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I am blessed that Family Friendly Gaming received a digital downloadble copy of Tamiku on the Nintendo Switch. Families can purchase Tamiku on the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, and Xbox One. This game is one hundred and forty-megs in terms of memory size. I found no information on Tamiku concerning a physical copy in the United States at this time. Maybe that will change in the future. Only God knows for certain.

There are eight worlds in Tamiku and sixteen levels. The levels in Tamiku are challenging right off the bat. We play an old style arcade game in Tamiku. We must pop all of the balloons in Tamiku. The blue ones pop really fast. The red balloons take extra effort to pop. We must also avoid the enemies in Tamiku as well. Each level of Tamiku has one screen to it. We can jump up or down in certain parts of each of the rows in Tamiku.

Players can enjoy an old school retro video game like we experienced in the heyday of the original arcades. I can think of so many wonderful games that Tamiku reminds me of. The quality of Tamiku is really high. The graphics in Tamiku look nice and I can tell what everything is. The music in Tamiku is fun to listen to. I love some of the neat little animation and audio effects that were put into Tamiku on the home consoles.

I learned to be very fast in Tamiku. I also learned to pay attention to the patterns in Tamiku. Enemies in Tamiku go along a set path. Some of those paths can be a real problem for the player. Like the red ghosts for example. It will go along a row the player is on. If you trap yourself based on the level design then you are going to lose a life.

Players are given three lives in Tamiku per level. It is really easy to lose all three lives in any of the levels of Tamiku. There are plenty of balloons to pop, and numerous enemies to avoid. Tamiku is definitely a game that hardcore gamers can enjoy. I had fun playing Tamiku. This kind of an arcade video game is neat to play again. I hope to see more games like Tamiku in the near future.
- Sam


Graphics: 70%
Sounds: 80%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: PS4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Ratailaka Games
Developer: Josyan
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Mild Fantasy Violence}
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