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Description

This game is a plaformer with a twist: you play a girl in an aquatic world, and the only way to fight against your enemies are your brain and a grappling hook, which you have to master if you plan on finishing this game. Because there are no power-ups.

Your enemies are all sea creatures, but some of them have grown legs and now they can attack and chase you on land.

One of the exceptional things about this game is its replay value, absent in most platformers: you can finish the game and then play against your best time, try to find hidden paths or exits, or even record your best replays on the memory card.

This edition is a re-release of the original Umihara Kawase: Shun, also for the Sony PlayStation, released back in 1997. In terms of new content, new levels have been added, as well as several bugfixes, but it is essentially the same game as the first edition.

Screenshots

Umihara Kawase: Shun - Second Edition PSP I'll just let this conveyor belt do all the work...
Umihara Kawase: Shun - Second Edition PSP The game certainly has a distinct visual style.
Umihara Kawase: Shun - Second Edition PlayStation Before stages you sometimes get a tutorial to help you along the way.
Umihara Kawase: Shun - Second Edition PSP Reeling in a stunned fish.

Promo Images

Umihara Kawase: Shun - Second Edition Screenshot
Umihara Kawase: Shun - Second Edition Screenshot
Umihara Kawase: Shun - Second Edition Screenshot
Umihara Kawase: Shun - Second Edition Screenshot

Alternate Titles

  • "海腹川背・旬 ~セカンドエディション~ " -- Japanese spelling
  • "Yumi's Odd Odyssey" -- Planned English title
  • "Umihara Kawase Portable" -- PSP title

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