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Crayon Shin-Chan: Ora to Poi Poi

Nintendo Entertainment System

Game Description:

First off, let me say that I am not at all a fan of Crayon Shin-Chan. At all. It’s this manga that seems tailor-made for giggling twelve-year-olds, and it ends up being completely juvenile and insipid to anyone else who reads it, unlike cool children’s books, like The Monster at the End of This Book. God damn, that was an awesome book. How could you not love that? Anyways yeah, maybe I shouldn’t be reviewing this. Or playing it.

So this game is a weird versus puzzle-type game where you push blocks of two into a playing field, with the goal of getting them all on your opponent’s side, or something like that. It all seems pretty silly and random to me.