Nekomimimusumega Gameplay Video

O is back with another great gameplay video, this time for Nekomimimusumega sekainohatemade sanmawotabeniikuno*, a name which is presumably much shorter to write in Japanese.


* Though apparently it should actually be Neko mimi musume ga sekai no hate made sanma wo tabe ni iku no dadada, which means “The cat-eared girl who goes to the ends of the world to eat mackerel.”

My cats prefer tuna, actually.

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4 Responses to “Nekomimimusumega Gameplay Video”
  1. Aaron Jean says:

    I watched only to see you attempt to pronounce that name, and I came away slightly disappointed. :P

    Kidding, of course. It is quite a cheery-looking little game.

  2. JeremyR says:

    It runs to the left! That’s always been bugging me – why do almost all scrolling games go to the right?

  3. O says:

    Don’t the Japanese read from right to left? Maybe that influenced it.

  4. onmode-ky says:

    The sanma is actually not a mackerel proper but rather a mackerel pike, AKA Pacific saury.

    That Japanese books read right to left never seemed to have much impact on all those scrolling Japanese games in arcades and on the NES/SMS/PCE that scrolled toward the right. . . . Besides, Japanese text reads left to right. It’s only when you write lines vertically that you read leftward (i.e., the equivalent of “down the page” would be “left across the page”).

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