Mayawaka - Make Mayawakians Happy Again
Mayawaka - a puzzle game from PoBros. You have to go through a number of levels to save the enchanted village from the spirits.
Play through all the levels to bring happiness to the villagers back.
Complete the levels by changing the color of the cubes.
You are to save the village that has been enchanted by the evil spirits according to the story.
The villagers are deprived of the joy and laughter and happiness.
You can help them by collecting all the carved totems.
You get them after a few Q*Bert-style levels and mini-games.
The main levels are represented by cubes connected into some form.
Your task is to jump on them turning them into a different color. Once you have turned the color of all of them the level is complete.
You should try to avoid touching the evil minions. Otherwise they kill you.
Having chosen the character you want to play with, you start the journey.
It would be too easy if you had to only jump on the cubes with no obstacles.
So, the obstacles for you in this game are, so called, evil minions, animal-like creatures that jump back and forth.
They kill you when you touch them, so try to avoid them.
It's not that difficult at all. You just need to be quite quick at coordinating your character.
You've got three lives per level. But in every level you have an opportunity to get additional life if you jump on the vision sprites when they appear on the screen.
The problem is that both bad and good guys look pretty much the same. So watch out.
The mini-games are to be played after each level. Thanks to this the game doesn't get boring.
The mini games are quite easy. You play them after each level, which is a good thing.
Otherwise the game would get boring. The task can be to move a bucket at the bottom of the screen to catch all of the falling items.
There is a game where you have to memorize the pictures to match them.
In one of the games you are to find and click on the object in the grid that would be similar to the rotating object at the top of the screen.
The game can be played in two modes: Adventure and Puzzle.
There are two modes in the game: Adventure and Puzzle.
The only difference is that you don't play mini-games in the Puzzle Mode, only the main levels.
The graphics of the game are very bright and attractive.
Though, I think, Mayawaka would be more appropriate for kids and teenagers because the mini-games sometimes are way easy and slow.
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