Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2 - Bush Rescue has a total of 44 missions in the game, which will be slowly revealed as you progress.
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Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2 – Bush Rescue is a 2004 3D platforming game developed by Krome Studios and published by EA Games for the GameCube, PlayStation 2 and Xbox systems, along with a 2D side-scrolling version of the game developed and released for the Game Boy Advance by Halfbrick.
Bush Rescue is set in Southern Rivers, a rural Australian countryside divided into many smaller areas, such as Bush Rescue HQ, the town of Burramudgee, and various other inhabited regions. Presented as a non-linear open world game, the player is given a degree of choice as to where to go and the order of what missions to accomplish. While most of the gameplay is on foot, the player is occasionally given a selection of vehicles and weapons to control, which include trucks, mechanical body suits known as “Bunyips,” mortar launchers, helicopters, and go-karts.
Following from where the previous game left off, the Tasmanian Tiger Ty manages to defeat his Cassowary nemesis Boss Cass using his father’s Doomerang given to him by his reformed brother Sly, destroying Cass’s Neo Fluffy X mech and retrieving the last missing talisman. After Ty returns the talisman to Rainbow Cliffs, his parents who were trapped in the alternate realm of “The Dreaming” during an earlier battle with Boss Cass return to the real world. Ty and his parents embrace and Rainbow Cliffs is saved. Boss Cass is later detained by police as a result of the incident.
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2 - Bush Rescue
North America: 12 October 2004
Game Boy Advance
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