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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Jul 26, 2007.
What does "pururun" mean? I see that word a lot.
are these chaos from the sonic games?
Exactly what I thought, however I may be confusing it with Kururin.
I believe it's a sound effect of sorts...something to do with the sound jello or slime makes.
I tried translating it by copying ぷるるん (pururun in Hiragana) into Google Translate, but all it gave me was "The [pu] [ru] [ru] it is".
プルルン (pururun in katakana) just came out as "[pururun]".
Meh, this looks like crap.
Hey! maybe that's what pururun means.
I still gotta learn Japanese. There are so much games that come out in Japan good or not, It would be good to understand if it was crap And not just judge it from the boxart.
Too bad it probably isn't.
Correct, it is onomatopoeia. It is roughly equivalent to "boingboing" in english.
This is a game for a relatively popular anime/manga series for children: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pururun!_Shizuku-Chan