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Yammy Yammy Review

Developer: CrazySoft Publisher: CrazySoft
Release Date: February 29, 2004 Also On: None

Yammy Yammy is a simple, easy to play, and easy to get addicted to, title from our friends at CrazySoft. Yammy Yammy feels like a more simple and fruity version of Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine. Lucky for us, it was well executed, and the experience is enjoyable enough to last a few good hours.

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YY has three difficulty settings: easy, hard, and yammy. High scores can be selected from the start page. Under each top score, there are five top scorers. Top scores are provided for all difficulty settings. The options given include game speed (1-3), Zodiac keys, vibration, sound, help, and water color.

You play in two cauldrons, where fruit is dropped into water. Swap different fruits, so that rows on both cauldrons are the same. The fruits included are oranges, apples, grapes, and watermelon.

The cauldron’s bottom is four squares, then going up four rows, there are six squares, then the upper part goes up four rows with two squares per row. All fruit, except watermelons, take up one square. Watermelons take up two squares.

The higher the fruits go, the higher the water level rises. When the water overflows and splashes on your cannibal, the game is over. To accelerate the rate of fruit dropping, you can tap them with your stylus. Tapping the cannibal will drop fruit into both cauldrons.

The different difficulty levels are different in few ways. The hard difficulty only has a faster falling fruit rate. In yammy mode, you play one move at a time. When the green light is on in one of the cauldrons, you can make a move. You can drop fruit and not count it as a move in this mode.

YY is a simple puzzle game that is attractive enough for puzzle masters, yet simple enough for novices. Although there’s no multi-player function, the three difficulties are varied enough for a couple hours of fun and of course, it will easily occupy you when traveling.

Graphics: 8
Sound: 5
Gameplay: 7.5
Creativity: 6
Replay Value/Game Length: 8
Final: 7.1
Written by Kyle Review Guide