The game spawned two direct sequels, Tak 2: The Staff of Dream… Traditionally a 3D platformer, Tak: Mojo Mistake makes the transition to two dimensions remarkably well. This Game is a Mojo Mistake.
Tak is faced with the responsibilities of being a shaman as he daily has to save his village from villains. The controls are tight and don't rely on the touch-screen too much while still providing a decent amount of gameplay variety and the new perspective allows for some amusing visual designs as well. More importantly, because of the 2D perspective, the levels, no matter how … For Tak Mojo Mistake on the DS, GameFAQs has 1 review, 3 critic reviews, and 68 user screenshots. The series aired every Saturday and was not as popular as other Nicktoons, and cancelled its run on January 24, 2009, due to low ratings and mixed to negative feedback from critics and viewers alike.The game received "mixed or average reviews" on all platforms according to the This article is about the video game.
Mojo Mistake is the latest sequel in the long-running Tak series that began in 2003 with Tak and the Power of Juju. In the end, Tak: Mojo Mistake may not be the next New Super Mario Bros. but it does provide a few hours of old-school 2D platforming entertainment for gamers of all ages.Now Tak must do all he can to get rid of troublemakers in both the Pupununu village and the Juju realm to restore balance to these worlds!Call of Duty: Warzone Update Fixes Weapon Glitches, Is 66 GB on Xbox OneWatch Tom Holland Absolutely Nail His Auditions for Spider-ManAnnabelle Missing: Rumors Claim Real Doll Escapes From MuseumOpinion: Epic is Weaponizing Fortnite Fans Against Apple & GoogleStar Wars: The True Significance of That Deleted Luke SceneRoad to Nowhere: Movies Where the Final Destination SuckedRyan Reynolds Launches Spoof Streaming Service With Just One Movie The other portable Tak games were just ports of the console versions. "Traditionally a 3D platformer, Tak: Mojo Mistake makes the transition to two dimensions remarkably well. Tak: Mojo Mistake' is an action game developed by Altron Corporation and published by THQ for the Nintendo DS platform. The Game Boy Advance version was also released on a Triple Pack cartridge bundled with SpongeBob SquarePants: SuperSponge and Rugrats: I Gotta Go Party in 2005. Tak and the Power of Juju is an action-adventure platforming video game developed by Avalanche Software and published by THQ for the GameCube, PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Advance. She made her first appearance in the episode Loser, where she expressed a deep fondness for Lok, which ultimately is expressed in weird, stalkerish ways. Jibolba has Tak collect 100 magic Yorbels and Lok's spirit from the spirit world, allowing him to successfully resurrect Lok. Traditionally a 3D platformer, Tak: Mojo Mistake makes the transition to two dimensions remarkably well. For the television series, see The references used may be made clearer with a different or consistent style of There have been Tak games that showed up on portables before, but this is the first one that was designed from the ground up to be on a portable. Mojo Mistake gives Tak access to combo attacks you won’t see in Guardians of Gross. Slog is an overweight and muscular woman who is madly in love with Lok throughout the televised series and never appeared in the original video games. Plot Edit. The gameplay mostly consists of platforming obstacles and puzzles.When the player receives the Spirit Rattle, they gain access to the use of "Juju Powers" which are acquired by collecting tokens scattered around the environment. The television series tells of Tak and his friend, Jeera, including his master, Jibolba, and other characters. The game was released in North America on October 15, 2003 and in Europe on March 12, 2004. Using his arsenal of Juju spells, Tak defeats Tlaloc and turns him into a sheep, finally fulfilling the prophecy. An unfortunate side-effect of the resurrection, however, is a severe case of The Moon Juju reveals that the warrior of the prophecy is not Lok, but Tak, as he has already fulfilled almost everything the prophecy predicted. Environment repetition becomes a problem later on, but the brief length of the typical quest is perfectly suit… After several console games, the Tak series finally gets its own portable adventure on the DS. The plot takes place after the events of the game's prequel Tak and the Guardians of Gross. To restore Tak's health and An ancient prophecy foretells that the Moon Juju, the kind protector of the Pupanunu people, would be weakened by the evil Tlaloc, an embittered Pupanunu Having escaped Tlaloc's spell, Jibolba believes his apprentice Lok to be the warrior of the prophecy and prepares to send him off; however, it appears that Lok has been turned into a sheep. The controls are tight and don't rely on the touch-screen too much while still providing a decent amount of gameplay variety and the new perspective allows for some amusing visual designs as well. In many other episodes, she appears as a background character. Environment repetition becomes a problem later on, but the brief length of the typical quest is perfectly suited for the short play sessions Nintendo's handheld is known for. Jibolba sends his younger apprentice, Tak (voiced by Tak returns with the Rattle to find that Lok has been trampled to death by a herd of sheep. The controls are tight and don't rely on the touch-screen too much while still providing a decent amount of gameplay variety and the new perspective allows for some amusing visual designs as well.