An engaging mobile game often grasps a user, takes them to the task, and leaves them asking for more. The premise sounds simple, almost silly. Yomo – An Epic Tile Adventure was designed to do just this – provide an engaging journey with frustrating challenges.
The game itself is structured to attract both serious and casual players. The journey to Yomo Island is a whimsical tale, crafted to engage gamers of all ages. The beauty of the platform is found in the entertaining challenges, in either short bursts or extended play. Some players have found it frustrating to put the game down, without clearing their current level.
At its heart, Yomo is simply fun. It’s refreshing to smash the colored tiles and frustrating to rescue your friends. Most of all, your greatest challenge is your own ability to concentrate and execute the task at hand.
If you have 5 minutes or an hour to play Yomo it will set your mind at ease.
Gamers of all skill levels love this game. It’s been taking off all across the nation and Europe.
The fact that you can engage the storyline if you’re standing in a store, or be waiting for a business meeting only enhances your opportunities to play. While engaging, it allows for play in many social environments.
The secret to discovering a functional work-life balance is making the most of your values. Set your priorities that allow your to maximize your passions. Yomo can be played in your home, in transit, resting, or almost anywhere. You control the destiny of your friends in Yomo Island.
In the end, the question is “who will be victorious, you or the Evil rhino Ghuko?” You might be able to devastate the challenges in one setting, It might take you weeks. Either way, only you will determine the outcome on Yomo Island.