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Make rectangles of the same type of yosumin to make them disappear in this mind-bending puzzle game. The more you get, the better you'll feel!
Yosumin!, Square Enix's puzzle masterpiece, is here! Simply select rectangles of the same type of yosumin to make them disappear in this simple yet challenging puzzle game.
There are two game modes available.
Yosumin! Adventure

Once upon a time, deep in the Forest of the Yosumin!, which lies somewhere far away, but not too far from here, there was a shrine decorated with beautiful stained glass.
One night, someone came and took the stained glass, then smashed it into pieces and spread it far and wide over the world.
Work your way through the world of the yosumin in search of the lost pieces of their treasured stained-glass window!
Use the special Treats you earn along the way to help you make your way through the myriad of multifarious levels!
Endless Yosumin!

The only limit is your skill in this never-ending game mode! How high will you fly?
  • More than 180 challenging stages.
  • Cute, fun graphics.
  • Rich, fun-filled sounds and voices.
  • Earn extra Treats the more yosumin you make disappear.
Release date
Square Enix
Square Enix
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista
  • Processor: 800 Mhz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 65 MB
  • Video Card: On Board Video Card
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
  • DirectX® Version: DirectX® 9.0c(2007 Nov or later)
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Yosumin! reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Little nice "Play" when you have Buck on bish Knobs without much claim. You get into the Game quickly but can't stop it for a long time. My Rating 6 out of 10
Translated by
Microsoft from French
As the description says, Yosumin! is indeed a "simple" puzzle game. As for the other adjectives, such as "original", "amusing" or "mythical", it is rather more questionable. At the same time, there is nowhere written that the game is "fun" and I think it's important to report it.
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Pros:-Lovable Design-Good Sounds-Gameplay Cons:-Quick repetitive-No Replay Value-Story Poorly incorporated-Very monotone-No Settings Conclusion: To Yosumin! It's hard to say anything. You Either love or hate puzzle games. Yosumin! Works and is Fun, although it can get boring quickly. Recommended For Puzzlers!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Overview: ★ ★ ★ • Graphic ★ ★ •-Simple Gameplay principle-appealing design counter:-little Variety rating: Yosumin Features An appealing Look and knows how to convince with its simple Gameplay principle. Unfortunately, the Background Music tends to annoy over time, but can be disabled. Yosumin captivates from the very first Minute and offers Fun for You over Hours. The Level of difficulty is reasonably chosen, and the Controls are intuitive. The accompanying Plot is limited to "Mario is looking for the Princess," but this does not Detract from the Game. Overall, Yosumin is a little Game for in between that doesn't disappoint.
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Microsoft from French
That's too bad... Really bad... I wanted to put a positive assessment but that was starting the game. I die in a loop in the last levels and I stop there, I give up. First of all, I like the puzzle game, I become easily addicted to this kind of game. I like to improve and see my running speed increase. The difficulty curve is well dosed and the experience is appreciated without taking a head at the beginning. As you go, it becomes easier to see the rectangles to click. Then when you lose five times in a row at the same level and you win it up in less than a minute the sixth time you understand why this game has so many negative reviews. Yes, it's addictive, yes we want to win everything and finish this stained glass that stings the eyes. But here, this skill game becomes a game of pure chance. If the blocks you want to fall at the right time you win, otherwise you have to start over again and again until you have the right pattern. And in the last few levels, there is less time to wait for red blocks to be worth the trouble of appearing. We end up weighing against the game and wanting to swing his PC through the window. Too bad, it's a good puzzle game but wanting to inflate the lifespan by adding too much random breaks the game experience.
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