For those of you who love or don't love puzzle games may want to check out Baku Baku. If you can get by with the funky name and box, you may enjoy hours of great competitive gameplay brought to you by Sega. This game is easy enough for amateur puzzle players, but has enough strategy for the more novice players.
Gameplay: What you do here is simply match the animal with its food. When matched the animal will eat the food (boxes) and they disappear. Sounds easy....well when deeper into the game you come up with a strategy that can hurt your opponent. You can stack the same food over others and then one animal eats all of it. If it eats more than three foods then those blocks fall on your opponents side. This is called chain reactions. The chain reactions can be huge and next thing you know, your animals are having a feast and your opponent suffers big time. This is a very interesting game and anyone could get the hang of it.(Except maybe the eye strain you will receive by staring at the screen may be unbearable)
Graphics: The graphics are bright, colourful, and wonderfully detailed. You probably can't tell from the box, but this game has great graphics for a puzzle game. Enough said!!
Sound: Sega seems to be in love with sound in their games. A lot of Sega games capture the appropriate sounds for there game themes (Like Nights and Panzer Saga). This game is no exception! The music is good, (The remixed version is the best)the sound effects are cute and make you laugh. The untranslated voices make you wonder if they are saying "weather man", but it still goes well. The sound may aggravate someone if they are not watching or playing the game.
Overall this is my personal favourite for a puzzle game. It's too bad many people won't experience the fun, addictive gameplay this game gives out.
Review By: Chris Vantu