elements.
  • A novel eat/carry/puke inventory management component.
  • Classic platforming/puzzle solving
  • Over fifty levels
Release date
Bacon Wrapped Games
Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP or later
  • Processor: 3.0 Ghz or higher.
  • Memory: 512MB
  • Hard Disk Space: 500 MB
  • Video Card: Shader version 3.0 or higher compatible card
  • DirectX®: 9.0

System requirements for Xbox 360

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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Dibs on the Drumstick
Make a feast for the flappers.
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The New Boss
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Ancients of Ooga reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Ancients of Ooga is a twisted Platformer where you control colorful, strapping goblins and solve all sorts of Switch Puzzles or find Objects. The Controls are fine, the Gameplay is fluid and you move forward quickly as the Level of difficulty is not too high. Overall very entertaining, though sometimes a bit oblique. Here's a little Innuendo Video: https://youtu.be/cYgCm96707Y
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Microsoft from Spain
Some reviews do not do justice to Ancients of Ooga because they focus on a very basic aspect of the game: it does not have a mode of options so you can change the resolution. It Is a trivial thing but also very basic. But It also has a very simple solution: if you navigate to the game folder you will find an. ini that you can edit to put the resolution you want. I Recommend this widely as playing it in a window is not the best. Ancients of Ooga is a platformer/riddle game. Think of Lemmings or Abe's Odyssey. You Play the role of a spirit that possesses its subjects, the Ooga, to expel the villains from their lands. Ooga change color Depending on the skills they have available and the tribe they belong to. One of the objectives is to revive the heads of the tribes. Bosses tend to be more powerful than the simple mortals you possess. The design of the characters fits a more or less comical role, between childish and irreverent. Ancients of Ooga seems like a caricature (I remember, particularly, the moments when you enter an altar to obtain powers). You enjoy watching the little Oogas give that illusion that they interact with each other, with the rocking movement of their long tongues and their guapachosos movements of Panza. With small details, the Oogas also appear variety and sometimes I approached to look at the differences in clothing, hats or eyebrows. The Oogas reminded me of the character design in Donkey Kong Country. Riddles are not very difficult but they can be long and laborious. Once you know the mechanics, sometimes you'd want the game to be shorter in certain distances so you don't have to do the same tour over and over again. The sound effects and drum music make the stay in the game enjoyable. Do I recommend It? Yes, it's a very simple and entertaining game. It Also seems like a very basic game to learn what platforms and puzzles are all about. It Has enough levels for Gozadera and is quite economical. It'S A shame you don't have Steam cards. I Have the impression that this game would be enjoyed more in company, is like a kind of family video game that invites to solve it among several. It Would Be enjoyed with a couple or with a little boy (son, nephew). You Might even enjoy it more with a dog or a turtle.
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