|History of Toki Toki Boom
Origins of Toki Toki Boom
Toki Toki Boom is a popular sport in the far-away world of Toki
Land, enjoyed by everyone from Toki Babies to Toki Adults.
No one is quite certain of the true origin of Toki Toki Boom but
several Toki scholars have theorized that the game was created as
a re-enactment of the creation of Toki Land, in the so-called Toki
Bang where a group of early Tokis transformed their life-forces
into magical orbs, which shattered the hard landscape and transformed
it into the colorful and habitable Toki Land.
of Moob Itok
However, the universal popularity of Toki Toki Boom has caught the
sinister attention of the evil Moob Itok, who has been been
scheming of a way to take over Toki Land for decades.
Unfortunately for Toki Land, Moob Itok managed to create the devious
Oohay Box, a device which has the power to absorb the magic
orbs whenever Moob wins a game of Toki Toki Boom.
Thus, the more games of Toki Toki Boom that Moob wins, the more
of the Tokis' life-forces that he will collect. With the Oohay Box,
Moob Itok has now began his evil plan to enslave the Tokis. All
of Toki Land is now waiting for a champion to defeat Moob Itok,
free Toki Land and be the Master of Toki Toki Boom!
Toki Toki Boom is a wildly fun and strategic single/multiplayer
game where the main objective is to defeat your opponent by attacking
him/her using colored orbs until the opponent's board becomes over-filled.
In the Single Player version of the game, you have to defeat the
evil Moob Itok in 10 Levels to help free Toki Land!
Attacking your opponent effectively is crucial to winning the game.
You can attack your opponent by explodinging color blocks with the
corresponding orbs. In other words, a blue orb will explode a blue
block. (See Picture 1)
As you explode the blocks/orbs, they will be sent over to your opponent's
board as timer blocks. In other words, if you explode 3 blocks and
1 orb, your opponent will be attacked by 4 timer blocks.
When the color blocks are adjacent/next to one another, they will
be linked and can be destroyed by a corresponding color orb as a
chained explosion. (See Picture 2)
The blocks/orbs that you destroy will fall into the opponent's board
have a timer that counts down from 7 - 0 at every turn or at everytime
the player made a drop. (See Picture 3)
Once the timer blocks reached 0, it will turn to a corresponding
color block, which can finally be exploded by the same color orbs.
However, there is also another way of exploding timer blocks.
If a timer block is adjacent or next to one exploding block or orb,
it will be exploded as well, regardless of its colors. (See Picture
Note that timer blocks do not get linked so you will not get a chain
explosion for the counter blocks.
Experienced players can set up future attacks in advanced by placing
the appropriate orbs near a timer blocks to launch huge multiple
Each color block that a players explodes will be sent as a specific
attack pattern that the attacking timer blocks follow. The
following are the attack patterns of each color blocks:
You can defend your board from an incoming attack by exploding blocks/orbs
whenever you see an incoming attack message at the top. For example, if
you see "Incoming : 10", you can reduce the attack by exploding
6 blocks and thus the timer blocks that you receive will be reduced to
Defensive Wedges are used when you drop a Wedge only *on top*
of similar color blocks/orbs/wedges, but not beside or under them.
This Wedge will clear *all* of the corresponding color blocks/orbs/wedges
in your board, but *does not attack* your opponent.
Toki Toki Boom/TTB increases in its attack bonus in the same round, which
is combined from *both players' TTBs* :
When you successfully execute two or more consecutive attacks in
one turn/drop, you get one or more Toki, which is shown as stars
on your side of the board. When you get three combos/three stars,
hence one "Toki Toki Boom", you deliver an additional
attack to your opponent. (See
Toki Toki Boom
1st TTB: 5 timer blocks
2nd TTB: 7 timer blocks
3rd TTB: 10 timer blocks
4th TTB: 14 timer blocks
5th TTB: 19 timer blocks
6th TTB: 25 timer blocks
7th TTB: 32 timer blocks
8th TTB: 40 timer blocks
For example, when Player 1 executes the 1st
and 2nd TTB, if Player 2 executes the next TTB, he will get the 3rd TTB
and thus delivers 10 additional timer blocks.
Just as a color block has a certain pattern of attack, so does a Toki
Toki Boom bonus attack: