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About This Game

STREWTH! It’s time to go back Down Under with this fully remastered version of TY the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue, the sequel to the best Thylacine Simulator ever. Once again rang, bite, smash and glide your way around the Australian Outback and help the people of the SOUTHERN RIVERS against the evil machinations of the diabolical BOSS CASS.

More rangs, more vehicles, more mechs, more EVERYTHING… in an open world Aussie Adventure. There might even be a few surprises along the way…

  • Huge open world to explore, with 18 rangs, and a wide variety of vehicles and mechs.
  • Two-player split-screen cart racing.
  • Improved graphics; including updated shadows, reflections, HD resolutions and 60fps.
  • Steamworks integration for achievements and leaderboards.
  • Character customization with new skins for TY and paint jobs for the fourbie!

Long ago, a great battle was fought. BOSS CASS sought out five mystic talismans, so he could banish every warm blooded creature, to the DREAMING.
But one brave soul stood up to CASS, and thwarted his quest for the talismans. He risked all, in an effort to save his family and friends.
And in the end… he succeeded. CASS was banished for his crimes, and the land was made safe once again. All thanks to to one lone hero…
TY the Tasmanian Tiger.

Now, evil stirs again – the little country town of CURRAWONG is under attack, and a hero is needed once more…
    • OS: Windows® 7 SP1, Windows® 8/8.1 (32bit and 64bit), Windows® 10 (32bit and 64bit)
    • Processor: Intel Core i3/i5/i7 1.8 GHz CPU dual-core. AMD 2.0 GHz dual-core.
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 260 / Radeon HD 4000 Series / Intel HD Graphics 4000 with OpenGL 3.3 minimum.
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-compliant
    • Additional Notes: Xinput controller compliant
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Posted: December 13, 2017
This review is more of a comparison to the original release.
Many of the issues that made this game average during the original release have been fixed in this port.

-Driving the car, for instance, no longer has road blocks or mud to keep you slow enough to let the game load in. Infact, driving is actually faster in this port, making traveling the outback fun.

-Kart racing, for those who cared, has also been touched up and feels better.

-One can now use all boomerangs, upgraded rangs no longer replace your starter rangs. The biggest issue in the original release, the kaboomerang replacing the smashering, is not an issue anymore.

-Missions that were a one time only play through, are now replayable. This means all bosses are replayable.

– A new addition, skins for the car and Ty himself, can be earned or bought in game.

– More scenic models are present as the game is no longer constrained by PS2 era memory. The game as a whole looks more lively because of this.

-Tons of controls in general were update. The doomerang, for instance, controls much better and has a far better range of movement now.

– Tons of UI updates and much much more

Realisticly speaking, I have never seen a port get as much love and care as this one has. If you were a fan of the original game, you will love this definitive version of the game.


Posted: June 3, 2017
Early Access Review

Excellent sequel to the first Ty the Tasmanian Tiger. The hub world has improved greatly as there’s more place to find nooks and crannies. Much like my previous experiences with Ty 1, the characters, bosses, and gameplay all in all are top notch. Each of those missions give me that rewarding good feeling after completing them and I’m amazed by diversity of those missions. Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2 is a good pick for those who enjoy adventure games and collecting things.

I look forward to seeing this game get updated in the future.

Joell Joelly

Posted: September 27, 2017
Review for: Ty The Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue (remastered)
Review by: Joell Joelly

~ Good ol’ platforming fun!
~ Great support for modern systems!
~ Freedom to do missions in your own order.

~ Weird design choices
~ Collecting all hidden items is a mixed bag

Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue was my first Ty the Tasmania Tiger game. Originally played it as a young child on the Original Xbox console. I already had a soft spot for the game, and when it got re-released on steam I just had to grab it.

Ty 2 start off shortly after where Ty 1 left off… the Reptile forces are trying to break Boss Cass free from Currawong Jail. The prison where boss Cass got locked up following the event of ty 1. Ty and his friends do their very best to keep him locked up. But their efforts are not enough. Boss Cass breaks free with the help of his lead henchwoman Fluffy…

Following their failed attempt to keep Cass locked up the heroes form Bush Rescue. This strike team will allow them to better respond to distress calls all over the outback. Boss Cass his whereabouts are known but due to diplomatic immunity the heroes cannot arrest him. This is because Cass has setup his own country called Cassopolis.

Soon after the first mission you get dropped in to the open world, here you can do mission that become available to you. Once you’ve done enough mission within the outback the game will progress its story. This goes in the form of a boss battle or special mission. Just like the opening mission these are very scripted, But most importantly very fun!

Ty 2 is a platformer in heart. The core gameplay is solid and fun. Ty feels good to control, And jumping feels responsive and fast. Two attack types are available: his Boomerangs and a Bite Attack, he is a Tiger after all.

The boomerangs come in many types, like Fire, Ice and rope Boomerangs. You can get them in shops in town and upgrade at Sly’s tree house. You use the Red Coins you collect all over the outback to pay for them. These ‘Rangs make combat and platforming easier and will allow ty to reach places he couldn’t reach before.

Other than ‘Rangs you can also buy Bunyip license. Bunyip’s are mech suits used for combat, exploration or clearing a path.

Having the licenses is required to do some missions, same goes for the Boomerangs. This is a very annoying aspect of the design, because you’re not always told what license or ‘Rang you will need to do the mission. (Get them as soon as you can!)

Within the world of Ty2 you can collect many things. Of course the currency is all over the place, but you can also get Cogs, Chromium Orbs and Bilbies. The Chromium Orbs can be used to buy maps, they will show you the location of the other items to collect, they are required to get 100%. Also one of the best things to find is a guy called goo-boo (lost) Steve.

You might also have noticed I have not mentioned the cart racing mini game, they are scattered around the open world for you to do, luckily they are not required for the main plot to go forward because they (‘’Suuuuuuuuuck’’) are very bad. I’m pretty sure some people find them enjoyable but I can’t get in to them. That’s why I didn’t include them in this review.

This review is based on the latest ”Experimental” build of TY the Tasmanian Tiger 2 on Steam.
Version: Build r2675_v071

If youre a big fan of platformers like Rayman 2 and if you have a soft spot of cheesy Saturday morning cartoons Ty the Tasmanian tiger 2 will be right up your ally

Title: TY the Tasmanian Tiger 2
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie, Early Access
Developer: Krome Studios[www.kromestudios.com]
Publisher: Krome Studios[www.kromestudios.com]
Release Date: 20 Mar, 2017
If you spot a mistake in grammer you can let me know, ill try to fix it.

This review is written for : The Panda’s Corner



Posted: April 28, 2018
Grand Theft Mario 64: Australian edition


Posted: November 23, 2017
Early Access Review

Much like the first game, they’ve managed to make this game work like an absolute dream.
Perftectly optimised and you can tell they worked on this with lots of love and care. This game is definitely worth buying if you haven’t gotten it already.

Ass Wizard

Posted: March 20, 2017
Early Access Review

GOTY 2004

GOTY 2017

Musty Shackleford

Posted: March 21, 2017
Early Access Review

Now we just need the third. Keep it up Krome, good work.


Posted: July 19, 2017
Early Access Review

It took me ten years, TEN YEARS, to get to 100%.

Totally worth every hour. I have zero regrets and my childhood self is happy.


Posted: December 8, 2017
Early Access Review

loved it… much better then the original. I hope that if they remake ty 3 the do the same… and online gunyip fighting!!!!!!!


Posted: June 8, 2017
Loved this game as a child. Was extremly excited when they put the first one on Steam and said they would put the 2nd and 3rd as well. Krome Studios did a great job with the first port and so far this one is great too. I love being able to play at 60FPS. It makes the game so much better and easier to control since its smoother.

10/10 (so far, don’t ruin it plz)