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Toto Temple Deluxe

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  • "Toto Temple Deluxe is near perfect and delivers an amazing party experience"
    - Rares Gruian (8WorldsNews)

  • "It's simple and addictive - what a multiplayer game should be."
    - Mysterious Indiecade Judge

  • "It's fun, it's crazy, and you'll undoubtedly be yelling."
    - Alpha (N4G)

  • "It is stupidly fun. You'll likely find yourself standing in front of the screen, yelling at your fellow goat stealers and jostling them in real life."
    - Dan Tynan (Yahoo)

Toto Temple Deluxe is a fast-paced, local-multiplayer king-of-the-hill style game in which players must steal an egg-laying goat from their friends and try to keep it on their own head for as long as possible. You know, normal stuff.

Dashing Gameplay
Infinitely dash in any direction to swiftly move around and powerfully headbutt the goat carrier to steal its four-legged booty. Escape your jealous opponents and protect the goat by blocking their attacks with a well-timed shield pop! You’ll "get their goat", guaranteed.

Classic Mode
Prove you’re the ultimate shepherd in Classic mode: Gather 3k points first by holding on to the goat, collecting coins hatched from goat eggs (yeah… don’t ask) and harnessing the power of powerful power-ups! Play as teams or in free-for-all.

Bomb Mode
Blast everyone’s face off in Bomb mode: Be the first to grab the explosive goat (we know, stop interrupting us) and keep it long enough for it to detonate near your soon-to-be-dead rivals. Lose the goat and the timer resets! Play as teams or in free-for-all.

Temples
Each temple offers a unique, exploitable mechanic for you to discover. Use them wisely and outsmart your opponents like they don’t even... what?… how did you..?

Bots
Bots will play with you whenever you want and for as long as you want. They never complain. They also never open up your fridge and ask if they can eat that pizza slice you got left from last night. Bots are awesome. Oh, and you can change their difficulty level too, because they will probably kick your ass-tonishing little bottom.
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Juicy Beast Studio
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Juicy Beast
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Juicy Beast Studio, Juicy Beast
Age rating
0+ Everyone
Website
http://www.tototempledeluxe.com/

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Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1.2Ghz+
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256MB
  • Storage: 250 MB available space
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Toto Temple Deluxe reviews and comments

Toto Temple Deluxe is, in all honesty, fine for what it is - but there's a reason at the end of the day why couch co-op only multiplayer seems kind of neglected nowadays. It's because it went from being the only way to play multiplayer to, if anything, a niche.

Here's the issue with a game like TTD (outside of conventions, where it reportedly did very well) - You aren't easily going to convince three other people to come over to play a couch co-op game with you for several pretty damning reasons. For one, it's really difficult to get a consistent group of people together for anything, so this game and games like it will probably see one big play session per purchase because, unless your buddies REALLY enjoy the experience, they're not exactly going to dedicate a couple hours of their day to not only play it, but come over to your goddamned house (or use Parsec, assuming everyone in the group has a PC and a network connection that can support it AND either a compatible controller or knowledge of what DS4Windows is AND assuming you even have the PC version of the game in the first place) to do so.

This isn't usually that big of a problem - couch co-op games have existed in the past, of course - but the issue is, I just don't think Toto Temple is an amazing enough experience to warrant getting a big group together more than once.

Hate to say it, but you just need online multiplayer - couch co-op only doesn't cut it anymore. I know, I know, and trust me, I like the idea of the wholesome 80s or 90s couch co-op vibe as much as the next guy, but the industry has evolved past the need for these types of games unless they have some online capability.

So, Toto Temple Deluxe is a well-made, charming little product by a dev team that seems to genuinely know what they're doing and there's nothing really entirely *wrong* with it, but games that cater to this specific of a niche and refuse to stray outside of it whatsoever are never going to be flexible enough to get a particularly amazing rating.
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Quite effective as a party game, but don't be fooled into thinking there'll be online out-of-the-box or that the game has anything to offer as a single player experience. 

If you're in the situation where you've got 3 lads coming down to the house to sink a beer together (or I suppose if you have 3 people with controllers who are willing to download Parsec) and you need something to play then TTD isn't a bad purchase, but that is a very specific scenario and I can't see it happening all that often, unless you're quite the social butterfly.
«Better with friends»
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