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25 February 2005 @ 08:04 pm
Nanaca CRASH!  
This game is severely awesome.  You're a little girl on a bike. The object is to crash into a bishy guy and send him flying as far as you can (the control is like swinging in a video golf game: press the mouse button when the meter shows the angle you want and release it when it shows the power you want). You can hit him multiple times (with limits), and there are various characters standing around that alter his flight if he hits them. This page shows you how to play.

Manage your aerial crashes wisely: you only get 3 upward ones, and downward ones take some time to replenish. Use downward crashes to knock the guy into boosts, especially if you can get a special boost that way. At first the stop girl is irritating, but if you can get her special (by hitting her after hitting another boost girl without touching the ground in between), she'll give you the biggest boost of all. Youko (the blocking girl) can actually be more of a problem, especially if your angle is low.

Youko (the girl in the pink dress)'s special is made available by getting boosted by her, and becomes unavailable if you hit any other boost girl afterwards. Miki and Kiri's specials are available if one is next to the other. There are some other extra-special specials that have something to do with Youko, but I still haven't figured out what makes them appear.

My highest score is 5939.52m. What's your high score?
Current Mood: amusedamused
Current Music: KOTOKO - Kyururun Kiss de Jyanbo
Derakonderakon on February 26th, 2005 05:23 am (UTC)

Third try got me 4429.75m.
Multipartitesharpsight on February 26th, 2005 07:36 pm (UTC)
The Triad speaks:
...9119.51m... pure luck.

*goes to the second linked page interestedly*
Ninja Nicknick_101 on February 26th, 2005 09:51 pm (UTC)
So far, 4609.75.
keradonkeradon on February 27th, 2005 01:40 am (UTC)
I...ended up with 8759.23m. -_- For some reason, I found it severely fascinating to keep hitting the bishy guy over and over again.

On a sheer whim, I wanted to see how HIGH I could send him, based on the boosts that I hit. It's amusing to smack a guy about 500m. It's too bad they don't have a speed indicator.

Oh, regarding the Youko combos. I THINK (not sure if this is right), that you hit Youko and then hit a boost girl without touching the ground to set it off.

Found 3 so far, and it depends on the recoloring of your projectile. They do wear off.

Not sure about orange.

Green, for some reason, doubles the effect of any boost girl you hit.

Blue is just amusing. It sends your bishy guy in a continuous horizontal flight just above the heads of the other characters. This lasts for 99 seconds. After words, he shoots upwards back on his normal course.

I'm gonna continue to try this for awhile...
Derakonderakon on February 27th, 2005 03:11 am (UTC)
Youko (the block girl, right?) works as follows:
Get a special "open" with a girl
Hit Youko
Hit the girl with the open special
Activate new special

I think the result you get depends on which girl you hit. I've seen the following:
Red: free resurrection when you "die"
Yellow: Superelastic bounces (gain height with each bounce)
Blue: fly for 1000m and then gain a traditional boost
Green: increase normal boost effects.
gwalla: halloweengwalla on February 27th, 2005 09:27 pm (UTC)
Ah, that makes sense.

I don't see how you could get the Youko/Misato powerup, though. Misato's special is opened by getting hit by another boost girl, and closed when you hit the ground. But since Youko doesn't actually knock you back up into the air, hitting her means you must hit the ground either right in front of her or right after her, either of which should close Misato's special. Yet I know I've gotten a Youko/Misato powerup before. Does hitting Youko preserve open specials past where they'd normally get closed?
fishbulb42: morninghairfishbulb42 on March 2nd, 2005 03:09 pm (UTC)
Gah... I can't seem to control it. I start the game, and it runs out of control until IE finally freezes over.