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Tiger end... I don't get it.
googling "Ikkyusan" comes up with an anime from the 80's about a michevious buddhist monk-in-training; I'm thinking that this Minoto refers to it.
i'm a little bit sad that minoto uses this linear ansatz for his games now and that the games only have one method since a long time. i would prefer to devolve and go back to the roots.
Tiger end, only one method
What the heck was that?!
I wonder if someone else is writing the stories now.
im stuck with a key, a 'bar', a rope, and a bone. any help?
Ummmm...... Is it just me or do you not have to do much of anything in this one. The whole game seemed to play itself. Hmmmmm.......
nevermind. put the bone in the wallsafe, it turned into meat, put it on the plate, tiger ate it. kinda boring finish for a minoto game.
A bit better than the last one, God of Poverty, but still not up to scratch. I agree with Debbie - can't help wondering if someone else is writing them. I don't even mind the single ending games, but these last couple of games have been too easy, lacked the fun descriptions and not had any logic (I mean Minoto logic, which is oddball but makes a certain sense).
yay!! Minoto's time!!!
please go back to the old ways Minoto.......
I miss the odd descriptions of the items and the summaries at that end.
Well.........That was interesting to say the least! I think that is all I should say.......lol
Boring. Simply boring.A couple more of these games and I will not play Minoto's anymore.
Is it just me, or is Minoto getting weirder ?Yikes. The tiger was cute though...
I tried to look up h\why the games have changed but it refused to tell me :(
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