DS #0903: Kotoba no Puzzle Mojipittan DS (Japan)

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  1. T-hug
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    T-hug Always like this.

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    ^^ndsrelease-1562^^
     
  2. Psyfira

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    Oh how cute! [​IMG] I'd buy it just for the blocky men on the box
     
  3. KirbyPink

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    Woot! Puzzle Tetris game! Do i need to know japanese to play it?
     
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  5. tyasawa

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    comfort zone :D
    T_T ah too bad i dont know any japanese words..

    *agreed with Psyfira >_< the smilling blocks look so cute..
     
  6. Psyfira

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    I know what they remind me of, the Blur "Coffee and TV" milk carton! They look nothing like it really when you look at them side by side but it was a nice thought [​IMG]
     
  7. Orc

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    "MO-JI-PIT-TAN!" I love that frikken theme. [​IMG]
    I bought Mojipittan Daijiten for that stupid them,
    that and the sleepy/lazy girl from the TVCM looked awesome. (She could have use some Moar Cute though.)


    Here's the DS TVCM
     
  8. Tamyu

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    YESYESYESYES

    I have been waiting for this game since the day it was announced. It is like... scrabble puzzles? I really really love it... Played the cell phone version all the time until, well, the same 5 puzzles got kind of old.

    I would think it would be impossible to play without knowing Japanese, as the main premise is to fit words into limited spaces.