Toree 3D

SIACTRO, SIACTRO, Diplodocus Games

Fair Man
OpenCritic Rating
68
Top Critic Average
60%
Critics Recommend
Based on 5 critic reviews
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Toree 3D

Rating Summary

Based on 5 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

68

Top Critic Average

60%

Critics Recommend

Based on 5 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PCApr 9, 2021
Nintendo SwitchApr 9, 2021

Developer: SIACTRO

Publishers: SIACTRO, Diplodocus Games

Genres: Action, Platformer, Arcade

A bite-sized 3D Platformer with a few weird elements. Life as a chirp is hard: As Toree straddles about, a creepy mean guy comes rushing along and steals Toree's ice cream. In an attempt to right this wrong, Toree starts a furious chase through nine carefully crafted levels with a strong emphasis on speed and flow. Features: - Late 90s low poly aesthetic - Fast paced platforming - 9 levels with unique elements - 2 secret characters to unlock - speed rankings in each level to promote replayability

Toree 3D Critic Reviews

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Simultaneously using its charm and creepiness to great effect, Toree 3D is an adorable little game with an amazing soundtrack and wonderful art style. It has just enough content to keep you hooked, and at 99 cents is an instant recommendation for anyone looking for a quick platforming fix.

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Going in with diminished expectations no-doubt coloured our impressions, but our brief time with Toree 3D was undeniably delightful. For significantly less than the price of a decent cup of coffee, you get an enjoyably bite-sized, colourful 3D platformer with great music and a fun aesthetic that doesn't take itself seriously in the slightest — and it doesn't stick around long enough to get boring, or for its weak points (and inevitable lack of depth) to become an issue. Big studios who feel obliged to stretch games out for dozens of hours could learn a thing or two from its brevity.

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I rather like the mid-'90s 3DO/Saturn look, and there are a few pleasant music tracks, as well. But when I put the nostalgic presentation and low price aside, I'm left with the realization that Toree 3D is a short-lived game I just didn't find particularly fun. The level design is hit-or-miss, and the camera needs more attention. I'd direct players on a budget to Macbat 64: Journey of a Nice Chap instead.

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Toree 3D is the most fun that a dollar can buy. It is very brief, but it does have a lot of charm and the foundation of the mechanics are very satisfying. Level design is extremely tight; there is nothing wasted, and there is no filler. By the time it is over, expect to replay a few stages in order to feel that euphoric rush of adrenaline from the platforming.

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