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Tak: The Great Juju Challenge Videos and Trailers - XBX

Game Description:Tak 3: The Great Juju Challenge is tougher than ever. But it's worth it - pull it off, and receive the grandest reward ever given by the Great Jujus! Shaman and unlikely hero Tak is back for another adventure. He and his former rival Lok are representing the Pupanunu tribe in The Great Juju Challenge. They'll have to overcome obstacles including wild animals, menacing new tribes, and Jujus, not to mention competition from other teams! This platformer incorporates puzzles, time-based strategy, and an extensive battle system. Use shaman upgrades and bonus blessings to customize Tak and Lok. Alternate both characters in single-player mode or join a friend in co-op play.
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