100% Orange Juice

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Customer notes

Help get 100% Orange Juice Greenlit and you'll receive a free steam key if you buy this version.

Description

100% Orange Juice is a goal-oriented boardgame played by OrangeJuice's all-star cast. The cast including characters from Acceleration of Suguri, Flying Red Barrel: A Diary of Little Aviator, ChristmaShu~, Sora, and QP Shu~ come together with all-new characters to duke it out in 100% Orange Juice.

This is a world where dogs, people and machines fly through the air. In that world, a small patch of darkness was born. Infinitesimal at first, it gradually began to envelope everything...

A youth named Kai, led by the mysterious life form known as Marie Poppo, begins a journey that will span worlds. The black, bottomless darkness of desire slowly eats away at both Kai and the world itself...

Let Marie Poppo lead you into a mysterious world to play. Grab your deck of cards and let the games begin!


Key Features:

  • Dice, cards, stars, battles and pudding

  • 4 Single-player campaigns

  • Playable by up to 4 players

  • Countless battle combinations

  • Utilize each character's unique combat attributes

  • More than 50 different cards to collect

  • Character abilities in the form of Hyper Cards

Customer reviews

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Fun little party game

Locke | Feb. 12, 2014 | See all Locke's reviews »

Think of this game as Mario Party, only...without so much of the Mario. Well, really closer to Fortune Street than Mario Party, but you get the idea. The goal is to collect stars and beat monsters (and your fellow players) in order to reach the top level and beat the game. The stages and items are nowhere near as interesting as a game like Mario Party, and the mechanics are pretty simple too, but the sense of style and voice overs are pretty cute.

Much like Mario Party, your fortunes can shift with one bad turn, which will get pretty annoying against the computer, but this game does have one thing Mario doesn't: online multiplayer. Would highly recommend this as a LAN party game, or get some friends together over Skype (or whatever you like) so you can do some trash-talking and have some laughs together when the guy in first suddenly meets misfortune.