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Super OHAJIKI

Languages

English (English)

Japanese (日本語)

Platforms
MS Windows
Web standard
Tools and Technologies
Unity
About
2人対戦のゲームです。
各プレイヤーは最初に一定数のおはじきを持ち、交互におはじきを打ちます。
おはじきが得点エリアに入った場合に得点が入ります。得点エリアから出てしまった場合は、得点はなくなります。
どちらかのプレイヤーのおはじきがなくなったときにゲームが終了し、その時点でのスコアが結果となります。
さらに、フィールドにアイテムが出現することがあります。動物のアイテムを拾うと、次に打つおはじきが拾った動物に変化します。
Rules:

A 2-player competitive game.
Each player starts with a set number of ohajiki pieces and takes turns flicking them.
Points are scored when an ohajiki lands in the scoring area. Once an ohajiki leaves the scoring area, any potential points are lost.
The game ends when one player runs out of ohajiki pieces, and the score at that point determines the result.
Additionally, items may appear on the field. If a player picks up an animal item, their next flicked ohajiki will transform into that animal.
Ohajiki is a traditional Japanese children's game. It involves small, flat, round pieces played on a tabletop or the floor. Players use a larger piece to flick and hit the smaller pieces, aiming for strategic moves. The player with the highest score wins.
Cultural significance: Ohajiki has been beloved in Japan for its role in fostering children's dexterity and focus.