Dans ce jeu de réflexion original, formez des rectangles avec le même type de yosumin pour les faire disparaître. Quel bonheur de les faire disparaître tous d'un coup ! Yosumin!, le jeu de puzzle mythique de Square Enix, est enfin arrivé !
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Date de parution : 26 mai 2009

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Dans ce jeu de réflexion original, formez des rectangles avec le même type de yosumin pour les faire disparaître. Quel bonheur de les faire disparaître tous d'un coup !
Yosumin!, le jeu de puzzle mythique de Square Enix, est enfin arrivé ! Sélectionnez tout simplement le même type de yosumin pour former des rectangles et les faire disparaître. Un jeu simple et amusant à la fois !
Il y a deux modes de jeu disponibles.
Yosumin! Aventure Il y a longtemps, très longtemps... Dans la lointaine et mystérieuse Forêt Yosumin!, existait un temple décoré d'un vitrail aux mille couleurs.
Mais une nuit... un mystérieux visiteur vola le vitrail sacré et le fracassa, éparpillant les fragments de verre coloré à travers le monde.
Voyagez à travers le monde des yosumin pour retrouver les fragments de leur vitrail sacré.
Complétez la myriade de niveaux disponibles en utilisant les Friandises spéciales que vous recevez au cours de la partie !
Yosumin! Infini L'unique limite de ce mode de jeu sans fin est votre talent ! Jusqu'où pourrez-vous voler ?
  • Plus de 180 niveaux à compléter.
  • Des graphismes adorables et rigolos.
  • Des bruitages et des voix amusants.
  • Faites disparaître le plus de yosumin possible pour gagner des Friandises inédites.

Configuration requise

    • Interface : Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista
    • Processeur : 800 Mhz
    • Mémoire : 512 Mo RAM
    • Disque dur : 65 Mo
    • Carte graphique : Carte vidéo intégrée
    • Carte son : Compatible DirectX 9.0
    • DirectX® Version: DirectX® 9.0c(Nov 2007 ou postérieure)
    • Contrôleur : Contrôleur Microsoft Xbox 360 pour Windows
Évaluations intéressantes des utilisateurs
16 personne(s) sur 16 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
5.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 28 décembre 2015
Yosumin! has a lot of things going for it, like the audio design, but it fails in the most important part of a puzzle game: gameplay.

Yosumin!'s gameplay is simple and repetitive. You simply have to make rectangles with a yosumin in each corner, regardless of what is in the middle of the shape (aside from some bonuses like extra level time or alternate objectives). The way the yosumin populate the board is completely random aside from a few unlockable modifier "treats" that don't affect the board that much. Such randomness isn't as much as a problem in games where you can "outskill" the board generation like Dungeon Hearts or Hexic, but Yosumin! doesn't have such tactical depth. The deepest the tactics go is removing all of a specific yosumin from the board to hope you can get all of the same type of yosumin in the corners to create an entire board clear (Yosumin!). Wingmen (pieces you can move anywhere) only become available after the first world and don't appear often enough to add any significant tactical depth to the game. The lack of depth causes the game to have a poor difficulty curve, shifting between laughably easy and annoyingly difficult as you eye your way through the board looking for matches.

Apart from the gameplay, though, Yosumin! hits all the right buttons. The menus are responsive and easy to navigate, the control in game is smooth and fluid, offering different styles of selecting yosumin to fit multiple gameplay styles, and the aesthetic is great.

The art is simple and clean, with no problems, but where the game really shines is its sound design. All the sound effects are satisfying and aid in enjoyment of the game. The yosumin themselves are cute and make cute sound effects that made me find myself smiling while playing. The best part in the game is the soundtrack though; the music is wonderful, reminding me of classic games like Katamari Damacy, and while it doesn't seem to have that many tracks, I found myself playing just to listen to the music.


Overall Yosumin! isn't that bad of a game, but I can't give it my recommendation to anyone looking for an interesting puzzle game. The gameplay is just too simple and Yosumin! ends up being more of an occasional time waster suited more to mobile devices than a puzzle game you want to sit down and play for more than ten minutes. If just an easy game to have open and occasionally mess around with is what you're looking for, Yosumin! might be for you, but for the puzzle game fan who wants to think and be challenged, look somewhere else.

PS: There is no support for this game from Square anymore. The leaderboards do not function and don't expect to have any achievements or cards any time soon. It also commits the cardinal sins of Japanese-made games by having Escape instantly close the game and lacking any support for resolutions above 800x600 without stretching.
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11 personne(s) sur 11 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 30 décembre 2015
Summary:
Yosumin is a cute-styled casual puzzler made by Square Enix. Big name in game development would deserve a way better game but Yosumin just feels like a casual Popcap game, where all their fun and entertainment disappeared into cute budget. You will hear "Yay!" "Woo!" but you won't feel like that. You will just make another rectangle, then another and then another.

It's not fun. It's not motivating enough to keep you playing, level objectives are just varieties of tasks like: make a green rectangle, make a red rectangle, make a small rectangle, etc...

Seriously, if that's supposed to be the "Square Enix's puzzle masterpiece" (as mentioned in game description), I think they should improve a lot in this genre to truly bring a puzzle masterpiece.

Pros:
- Cute. Yosumins are cute. Yosumins have cute sounds and cute graphics. You might like it but you might start to hate it even after few minutes of playing.
- Adventure mode.
- Many levels.

Cons:
- Repetitive gameplay. That's the main thing that kills all the fun in Yosumin. You'll get bored in few minutes.
- It's made for low resolution and 4:3 aspect ratio. You'll want to play it on windowed mode if you don't want everything looking poor.
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
14.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 2 février
Game is to repetitive after 20mins its the samething over and over.. It doesnt take skill. Most of the time, its about luck.

Pros
Cute graphics

Cons
Repetitive
Overpriced
Boring after the first set of stages (10min)
You need more luck than skill
Only 4:3 Resolution
Pressing ESC will close the game
Menu only accessible when the game has already started
Points are pointless
Time is pointless
no tradings cards & no achievements
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26 personne(s) sur 39 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
13.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 11 août 2011
Évaluation avant sortie
The puzzle mechanic here is so simple and requires more luck than skill. There are so many better puzzlers out there.
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12 personne(s) sur 16 (75%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
17.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 14 janvier 2014
Another variant on the block puzzler genre, Yosumin! sees you play on a 9x9 grid of blocks where you have to click on four blocks of the same shape/colour to describe the corners of a square or rectangle, which transforms all blocks within that space into the same colour as the selected corner blocks before removing all those blocks then replacing them with another mix of blocks. BLOCKS!

Each stage sets you objectives, ranging from the simplistic, like removing a quota of specific coloured blocks, to the more challenging, such as clearing an entire board with one move (this move being where the game gets its name, in the same way Tetris is the name given to clearing the maximum of four lines in a single drop), with each stage being cleared by completing all of these objectives.

The whole things starts off at a very basic, and even mundane degree of difficulty as you breeze through the majority of the opening stages in the space of a couple of minutes, but by the final quarter or so of the game this is turned on its head as the ever strangling time limit can soon grind you down unless you have very sharp eyes or a lot of luck finding the right blocks to match. This deceptively high difficulty spike of the final stages seems very at odds with the über casual, child-friendly presentation of every aspect of the title and may see many quit before reaching the end, even with the extra added help of bonus unlocks which act as perks to aid in varying elements of play.

But even if you do quit by then, ultimately you're not really going to miss out on all that much. The opening few hours play much the same as the final hours save for some minor added elements and complications added to proceedings that actually change things very little of the game beyond its initial premise. So a pretty throwaway, repetitive, yet inoffensive title (except for maybe the audio, which you might want to mute) that might not stick with you too long after you play it, but which still holds some fun for those looking for their quick puzzle fix to dip in and out of. Pick it up when it's cheap, play it, enjoy it a little, forget about it, move on with your life. Yosumin!
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