The player must move Pyoro around the place, eating the beans that fall from the sky. To do so, Pyoro can only stretch his tongue diagonally, aiming to touch them with it. The number of points the player gets for eating a bean depends on how far from the ground it was when it was caught.
If the player lets a bean touch a soil block, it bursts and the block disappears. White beans, if eaten, cause a Tenshi to appear and bring a block back. Rare yellow beans also appear and cause many Tenshi to fill every missing block. The floor is composed of 12 blocks in total, far fewer than the Mega Microgame$! and Bird & Beans versions, which have 20 and 30 blocks forming the floor, respectively. Letting a bean hit Pyoro will result in a Game Over.
"The classic Pyoro-in vintage GAME & WATCH glory on the GamePad, plus a funkified version on the TV!"