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January 30, 2011

rapunzel

It's that time of the week again, here's Minoto's point and click game for this week: Rapunzel.

23 comments:

Olavo said...

Baby end (!!)

Weeeeird again...

ElmAlder said...

Laughing out loud at that one!

Anonymous said...

That has to be one of the strangest births I have ever seen.

Claus said...

nice as always

Anonymous said...

Minoto never fails to surprise.

Anonymous said...

I did NOT see that coming!
And what does the orange have to do with it?
Crazy Minoto!

Beth said...

I did not know kitchens were made of dirt :)

bird said...

hahah best birth ever.

lexi said...

ummmmmmmmmm, that was a bit odd. Well you can always expect a surprise or a wierd ending from minoto. :)

Anonymous said...

That has got to be the most disturbing ending of a Minoto game ever! That was gross!

Anonymous said...

What in the world did it have to do with Rapunzel? Pinocchio, yes, but, outside of the bell tower (which was only a vague reference), there was nothing that had to do with Rapunzel. Very odd...much better than last one!

Anonymous said...

I remamber somthing about the original, classic, story of Rapunzel that she gets preggers and the witch pushes the prince out of the castel window onto some thorns to blind him so he'll never be able to see Rapunzel or the baby. The whole "original" version of the story can be found here,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rapunzel

I just never would have thought that Minoto would have shocked us all by doing that though.

MAC64 said...

lol, love the Karate Person's bear

NotMarian said...

LOL! Really, that one made me laugh out loud! Good job, Minoto.

Meggan said...

In the original Rapunzel story, the pregnant woman craved some salad type plant that was growing in the witch's garden. The plant is called Rampion or Rapunzel.
The pregnant woman's husband goes to the witches garden to steal some. She catches him and says he must give her something in return. That something happened to be the pregnant woman's baby. The witch takes her, raises her to a young woman and then locks her in a tower. You know the rest of the story... "Rapunzel, Rapunzel let down your hair that I might climb the golden stair."

Minoto's game only addressed the first part of the story. And, he used a orange type fruit instead of a leafy plant.

Anonymous said...

I think this one is going to be a series. I can't wait for the next one!

Anonymous said...

I believe the fruit in question is a persimmon.

Anonymous said...

Yup. In Japan persimmons are much more popular/common than they are in the West. Finicky, though - have to get them when they're just ripe.

But a labor inducer? Uhhhh.....

Anonymous said...

that was just wrong

lac515 said...

lol this was funny ending lol

EBFiddler said...

That was fun. The baby end was kind of....shall we say.....surprising. :P

Peter said...

Lol, Minoto's knowledge of childbirth must be close to his knowledge of English. The baby was launched.

Giovana said...

it's funny what happens in Minoto games. she ate an orange and suddenly the baby born

 

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