Oniri Islands Represents Evolution of Toys-To-Life

Oniri Islands: Children of the River

Oniri Islands is a new evolutionary toys-to-life product that launched on Kickstarter.

Tourmaline Studio has just launched Oniri Islands, a next generation toys-to-life hybrid product on Kickstarter. Tourmaline is looking to raise $30,000 for manufacturing a new toys-to-life title. The title is called Oniri Islands: Children of the River. The toys-to-life category meshes physical and digital worlds to create new engaging play experiences. Oniri will be competing against Lightseekers an innovative new ‘Connected Play’ experience in the world of toys-to-life that was honored as one of the top toys of 2017 by Toy Buzz.

Oniri Islands emulates the technology from Skylanders and Nintendo Amiibo. The difference is that Oniri offers a co-op experience. Players move two figures on the screen and explore the island together. The smart toys are at the heart of the experience.

In the game, players need to solve puzzles and locate hidden objects. They can also obtain special power-ups. The game is an adventure and exploration mobile game designed for tablets.

Marion, one of the co-founders of Tourmaline Studio, expressed how thrilled he is to be launching Oniri Islands on Kickstarter. They need more support to finish the game. Oniri Islands is slated for a November release date. Oniri Islands: Children of the River is planned to be released by the fourth quarter. It will sell for about $35 and is scheduled to be released for both iOS and Android devices.

The Oniri Islands: Children of the River Starter Pack will feature an app and two figurines – Tim and Mina – the game’s heroes. The game will feature a strong and captivating narrative inspired by Peter Pan’s Lost Boys. The game also features five masks that players can place on their toy character to experience the game in a whole new way.

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