App description: Yoku-Gami is a unique, challenging and addictive game. This easy to learn game is from the mind of award winning game designer Dr. Reiner Knizia. The rules are very straight forward so anyone can play, learn, have a blast and exercise their mind.

Join Yoki in this endless fun loving game which is idea for the whole family. Simply clear the numbers from the board and make your next move. Stuck? No worries, just tap Yoki and he will show you the right combination.

There are three different game types from which to choose:
1.ENDLESS mode means the fun never stops
2.ARCADE mode lets you test your strategic skills against others
3.LEVEL mode lets you clean up the board if you have what it takes

FUN AND LEARNING

If you think that Learning and Fun can not exist together then you haven't met Yoki yet! Yoku-Gami is an amazingly fun game but it doesn't stop there. Yoki helps build your mental dexterity and math skills, and even speeds your reaction time. Yoki takes you on a fun and thrilling journey that challenges you to get better as you play, and the fun never stops!

KIDS, PARENTS, SENIORS AND YOU!

Yoku-Gami is the perfect game for you and your whole family. People of all ages love Yoki. Parents, don't worry about your kids playing too much Yoku-Gami, they are improving their math skills and increasing their mental abilities. It is also a great way for seniors to keep their minds limber and active.

GAME FEATURES
- Easy to play
- 3 fun and challenging game modes
- Local and global high scores
- Game center leaderboards and achievements
- Retina display support


WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT YOKU-GAMI

"Reiner Knizia's Yoku-Gami makes math fun. Yoku-Gami is a success in the generally over-crowded puzzle genre." - gamezebo.com

"Yoku-Gami is a great learning tool for younger audiences while remaining a challenging game to master for older puzzler fans." - appspy.com

"Yoku-Gami is a well-rounded game for the family with excellent graphics and simple controls. It makes a great educational game for kids. Yet, adults can find a good challenge too." - appmodo.com


WE VALUE YOUR FEEDBACK AND WE APPRECIATE YOUR CRITICISM

We always welcome your feedback, comments, suggestions and especially your constructive criticism they all help us to improve Yoku-Gami app.
Contact us at support@meritumsoft.hr and make sure you come and visit us at https://www.facebook.com/meritumsoft. Until then, happy painting!

ImNoSuperMan's comments:
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02-03-2011, 08:08 AM
#2
Instabuy for me. (Where would I -always on the lookout for new Knizia goodness- be without you touchArcade guys ) If I know anything, RK is a wizard who can create very clever games out of pure math. Think about his card games where the cards just show numbers in different colors and nothing else, like Lost Cities or Keltis...

Now playing: Starships, BlastBall MAX, Auro, Card Crawl, Sneaky Sneaky, Star Realms
Waiting for: Does not Commute, Love you to bits, Lumino City, Onirim

Last edited by abstractgamefreak; 02-03-2011 at 08:11 AM.

02-03-2011, 08:12 AM
#3
Joined: Mar 2010
Location: Canada
Posts: 1,538
Wish there were more details, as it stands I really have no idea how this game is suppose to be played.
02-03-2011, 08:27 AM
#4
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Originally Posted by Drucifer View Post
Wish there were more details, as it stands I really have no idea how this game is suppose to be played.
Me too. A search for this yielded zero results, even on the list of Reiner Knizia's games - so I am wondering if they re-named it for the platform.
02-03-2011, 08:39 AM
#5
Yeah, I'm not sure about how this works, so would like more info. I love Knizia, but all these Knizia and other euro board/card/strategy games are going to put me in the poor house. Also, I'd be happier if it were universal, for a future iPad. Is it?
02-03-2011, 08:48 AM
#6
Joined: Oct 2009
Location: Katy, Texas USA
Posts: 825
I'm with the group. I have purchased every Knizia game released for the Iphone, but I don't know about this one. I have no idea how the game works and my Internet search reveals nothing. Also, the setup almost looks too cute, like it was designed for a 5-year old or something.
02-03-2011, 09:05 AM
#7
I wonder if it is some kind of unlicensed clone based on one of Knizia's other properties and they are using his name to sucker in buyers...

I've also never heard of this one...
02-03-2011, 09:10 AM
#8
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Originally Posted by trystero View Post
I wonder if it is some kind of unlicensed clone based on one of Knizia's other properties and they are using his name to sucker in buyers...

I've also never heard of this one...
It didn't look similar to any of the other RK games that I just checked that I was unfamiliar with. I am really wondering about this one now. If only they (RK) made a deal with one publisher and developer so the quality was universal across the board (no pun intended) we would know the quality and expectation was what we expected.
02-03-2011, 09:18 AM
#9
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Originally Posted by New England Gamer View Post
If only they (RK) made a deal with one publisher and developer so the quality was universal across the board (no pun intended) we would know the quality and expectation was what we expected.
As Mr. Knizia himself said last year, he wanted to give a chance to new and small publishers, both for apps and real board games. So far I have yet to be disappointed, as he always takes a look on the product before it is released. In Germany a number of real solo puzzle games (which you wouldn't find looking at his ludography) have been released, which seemed to me perfect for iDevices. I'm happy that some of these ideas (apart from his board game classics) are now ported to our gadgets, without tiles shuffling etc. necessary. (It's been a while that I played 'Rush Hour' with the real plastic cars (yes it's not by Reiner Knizia, I know that), but the app stays on my iPod since initially downloading...)

Now playing: Starships, BlastBall MAX, Auro, Card Crawl, Sneaky Sneaky, Star Realms
Waiting for: Does not Commute, Love you to bits, Lumino City, Onirim

Last edited by abstractgamefreak; 02-03-2011 at 09:27 AM.
02-03-2011, 10:10 AM
#10
Well, if someone can TOFTT later and let me know if this would be appropriate for a math-loving child comfortable with addition/subtraction I would appreciate it