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7-10
7-10 A1
Yeah standing at the start of the A-Side version of the level.
Game Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody!
Theme Sky (Random)
Sky Night
Level number 35
7-10

7-10 is the thirty-fifth level of Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody!. To access it, the player must clear ten levels.

Overview

A-Side

This level starts on a small platform of Steel Blocks with a Yeah Flag in the middle, and the mango is located high above this platform between two walls of Steel Blocks. Directly beneath the platform are several Ice Blocks with Fury Flags on either side. Further beneath these blocks are two sets of Ice Blocks in the shape of vertical lines and ten Yellow Blocks in the formation that bowling pins take in ten-pin bowling. In order to reach the mango, the player must first gather enough Yellow Blocks to reach it by falling off of the platform and breaking them with Fury. Each time the player falls, they will refoot on the starting platform. Once enough Yellow Blocks are gathered, the player can then pass the Yeah Flag and use Yeah to create a path to the mango with them.

B-Side

The B-Side version of this level shares a very similar layout, but the mango is now locked and can only be obtained with 5 Yellow Blocks in the player's quota. Additionally, the vertical lines of Ice Blocks now each resemble exclamation marks, and ten Steel Blocks are now placed around the Yellow Blocks in a similar formation. Landing on a Steel Block will prevent the player from clearing the level, as they will no longer be able to reach the starting platform, forcing a restart. The objective remains the same, as the player now must break the Yellow Blocks more carefully and obtain a minimum of eight Yellow Blocks to reach and obtain the mango.

Gallery

A-Side

B-Side

Trivia

  • This level is based heavily on ten-pin bowling. In addition to the Yellow Blocks being placed in the same formation as bowling pins would, Fury falling down to break them resembles how a bowling ball would be bowled down a bowling lane to knock pins over.
    • The level is named after a split that occurs in ten-pin bowling when the leftmost and rightmost pins in the back row (number 7 and number 10, respectively) are the only ones left standing.
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