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April 25, 2009

racoon kettle

Minoto's weekly point and click treat has arrived: racoon kettle.

12 comments:

Baby_girl said...

Great, i love this games <3

-xxx-


p.s i'm number 1 (H)

Rockie said...

LoL, i love these small games.
Bravo!!

Rob said...

Racoon end...

Chivid said...

that wa a very odd game

Anonymous said...

Haha XD I love minato games. That crazy racoon kettle... The 'transformation tool' leaf was weird...

Anonymous said...

Racoon End

agnes said...

awww haha all Minoto games are so odd and so cute :D

Anonymous said...

Two Clicks and the game is over!
Is this a game?
weak

Rhi said...

"The show was done by the appearance
of the teakettle for the boy
who had helped.
It made it big,
and both became happy."

EY???!!

Lol!!

matt w said...

This one seems to be based on Bunbuku Chagama:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bunbuku_chagama

matt w said...

So the text at the end means kind of the same thing as this:

"The tanuki [raccoon] returns to the poor man with another idea. The man would set up a 'roadside attraction' (a little circus-like setup) and charge admission for people to see a teapot walking a tightrope. The plan works, and each gains something good from the other--the man is no longer poor and the tanuki has a new friend and home."

"Made it big" actually is supposed to mean what it means in English ;-)

Zyking the TURTWIG said...

Ahhh, the Japanese tale that Raccoons are one of the three masters of transformation.

 

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