|Agumon's Cookie Puzzle|
|Publisher||Bandai Namco Games|
|Platform|| Bandai Revolution|
|Ratings||K-A for Kids to Adults|
Agumon's Cookie Puzzle is a puzzle game and spin-off to the Super Hikari games developed by Azumanga Interactive and published by Bandai Namco Games for the Bandai Revolution, Bandai Chaos and Bandai PocketTurbo.
The game is a hack of the 1993 NES/Game Boy game Yoshi's Cookie.
The game is a tile-matching video game in which the player is given a playing field populated with different shaped cookies of five various types, arranged in a rectangular grid. The main objective of each level is to clear the playing field of all the cookies. The player mixes and matches the cookies such that entire rows or columns consist only of cookies of the same type. The player controls a cursor on the grid that is used to rotate individual lines in a manner similar to a Rubik's Cube. When a single row or column contains all matching cookies, the row is cleared from the grid. The grid grows in size from cookies entering from the top and right sides of the playing field and a game over occurs when the grid overflows. A sixth cookie type, shaped like Agumon's head, occasionally appears that acts as a wild card, used to help clear lines of any other cookie.
Agumon's Cookie Puzzle has different game modes. In the "Round" single-player mode, the player completes successive levels that progressively grow more complex. A multiplayer VS mode has two players competing against each other in split-screen. The Bandai Revolution version has a single-player VS mode in which the player competes against a computer player. The Bandai Revolution version also contains a Puzzle mode in which each level has a predefined grid of cookies and player must clear all the cookies in a minimum number of moves.