History VideoGame / Toki

7th Nov '17 4:22:07 PM Windows95Fan
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* PointOfNoContinues: Downplayed. No matter how many quarters are in your pockets; instead of immediately disabling the ability to credit-feed, once you reach the final stage the game allows you to continue only five (more) times before you are given a bad ending.

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* PointOfNoContinues: Downplayed. No matter how many quarters are in your pockets; instead of immediately disabling the ability to credit-feed, once you reach the final stage the game allows you to continue only five (more) times before you are given a text-only bad ending.
2nd Oct '17 5:55:36 PM Windows95Fan
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* GuiltBasedGaming: The continue screen shows Miho's face, appearing on some sort of mystical TV screen, pleading the player to drop in another coin or else she'll be killed.

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* GuiltBasedGaming: The continue screen shows Miho's face, appearing on some sort of mystical TV screen, pleading the player not to drop in another coin quit or else she'll be killed.



* LawOfOneHundred: Toki needs to pick up 50 coins to gain an extra life. 50 pieces of fruit in the Genesis version (fruit is present in the arcade game too, but there has only the purpose of ScoringPoints).

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* LawOfOneHundred: Toki needs to pick up 50 coins to gain an extra life. life, or 50 pieces of fruit in the Genesis version (fruit is present in the arcade game too, but there has only the purpose of ScoringPoints).
25th Sep '17 3:51:32 PM Windows95Fan
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* PointOfNoContinues: Downplayed. No matter how many quarters are in your pockets; instead of immediately disabling the ability to credit-feed, the game limits the number of times you can continue to five once you reach the final stage before you are given the bad ending.

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* PointOfNoContinues: Downplayed. No matter how many quarters are in your pockets; instead of immediately disabling the ability to credit-feed, the game limits the number of times you can continue to five once you reach the final stage the game allows you to continue only five (more) times before you are given the a bad ending.
31st Aug '17 7:16:49 AM Windows95Fan
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* PointOfNoContinues: Downplayed. No matter how many quarters are in your pockets; instead of immediately disabling the ability to credit-feed, the game limits the number of times you can continue once you reach the final stage.

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* PointOfNoContinues: Downplayed. No matter how many quarters are in your pockets; instead of immediately disabling the ability to credit-feed, the game limits the number of times you can continue to five once you reach the final stage.stage before you are given the bad ending.
25th Aug '17 9:11:25 PM jayharrison
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* AnachronismStew: The two types of power-ups available for Toki to pick up are a football helmet and tennis shoes--both in a game that takes place in a prehistoric setting.

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* AnachronismStew: The two types of power-ups available for Toki to pick up are a football UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball helmet and tennis shoes--both in a game that takes place in a prehistoric setting.



* EveryTenThousandPoints: Depending on how the game's set up, Toki earns extra lives after reaching certain score intervals. The Genesis port allows the player set the game up to reward lives at every ''7,000'' points scored.

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* EveryTenThousandPoints: Depending on how the game's set up, Toki earns extra lives after reaching certain score intervals. The Genesis port allows the player set the game up option to reward lives at every ''7,000'' points scored.



* FloatingLimbs: Bashtar, the Stage 5 boss. It's two disembodied hands, two disembodied feet, and a beating, disembodied heart.



* Gasshole: Mogulvor, the Stage 3 boss, belches and attacks Toki with stones that spell "BURP".

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* Gasshole: {{Gasshole}}: Mogulvor, the Stage 3 boss, belches and attacks Toki with [[VisualSoundEffect stones that spell "BURP"."BURP"]].



* GoombaStomp: Toki's other means to defeat enemies.

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* GoombaStomp: Toki's other means to defeat enemies.enemies, which also scores more points per hit than spitting at them.


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* KillItWithFire: Toki's breath can turn into a flamethrower.


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* SpreadShot: One of the power-ups available.
* SpringJump: Collecting a rabbit-ears token will give Toki sneakers that will make him jump much higher than usual.
22nd Aug '17 3:24:08 PM jayharrison
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* AnachronismStew: The two types of power-ups available for Toki to pick up are a football helmet and tennis shoes--both in a game that takes place in a prehistoric setting.



* DubNameChange: The Genesis port changes the names of most enemies. Most noticeable is Vookimeldo, who is renamed to Stark.



* EveryTenThousandPoints: Depending on how the game's set up, Toki earns extra lives after reaching certain score intervals. The Genesis port allows the player set the game up to reward lives at every ''7,000'' points scored.



* Gasshole: Mogulvor, the Stage 3 boss, belches and attacks Toki with stones that spell "BURP".



* OneHitPointWonder: Toki, unless he finds the awesome football helmet or in the US NES version.

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* OneHitPointWonder: Toki, unless he finds the awesome football helmet or helmet.
** Averted
in the US NES version.version, where Toki initially starts with two hit points.



* SaveThePrincess

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* SaveThePrincessSaveThePrincess: Miho.
22nd Jul '17 2:24:56 PM Windows95Fan
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* PointOfNoContinues: Downplayed. No matter how many quarters are in your pockets; instead of immediately disabling the ability to continue, the game limits the number of times you can continue once you reach the final stage.

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* PointOfNoContinues: Downplayed. No matter how many quarters are in your pockets; instead of immediately disabling the ability to continue, credit-feed, the game limits the number of times you can continue once you reach the final stage.
20th Jul '17 5:53:39 PM Windows95Fan
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''Toki'' (original title ''[=JuJu=] Densetsu'', "Legend [=JuJu=]") was an UsefulNotes/{{arcade|Game}} PlatformGame made by TAD Corporation in 1990, that never received any sequels but was ported to a few systems a short time later. It is a simple little game, that was well received and still remembered to this day in RetroGaming circles.

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''Toki'' (original title ''[=JuJu=] Densetsu'', "Legend [=JuJu=]") "[=JuJu=] Legend") was an UsefulNotes/{{arcade|Game}} PlatformGame made by TAD Corporation in 1990, that never received any sequels but was ported to a few systems a short time later. It is a simple little game, that was well received and still remembered to this day in RetroGaming circles.



* PointOfNoContinues: Downplayed in that the final stage limits the number of times you can continue instead of immediately disabling the ability to quarter-feed.

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* PointOfNoContinues: Downplayed Downplayed. No matter how many quarters are in that the final stage limits the number of times you can continue your pockets; instead of immediately disabling the ability to quarter-feed.continue, the game limits the number of times you can continue once you reach the final stage.
22nd Jul '16 3:04:27 AM Morgenthaler
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Not to be confused with ''TokiTori''. Or [[FistOfTheNorthStar Kenshiro's elder brother.]]

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Not to be confused with ''TokiTori''.''VideoGame/TokiTori''. Or [[FistOfTheNorthStar Kenshiro's elder brother.]]
14th May '16 10:31:02 AM Superjustinbros
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A HD remake of this game by Golgoth Studio is [[http://www.golgothstudio.com/?portfolio=toki supposedly in the works]].
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