"Tuki” comes from the languages of the Inuit people of the northern Polar region (Inuktitut) and is derived from “Tukilik” (plural Tukiliit), a word used to denote objects that have a certain meaning.
The best-known of these objects are without doubt the Inukshuk: man-made stone towers resembling human beings in both form and function. The Inuit use these stone towers as guides in the snow-filled expanses of Canada and Greenland, to show the way to caribou hunting grounds, areas abundant with fish, or the next village.
In Tuki, you build you own Tukilik out of stones and blocks of snow - but you'll need to build
quickly and accurately for your stones to be helpful guides.