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Mar 16, 2011 | 2:46 PM EDT
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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


Zeldafan2Zeldafan2

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

alright

this game is ok but it doesnt let you know or let you get into place what to mash



Fr00bzyFr00bzy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i luv this stuffs

It seems like Mockery is making most of these good new games.


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FairesFaires

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's a Domo =O

HOw awesome this game is!!! Yay!!!

For J-Pan!!!! >3

FIGHT, DOMO, FIGHT!!



WegraWegra

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Mokcery always knows how to brighten our days

Hahahahaha that was teriffic a psuedo sequel to Domo Kun Angry Smash Fest fighting the EVIL Tsunami monster. And theres nothing offensive about it, hell they put a freaking DONATION button so back off haters!

That being said another job well done guys!


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SCTE3SCTE3

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Quite fun

I actually think this is going to be worth playing for awhile since it also allows users to donate to help the victims of the earthquakes in Japan.

The graphics were nice and retro as always. How do you two always manage to make everything look retro yet fun at the same time if I may ask?

The game play was nice and kind of felt like it was teaching players to type so I guess it could be a game aimed toward a young audience as well right? I found that the farther I went that it kept getting harder with each wave requiring faster finger tapping.

The music was nice and kind of reminded me of Pokemon Puzzle League for some reason or another.

Overall, this game turned out nice.


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poxpower responds:

The reason is that I'm awesome at pixel graphics and Rog is awesome at making NES music.