Hands-down, here's the most memorable part of the game. In the PC version, there are a series of blocks that can be moved to solve the stage. This takes a little time familiarising yourself with, but once you've got it down the whole process is pretty seamless. Sadly, Toki Tori 2 finished the process so well that three was already moving blocks in the 3DS version of the game. You'll need to find the gimmick of this version once you've played 2 three times.
Moving the blocks is achieved via a combination of tilting the GamePad and flashing the flashlight. No instructions, just a short tutorial and clear instructions on how to use the tools. It works similarly in the Wii U version, though a series of tutorial videos make it so it comes naturally.
There are no continues in this game, but you do get a complete list of all the available power-ups to use throughout the game. Most of these are earned quite early on, but there are a few more traditional capes that can be found later in the game. Thankfully, as with the previous version, these can be used without any penalties. Luckily, the cape doesn't affect weight. 7211a4ac4a