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Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2 (2004)

TY:2 starts after the previous game. The country jail at Currawong is attacked by Boss Cass' henchwoman Fluffy and the villain escapes, forming his own to country so he can have diplomatic ... See full summary »




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger (voice) (as Greg Ellis)
Terry Gill ...
Maurie (voice)
Shazza the Dingo / Chockers / Madame Mopoke (voice)
Boss Cass / Terrence (voice)
Daron Jennings ...
Dennis the Green Tree Frog / Bruno the Climber / Patchy / Boonie / Clarence / Buck Fox (voice)
Neil Hunt ...
Lenny the Lyrebird / Trader Bob (voice)
Carnifex / Red the Blue Healer (voice)
Professor Karlos / Duncan / Snappy (voice)
Bruce / Ranger Ken / Sneath (voice)
Danny McMaster ...
Rex / Sergeant Bluey / Dazza (voice)
Parrotbeard / Squeaver / Johno (voice)
Bunyip Elder / Patch / Foreman Norman (voice)
Elle / Fluffy / Betty (voice)
Sly / Merv / Bri (voice)


TY:2 starts after the previous game. The country jail at Currawong is attacked by Boss Cass' henchwoman Fluffy and the villain escapes, forming his own to country so he can have diplomatic immunity. To counter this, Dennis the Green Tree Frog forms Bush Rescue, an organization formed to counter Cass' plans. It includes Ty and Sly, his brother, Maurie as communications officer, Julius as inventor and Shazza as rescue pilot. They fight there way past disasters, both natural and Cass-Made, to learn that the cassowary is planning to use the 'warm-blooded-ness' from mammals to make Uber-Reptiles. He captures the entire town and is about to subjugate them to his experiments before he is thwarted by Ty, Sly and Shazza and the cassowary is returned to jail. Written by Prince Azrael

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Voice actor Gregg Ellis' wife had her baby during the making of this game. If you read the plaque on Burramudgee hospital it is a reference to this. "Charlie Rees. Born 2004". See more »


[first lines]
Bunyip Elder: Long ago, a great battle was fought. Boss Cass sought five mystic talismans, so he could banish all warm blooded creatures to the Dreaming. But one brave soul stood up to Cass and thwarted his plans for domination. He risked all in attempt to save his family and friends. And in the end, he truimphed. Cass was banished for his crimes, all thanks to the efforts of one lone hero, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger.
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Followed by Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 3: Night of the Quinkan (2005) See more »

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Certainly great for kids
2 July 2009 | by (Hungary) – See all my reviews

This game was sold out at once at one of my nearest stores, and decided to buy it, because of my love for these jump & run kind of games. Although these kind of games are aimed for children, I still enjoy playing them when I'm too tired for doing anything...but playing this game was more frequently annoying, than entertaining. I assume this game is perfect, and only enjoyable for children under the age of 12 or even 10.

It's pretty much a version of 'Grand Theft Auto' for kids. There is a peaceful little town, with funny looking characters who say 'Hi!' every time you pass by them. Around that town there are several connected roads, all in an area in which you can only travel by car. You can only leave it it certain places by the road, from where you need to go by foot. These are small or bigger areas where the missions take place.

The missions are usually about helping somebody/saving somebody, nothing too exciting.

Some of them are mini-games in which you usually have to control a helicopter. There are also racing mini-games which are not part of the missions.

Your 'weapons' are your sharp teeth and boomerangs of which there is a huge collection, but of which you'll only use 1 or 2 regularly, the others are just there for decoration in your inventory.

There are robots you can jump into and use, lots of collectible items, nice graphics and nice use of colours but all that in a very short and very easy game.

I'd only recommend 'Ty 2' for younger kids (max 12 y.o. as said above), it will most probably bore most bigger kids after half an hour of playing, or even less.

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