Imashi, a star that looks like a bunny, has a strange dream where she is told to find a door at the end of the world.
- Where to get: Newgrounds
- Cost: Free
- Time to beat: About 5 minutes
I’m waiting desperately for Kamigami no Asobi to get an English release, and I discovered that the limited edition of the JP game is actually really cheap now, so I bit the bullet and got one.
The way the box is made is really odd to me. It opens from the side rather than the top. This does make it A LOT easier to open it without bending anything. My copy is used, so the box came a bit messed up, so pardon any creases.
This was an April Fools game created to showcase some of the different technical things that 2Mickennxtre68 was working on at the time, as well as showcase art.
In a world where the Master Program links everyone together, Nanashi, and a girl who lost her memories, Misane, must find out who is trying to hack the Master Program. Along the way, Nanashi tries to learn about people and make friends since he’s a shut-in.
Louisa has dreams of being a sailor, and has all the knowledge and experience to become one. Her father becomes indebted, but before she can pay off the debt, Viardo comes and takes possession of their boat. Now she must sneak on board and try to get her boat back, all while disguised as a boy.
Beyond Daiya’s deluxe edition, all the others run for $90 to $350, so this is the last Alice one I have right now LOL. Fun fact, people tend to translate the game as Dia no Kuni, so Diamond no kuni. But, “daiya” can also mean like a railroad time schedule, which coincides with how Daiya introduces the trains station, and how Wonderland is the land of time. The meaning gets lost when people translate it as Diamond, but I get why people do it (guilty as charged).
You play as Aaron from the Lucario and the Mystery of Mew movie as he forgets his memory and forms a bond with Riolu/Lucario. It also has shooting elements like Touhou that are hard, but it doesn’t matter cause you can die and still win.