Are you down for a ham jam? Then check out today's Nostalgia Game Review of Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite! Released for the Game Boy Color on April 21, 2001, Hamtaro is an adventure game based on the popular anime. Hamtaro was developed by Pax Softnica and published by Nintendo.
The goal of Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite is simple: Gather all the ham-hams that have wandered off! You collect sunflower seeds and acorns on the way, which you can use as a type of currency. You also learn various words from the hamster language, which... is interesting. You can participate in "ham jams", which use the expressions from these words. You can have so much fun with these ham jams! You can also dress up Hamtaro in various outfits, ranging from a baseball uniform to a kimono. AWW, HOW ADORABLE!
Surprisingly, there are no boss fights in this game. That's not a bad thing since you have objectives that you have to complete in order to move on. Think of Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite as a bit of a puzzle. How will you crack this puzzle? Who do you need to talk to?
There's also numerous modes that you can partake in. You can create an aforementioned "ham jam", you can trade your outfits with your friends, or you can just go on an adventure. There's plenty for you to do in this game.
Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite is a cute game that's simple and enticing to play. Do one thing! Get... This game!
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