Yam II - Return of The Killer Potato 2.1.3
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YAM II - Return of the Killer Potato
Yam is back in 3D! After the surprise success, Yam returns on the screen with YAM II- Return of the Killer Potato.
YAM II : Return of the Killer Potato takes place a short time after the end of the previous installment, Yam the Killer Potato. With the apparent defeat of the enemy leader, Galdov, the Potatos have regained their confidence in winning the war and have uncovered a secret hidden on their own homeworld! Four Crystals known as the Fire, Time, Space and Reality Crystals were being hunted by the alien invaders. However thanks to the bravery of a Potato called Yam the Crystals were kept out of enemy hands.
Yam now leads the Potatos in a mission to take back their homeworld from the aliens invaders who are still present and put an end to the war once and for all. With his knowledge of combat, Yam intends to lead the Potatos across their homeworld in a series of strategic strikes on enemy strong holds, supply lines and bases.
YAM II : Return of the Killer Potato is a mission and objective based 3D action game. The player assumes the role of a Potato solider called Yam and must fight there way through various environments to complete missions and progress the story line.
* Explore and battle in full 3D environments
* Use and aquire mutliple weapons (uzis, shotguns, grenades)
* Fight familiar enemies - Assimilated Potatos, Eye Droids, Spider Potatos, Sentry Guns
* Auto targetting enables you to maintain a lock on enemies whilst dodging around
* Optional Blood and Gore
* Boss Battles
* Minigame puzzles
* Over 30 Missions
- This version features many new special effects as well as Snow Leopard compatibility updates.
Universal Binary (PPC/Intel)
Hardware: G4 (or better) or Intel Mac, 64 MB graphic card. 250 MB free hard disk.
Yam II - Return of The Killer Potato
||sky (7/26/2010 - version 2.0.2)
|Jalada doesn't change its bad habit of selling open source game (Metal Blob Solid: Blob and Conquer, here), but as far as I know, there is no OSX binaries, so it's a bit better than just branding a game with the company name.
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