UmJammer Lammy

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UmJammer Lammy (ウンジャマ・ラミー Un Jama Ramī?) is a rhythm video game developed by NanaOn-Sha and published by Sony for the PlayStation video game console. It was first released in Japan on March 18, 1999, and was later released in North America on August 17, 1999 and in Europe around September 1999. It has since been re-released in Japan twice - first on April 12, 2001 under the PlayStation the Best line, and again on March 28, 2002 under the PSOne Books line. UmJammer Lammy is a spin-off of PaRappa the Rapper, also released for the PlayStation. On September 1, 2009, the ESRB has rated the game for release on the Playstation Network for PlayStation 3 and PSP;[1] the game was released on PlayStation Network on September 30, 2009.

In a joint creation with Namco, Sony of Japan released an arcade version of UmJammer Lammy which features updated visuals and a differing song list. Furthermore, similar to Konami's Guitar Freaks series, the game boasts a guitar-shaped specialty controller which gives the player a better sensation of playing a real guitar.

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Plot

UmJammer Lammy stars an anthropomorphic lamb named Lammy, a member of the band MilkCan along with her other anthropomorphic friends Katy Kat and Ma-san. Lammy is the guitarist, with Katy Kat as the vocalist, the bass player, and the band front-person, while Ma-san is the drummer.

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