Totem Tribe - Where Natural Life Begins!
The new and totally addictive game Totem Tribe will make you in charge of a small tribe
trying to survive and lead a healthy and stable life. The strategy game play offers much
diversity, and the stunning graphics are beyond any praise.
Do you think you have leadership qualities? Time to test them!
So, you start your game as Aruku, the young, beautiful and very responsible chieftain of the
Hawk Tribe. Everything used to be steady and peaceful on their Planet, until the Epoch of
the Comet came and disturbing signs appeared in space. The Tribe had to migrate, and Tetala
Island was the best option - due to magical sparkles over it. So, you'll try to find a new
home and achieve happy life for the whole tribe moving among islands and looking for the
best place to live. But everything won't be that simple. A mysterious shadow seems to scheme
something against the Hawk Tribe, and they have to find out what it is and fight it if they
want to live peacefully.
That is essentially all about the story of the game, though I can assure you that by the
second island you'll be fully engaged and striving to know what it is, not mentioning
wishing to keep your whole tribe safe.
As to the game play, as I already said, it's mainly strategy. For each island you'll have a
number of objectives revealed to you one by one. You'll construct buildings, each with its
individual features. Most of the buildings train different type of characters needed for
different purposes. As you might guess, workers build, fighters defend and scouts explore.
Once some units are trained you can assign them to different tasks you need them to do.
That's why building enough huts for workers or archery ranges for archery is one of your
first steps on any island. There is one thing rather annoying - your workers can do one
thing at a time, and you, for example, order them to build one more hut, the whole horde
will leave the previous task and go fulfill the latest. But you can switch between tasks as
often as you wish (not more than three at a time), and you'll soon get used to it.
Besides developing your own camp you'll explore each island and interact with different
objects you'll find there. Collecting jewels, solving mini-puzzles and gathering everything
you find you can get some bonuses that make your life easier later in the game. And some
them constitute your game objectives, like the Tear of Heaven or the six Totems.
Tip: when after a level you are offered to either proceed to the next island or stay and
continue, don't leave until you open the large chest - it usually contains a very useful
Adding the beauiful and detailed visuals to the highly addictive game play, we can come to
the conclusion that Totem Tribe is a really high quality strategy game for everyone. Need
more proof? Try it for yourself!
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