HOOK, LINE, AND THINKER!
You've never played a puzzle platformer quite like this! Using her fishing hook, Yumi must make her way through a variety of levels by running, jumping, and throwing her coveted fishing line! Yumi can use her fishing line to swing between platforms, lower herself down to other ledges, and even catapult herself great distances by stretching the line to its breaking point! Its unique mechanics are sure to excite even veteran gamers of the platforming genre!
The original Yumihara Kawase was a SNES platformer that, while lacking the production values of a Mario game, still had a lot of heart. Though the title was not commercially successful in Japan, it still generated a passionate group of fans. The game gained several sequels and a...read full review
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