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YamaYama

Play as one of the armless rejects in the YamaYama arena of joy. Your goal is to impress the flat god faces of the Underverse by FatSuiting your opponents into oblivion. YamaYama has a lot of gamemodes tailor-made for humans of all ages, cats and dogs... Horses are allowed to play but should be under supervision. YamaYama is made with easy-to-learn controls, so you can play with both video game veterans and casual players. Take on the challenge and start on your path to become the greatest FatSuiter this side of the Artic Circle.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

I don't even know what inspired me to buy and play this game. But I am glad I did.
It really ranks up there as one of the best local multiplayer games on Steam for me. I love the art and animations and the minigames feel unique and interesting. Whenever anyone asks for local multiplayer game recommendations, this is always on my list with more well known games like Towerfall, Duck Game and Lethal League. It currently is a mostly undiscovered gem, and I hope more people will discover it.

Review from Steam

I played this game because it seemed like at least 50% of the developers had a beard.
Was not disappointed.
Pros:
- Hilariously well done animations
- Already quite a few different mini-game modes.
- Smooth controls
- Love the music
Cons:
- No online play yet. Will come later on though so hold your panties.
- I think I yelled too much at my girlfriend
10/10 would recommend my bearded friends again!

Review from Steam

I usually play games on my Playstation, but after learning that a local developer was releasing on Steam I thought I'd give it a try. Fortunately for me I could plug the PS4 controllers to play instead of using the keyboard. Last I checked, I had clocked around 7 hours in YamaYama and I can say that I've had incredible amounts of fun and laughed until my abs were sore. The game is basically a collection of minigames that you play through in a random order - or creating your own playlist. I've found that I like some game modes better than others, so I usually play through my own playlists. Anyway, to wrap things up here are the pros and cons:
Pros:
- Hilarious gameplay moments.
- Art is ridicilous and only fuels the hilarity.
- Easy to pick-up and play a few rounds.
- Also fun to play for hours.
Cons:
- Even though the game is probably most fun with your friends next to you, it could use an online option.
- It's hard to stay quiet when playing!
If you're looking for a fun party game to play with your mates, this is probably one of the best values you can get. But as it has no online multiplayer or single player, it's strictly a couch game.

Review from Steam

The twisted, weird uncle of Mario Party, YamaYama is the wacky party game on Steam that you have been looking for. All the great minigames with a surreal visual design you haven't seen before.
On visual design alone YamaYama is worth your time. Each game puts an interesting twist on a familiar minigame, and controls are simple. YamaYama even has a kid friendly mode that removes environmental dangers on the playfields.
For a night of co-op couch gaming, YamaYama goes great with Thief Town, 8Bit Fiesta, Ultimate Chicken Horse, and the Jackbox Party Games. Other than using the left stick, there are only two buttons, so it's easy for anyone to grasp the gameplay mechanics.
Now has online multiplayer!

Review from Steam

YamaYama is a 2-4 player coop that is ideal for any kind of situation. A party, for family or just having fun with your friends. There is no online yet but it will come in the future.
I highly recommend this game to anyone that likes having fun.
Its only 6.99$ which is an excellent prise, for an excellent game.

Review from Steam

incredibly fun to play with friends!
would reccomend

Review from Steam

Insanely fun to play.
10/10 would recommend to anyone.