Wild Tribe
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 800 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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Wild Tribe 

Help the adorable little Wobblies evolve into builders, doctors, guards, and more in Wild Tribe, an engaging new simulation game. For as long as they can remember, the Wobblies have lived a luxurious life of basking in the sun and playing on the beach. But now, a band of Hyenas are threatening the Wobblies and destroying their home. Guide your new friends as they explore, evolve, and save Tribeville from the ruthless invaders. Uncover exciting surprises, encourage your Wobblies to mate, and help them become part of a very special tribe - yours! Featuring a vast world to interact with, challenging puzzles to solve, gorgeous full-screen graphics, and more, Wild Tribe is wonderfully addictive treat. Get to know the Wobblies in the free demo version, or create your own Wild Tribe in the full unlimited version. The Wobblies are waiting, play Wild Tribe today!

  • Create and name your very own group of Wobblies and watch them grow!
  • Solve perplexing puzzles and unlock the mysteries of Tribeville.
  • Real-time technology keeps the Wobblies growing even when the game is off.
  • Defend your tribe against Hyenas and more
  • Enjoy gorgeous full-screen graphics and a stimulating soundtrack
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Reviews of Wild Tribe
 | Added on: July 10, 2014
 
This game is a simple challenge but it is very short and ends on a cliffhanger. There should be Wild Tribe Two, as that would make the game more worthwhile.
 | Added on: June 6, 2009
 
I liked wild tribe enough after the free trial to buy the game. I liked the animals and how they evolved into different animals and you had to keep the community going with enough food and water and advancing medicine. But after just two days of playing the game i beat it. I didn't spend that much time on it either. It is way too short and I just don't see myself playing it again. I really liked the game i just think it should have gone on after the first island was completed. It was way too short.
 | Added on: June 1, 2009
 
This is a Virtual Villagers clone, but at the same time a very different game. TO begin with, it's not nearly as long as Virtual Villagers. This is a game that, if you're clever about it, can be beaten in just a day or two. It's not as long and involved as Virtual Villagers is. Most of the game involves a lot of clicking and dragging characters to various spots to get them to do things. This click-and-drag gameplay isn't difficult, but in order to get your tribe members to do tasks, you have to drag each and every one of them to the tool components they need for tasks. It would really be far more preferable if, once you had discovered a tool, you could drag the tribe member to the build site and then they would go make the tool and get to work. Instead, you have to drag to the stick pile, then to one of the two rock piles, then sometimes to the metal alloy, and finally to the build site. It gets very repetitive. The game's shortness can bee seen as either a positive or a negative. While it would be nice to have a more involved story, it's also really nice to be able to beat the game in a reasonable amount of time -- before you forget about it. I think the game developers should automate the tool-building and then add more storyline to make the game longer without increasing the repetitive nature. The one area I can say without a doubt is an improvement on Virtual Villagers is the graphics. As anyone who has played one of the VV games knows, they have these horrid-looking blob people that are just so icky. Wild Tribe opts instead for cartoon animals. While the animals are nowhere near as pretty as the backdrop and cut scene illustrations, they are still a welcome step up from VV. There's a decent amount of variety, too, though I'd still like to see more. There are a few gameplay elements that make it distinct from VV. The environment changes quite drastically, you have attacking hyenas, and overall it's more interesting to sit and play than VV is. On the whole, I prefer this game to Virtual Villagers firstly because it doesn't take so long to do things, secondly because the graphics are far better, and thirdly because they have made some positive improvements to the game model which make the game a bit more interesting and dynamic. At the same time, this is a game that could definitely stand to be improved in several areas. If the developers can move past the VV model a bit and come up with slightly more original territory (more buildings, please!), as well as expand he storyline and reduce some of the more pointlessly repetitive bits, I feel they could replace the VV franchise in a very good way. Honestly, I feel the game deserves 3.5 stars, but I just can't bring myself to knock it up to 4. It is a little too short to satisfy and needs improvement. Hopefully the devlopers will take comfort in the fact that they look to be on a good path with the game towards making something that surpasses VV in all ways and comes into its own. Sequel, please, with more development.
 | Added on: June 3, 2009
 
I really enjoyed playing this game. It's somewhat like virtual villagers only better. It's much easier than VV and less time consuming. It's just a whole lot of clicking, but the characters aren't stubborn like the characters in VV. With VV, you have to drop a person on something more than one time to get them to do what you want them to do. That can be very irritating when you want your little people to do something in a hurry. The game is also better than my tribe, which is also better than VV. Wild Tribe and my tribe have a lot in common because the characters in both games aren't stubborn. With my tribe all you have to do is set the skills you want them to do and they automatically do them, but like VV, it takes them forever to complete a task. Overall wild tribe is very addictive and relaxing.
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