Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Heartbreak

Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Heartbreak
System Game Boy Advance
Developer Nintendo
Genre Adventure
Series Hamtaro Series

An evil hamster named Spat is causing trouble for the Ham-Hams. He hates love, and is breaking up friendships and spoiling romantic moments with dirty tricks. Hamtaro and Bijou set off to fix all the broken hearts in the land.

Investigate each area and talk to other hamsters to learn Hamchat words. These words are used to perform actions and to open up more conversation options. Hamtaro and Bijou may also perform Team Hamchat actions or split up to solve puzzles.

You can also take part in minigames, including Hamchat dancing and collecting accessories to dress Hamtaro and Bijou.

Release Information

Region Name Release
Japan とっとこハム太郎3 ラブラブ大冒険でちゅ Tottoko Hamtaro 3: Love Love Daibōken Dechu 31 May 2002
US Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Heartbreak 07 Apr 2003
Europe Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Heartbreak 07 Jun 2003


Ham Swap Merchant

The Ham Swap Merchant

One of the characters you meet throughout the game is the Ham Swap merchant. If you refuse to buy from him he will knock the price down, sometimes by as much as 40 seeds. When he offers you this new discount price he will plead:

"Buy somethin', will ya?"

This phrase was first said by the merchants in The Legend of Zelda on NES, and has since appeared in many games.

Submitted by Fryguy64

The Legendary Spoon

The Legendary Spoon

During the game you collect three marbles, coloured red, green and blue. Once you retrieve the red marble, and the associated wedding has taken place, you can talk to the old hamster who tells you of a legend:

"If hamsters are born of might enough to get the red marble, then they are heroes of legend, and the reward will be the red marble. Doing so will help the heroes defeat the wicked one for good…"

Take the three marbles to the minecart at Sunny Peak. Oil and change the switch at the bottom of the hill and you will end up in a secret cave in the mountains. Head south to a room with a pedestal with three holes in it, and what appears to be the Master Sword from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.

"Putput" the three orbs into the front and "Tuggie" on the sword. Dramatic music plays as you pull the sword from the stone to reveal that it is actually The Legendary Spoon.

Submitted by Fryguy64

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