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Mar 16, 2011 | 2:46 PM EDT
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  • Weekly 3rd Place March 23, 2011

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Big Heart 5 Points Click on any donate button.
Speedy 5 Points Beat the game with a score of under 500.
Wavey 5 Points Beat the game on the first difficulty setting.
Surf Crasher 10 Points Beat the game on the second difficulty setting.
Tsunami Crasher 25 Points Beat the game on the last difficulty setting.

Author Comments

Commentary:

This charity game is dedicated to the people of Japan. May those who were lost rest in peace. Nana korobi, ya oki.

Please consider donating whatever you can spare to the people of Japan to help them heal from the recent disaster.

Controls - Mash the correct buttons quickly
'M' - sounds.


Medals - There are medals for easy, medium and hard difficulty modes.

Reviews


Ultimate-assassinUltimate-assassin

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awesome!

But I am beginning to think that because of the things happening in Japan, 2012 MIGHT be the end of the world. D:



ChrisspyChrisspy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Japan is awesome!

This was probably the most thoughtful game ever made. I just have a hard time beating it.


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snoupysnoupy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i donated

japan need our help......plus domo is awasome!


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levi10levi10

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

dfdffs

good



N64linkN64link

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice little game.

It was a nice game, took me a few deaths to beat. But once the patterns are learned it's easy to win. Extra points for Domo-kun. But I'm afraid I must subtract a few since the donate button appears to go to a dead link, at the time of this review. As a game a 3/5 but as something to grab attention and maybe get a few donations 5/5, so I give a 4/5. I hope some people will research and make sure to donate to charities that actually help. Unlike when this happened to Hatti, a lot of money went into people's pockets.
PS, Red Cross FTW, people.


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