Australian Council on Children and the Media

Tengami - Nyanyam

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Tengami is a quest game in which a Japanese warrior has to go on many journeys to find and retrieve various objects. Skills required include problem solving; complex puzzle solving and patience. Parental Guidance recommended for 4 – 5 year olds due to degree of difficulty.


No gambling content found in the levels played

This review of Tengami was completed by the Australian Council on Children and the Media (ACCM) on 9 February 2017.

About the app

This section contains details about the app provided by an ACCM Reviewer.

Name of app: Tengami
Developed by: Nyanyam
Platform reviewed: Apple App Store
Cost: Paid
Developer’s suggested age: 4+
Gambling content advice: No gambling content found in the levels played

ACCM review

This review of Tengami contains the following information:

The level to which the game was reviewed

The reviewer completed all levels.

App description

Tengami is a game within a pop up book. The player has to double tap the screen to make the warrior walk through beautiful settings of dark forests, mountains and waterfalls and also sail across the ocean.  The player has to fold, flip and slide the screen to move deeper into the game. The warrior has to solve various puzzles and find objects in order to gain entrance to certain areas. The degree of complexity increases with each level. Skills required include problem and puzzle solving skills as well as patience.

Reviewers comments

Tengami is a visually beautiful and original game based in Japanese folklore. The warrior has to solve many puzzles, some of which are quite challenging. He moves through different scenes set in all the colours of each season to find various objects which are needed to progress to the next level. There are hints available as to what he needs to do, which is not always obvious. There is also help online at the developer’s website. Some of the scenes are quite haunting such as wolves howling at the moon. This app would help to increase children’s imaginative and creative skills as well as challenging their problem solving skills. While there is nothing of real concern, parental guidance and-or co-playing is recommended for children aged 4 – 5.

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At time of review, the reviewer found no simulated gambling content.  If you discover simulated gambling content in this app, please contact us with the details so we can update our review.

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Game playing behaviour which may be of concern to some parents



While this app has no concerning features there are some scenes which are quite haunting, such as wolves howling at the moon, which could scare younger children.

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Simulated casino style gambling. Not suitable for minors

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No gambling content found in the levels played

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