Tak and the Power of Juju is a Nickelodeon's CGI videogame franchise made by THQ and Avalanche Software. Articles related to Nickelodeon's Tak and the Power of Juju video game franchise and its computer-animated Nicktoon adaptation.


The setting of the series took place in Pupanunu, an ancient shaman village where ancient juju prophecy is taught and born with the use of shaman sorcery.


The gameplay of the Tak series mostly consists of obstacles, puzzles and is a colorful platformer. Like most action/adventure video games, the player can jump and attack, The player has a health-meter represented by the feather on Tak's head. One unique feature is the ability to interact with and get past obstacles with the help of animals like in Tak 1 except to it's sequel Tak 2: The Staff of Dreams where the gameplay is almost identical to the first game but with juju combat powers. In Tak: The Great Juju Challenge, The gameplay is an obstacle course with a timer counting down. In Tak and the Guardians of Gross, The gameplay is a Third-person action adventure with the same style as it's previous titles.

TV SeriesEdit

Tak and the Power of Juju is a CGI television series that debuted on Nickelodeon on August 31, 2007. Tak and the Power of Juju consists of two eleven-minute stories per half-hour episode. It is Nickelodeon's first CGI series (produced in house) and the company's 31st Nicktoon. The series is directed by Mark Risley and Jim Schumann.

The television series tells of Tak and his friend, Jeera, including his master, Jibolba, and other characters. Tak is faced with the responsibilities of being a shaman as he daily has to save his village from villains. The series aired every Saturday and wasn't as popular as other Nicktoons, and cancelled its run on January 24, 2009, due to low ratings and mixed to negative feedback from critics and viewers alike.

See alsoEdit


  • Tak and the Power of Juju




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