It is a point click adventure game that leads a Werewolf.
November 4, 2010 9:29 AM   Subscribe

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Here are some silly point-and-click adventure minigames from Japan to entertain you today. Once you reach the end of the Werewolf saga, there are dozens more in the left-hand menu, including Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast and Naked King.
posted by Faint of Butt (16 comments total) 12 users marked this as a favorite
Badger badger badger badger badger...
posted by chasing at 9:52 AM on November 4, 2010

There wolf. And there. And there...
posted by ZenMasterThis at 9:53 AM on November 4, 2010 [1 favorite]

Where Wolf? There, Wolf! There, Castle... etc..
posted by cavalier at 9:57 AM on November 4, 2010

Key. It is key.

I'm not sure if that's a grammatical failing or an important hint.
posted by mhoye at 10:07 AM on November 4, 2010

Pfff these are simple baby games.

By which I mean I'm stuck on #3.
posted by DU at 10:08 AM on November 4, 2010

Ok, I enjoyed those much, much more than I thought I would (or, perhaps, should have).

Let's click or drag the anxious place on the game screen!
posted by Squid Voltaire at 10:12 AM on November 4, 2010

posted by dhens at 10:24 AM on November 4, 2010

Look for some screws. You'll need to try several variations (at least I did).
posted by DU at 10:25 AM on November 4, 2010

is that pedobear in game 3?
posted by atomicmedia at 10:37 AM on November 4, 2010

Fire-breathing dragon = cutest, hardest part of game(s) so far.

"Manhole: It is a plastron and a little heavy disk."
posted by maryr at 11:10 AM on November 4, 2010

Whoa, game 5: it just complex. To the point where I'm not sure what's going on.
"It is several years ago. It is a bad harvest and there is no food. The villager was embarrassed. Bait doesn't suffice even for the parent and child of the wolf in the forest. Mother's wolf went down to the village to have my child eat bait. Food was found. It has eaten food hungry. For child's wolf. When it acquires and it returns.

It was found by the villager. Because the food that villagers had put importantly had disappeared, mother's wolf was captured. The wolf hunting started after a while soon.

Child's wolf went from the forest to the village as mother's wolf was worried. The wolf having been discovered by the villager had weakened because of hungry. Villagers are speaking of the wolf. When alive. It can eat the food of the village. The girl said to the adult in the village. Please help the wolf. Adults said.

Child's wolf doesn't obtain food by own power. It is likely to die sooner or later. It says so. Villagers left. The girl was relieved. The wolf of the surviving child returned to the forest.
The girl chased the wolf and went to the forest. My food was divided into the child wolf of hungry and it gave it. After that, years of the extent counted by one hand passed."
posted by maryr at 11:14 AM on November 4, 2010

By which I mean I'm stuck on #3.

Lemme guess...You have the tongs and the smoke that the panda farted out and now you can't do anything?
posted by Thorzdad at 11:44 AM on November 4, 2010

Never mind. Got it figured out.
These are nicely whimsical.
posted by Thorzdad at 12:32 PM on November 4, 2010

I got my partner into Point'n'Clicks via Minoto. Now she's hooked on TellTale's Sam and Max. Soon I shall teach her...the Grim Fandango! MWAhahahahahaaaaa....koff
posted by Sparx at 12:41 PM on November 4, 2010

So there's a bad harvest, and the mother wolf heads into the village and ends up captured. Wolf hunting starts up. The child wolf heads to the village, and some kind-hearted girl wants to help it out, but the villagers are all "if it can't catch food on its own, it's pretty doomed any way to cut it". The child wolf goes back into the forest, and the girl goes after it--to take care of it, maybe. A handful of years pass.

...Or something like that.
posted by KChasm at 1:54 PM on November 4, 2010

These were a cute 15 minutes
posted by Theta States at 5:00 PM on November 4, 2010

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