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March 05, 2009

hinamatsuri

Hinamatsuri is this week's fresh Minoto point and click game.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

First Alx Rose

Anonymous said...

help walkthrough someone

Anonymous said...

Walktrough:

Take table and green toride. Then take arrow on next page. Then put table on the floor on next page in the 4 holes. Then take Dirk on top.
then take pink toride on floor with carpet thing on wall.
Then go to previous page and give Dirk to boy.
Take flower from fox. go to first page. and put flower in vase,
take cup from monkey and use it on woodthing next to the vase. Take brush. press to pages and put pencil on carpetwallthingy. use arrow on fire .Use it on bird on last page. take white toride under blanket.go to drawel and put the torides in the holes in this order :
Pink White Green
Take doll and give to crying japaneze :)

i hope u understood. my english sucks :)
Enjoyy

Anonymous said...

FIRST FIRST FIRST YES YES YES!!!!

kitiara said...

ok that's ridiculous..
is minoto making VERY EASY games or i just get the way of their games..

sigh.

matt w said...

It's easy, but I especially liked this one for some reason.

4tje said...

Agree with Matt W, it's easy, but I just love it for that reason ;) (and it looks cute! ^^)

stratoslover said...

LOVE!

Anonymous said...

hmmm so did anyone find the 2nd ending??

Anonymous said...

oh wait...never mind i don't think there are two endings... ha!

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Anonymous, for the walkthrough. Your english is fine.
What is a toride? What is a dirk? Also, what does hinamatsuri mean? Thanks!

matt w said...

I don't know what toride is supposed to mean, though those look like drawer knobs; "dirk" is actually a word for a dagger, but Minoto pretty clearly meant a throwing star or shuriken; and according to Wikipedia Hinamatsuri is March 3, the Japanese Doll Festival, when dolls are displayed on platforms. (A lot of Minoto's games seem to draw on folktales or other aspects of Japanese culture.)

Anonymous said...

Interesting, Matt W. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I thought that was easy

Anonymous said...

Fun and cute

Anonymous said...

Aww.. the crying hinamatsuri princess met the hinamatsuri prince...
(By the way,us japanese people decorate these little dolls at New Years that represent the princess and the prince!)

 

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