About This Game100% Orange Juice is a digital multiplayer board game populated by developer Orange Juice’s all-star cast. Characters from Flying Red Barrel, QP Shooting, Suguri and Sora come together with all-new characters to duke it out… with dice.
This is a world where dogs, people and machines fly through the air. In that world, a small patch of darkness was born. Infinitesimal at first, it gradually began to envelop everything…
A youth named Kai, led by the mysterious life form known as Marie Poppo, begins a journey that will span worlds. The black, bottomless darkness of desire slowly eats away at both Kai and the world itself…
Let Marie Poppo lead you into a mysterious world to play. Grab your deck of cards and let the games begin!
- Dice, cards, stars, battles and pudding
- 4 Single-player campaigns
- Playable by up to 4 players online
- Countless battle combinations
- Utilize each character’s unique combat attributes
- More than 50 different cards to collect
- Character abilities in the form of Hyper Cards
New Steam Features:
- Full HD support
- Redesigned multiplayer experience using Steam’s lobby system
- Spectator mode
- Avatar customization
- New character skins to unlock
- VAC enabled
- Custom language support
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
- Processor: Intel Pentium 2.0GHz or higher
- Memory: 1024 MB RAM
- Graphics: Direct3D compatible video card with 128MB memory or more
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 1 GB available space
- Sound Card: DirectSound compatible sound card
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And don’t even get me started on the customization, you’d be here all day. I’ll just leave it at this: "The characters are highly customizable with currency you earn in game that you can spend in the shop." Trust me, if I go any deeper than that you’ll think I’m annoying.
That said, I highly recommend 100% Orange Juice for those who want a cheap game they can all play with friends, be they fans of anime or just fans of board games. Heck, even if they aren’t fans of either, I think they’ll like this one.
This game will show you your friend’s true nature, and will test not only your luck, but also your ability to think ahead as well as your patience. Thankfully this game doesn’t have an in-game voice chat, or everyone would hear you scream when you keep getting low numbers.
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"GG", everyone else says in chat.
"Well, I’m full health, I’ll be fine, so let’s end this game already", you say to yourself.
A wild Seagull appears!
You roll a 6.
The seagull rolls a 6 in defense.
The seagull gets a 5 for defense.
The seagull survives easily.
The seagull rolls a 6 in attack.
The seagull gets a 7 for attack.
No problem, you’re full health, after all.
You roll a 1 in defense.
"LOL", Everyone says in chat.
The seagull then proceeds to destroy you, physically, emotionally, mentally, and financially.
Half of your stars are gone (And half of your will to live, too).
Just as you finish up wiping your tears, you proceed to see the scoreboard, naturally, with Marie Poppo in first, who robbed you as you were down, and rolled onto your home to win.
This is what 100% Orange Juice is like. Do not be fooled by its cute art style and seemingly casual gameplay.
This isn’t a game.
This is a future therapy session.
I’d still recommend it. 10/10
Got this game from a Humble Bundle ages ago, never paid much attention to it.
Decided to give it a try after a friend asked me to.
So much depth, so much RNG, so much salt.
Going into depth:
The game has a very solid, polished boardgame base that, while it could be described as "Mario Party without the Minigames", goes much further than that.
While extremely RNG-based, each character has a distinct playstyle that benefits certain patterns, and combined with the shared card deck, no match ever feels the same.
The game rewards you for just playing it, so losing isn’t much of a problem either, sometimes you’re not even in it to win the match: The fun you had from making a losing play is rewarding enough. Daily quests are available to give you means to farm Oranges(currency used to buy cosmetics), and while not necessary to complete them every time, you’ll find yourself wanting to leave your comfort zone often and playing varied styles of characters.
Many DLC are available, but they do not imbalance the multiplayer aspect: A new, dlc-less player can compete on an equal level with a veteran, although more limited in character choices.
Also, on a completely personal note, I absolutely adore the game’s cute, simple aesthetic, the community and the memes.
Ten percent concentrated power of will
Ten percent pleasure, ten percent pain,
and 100% Orange Juice is the name of the game
100% Orange Juice is a board game featuring characters across multiple games from the Japanese indie group daidai (who are better known as OrangeJuice among the populace). The game premise is to move around the board obtaining stars and/or wins from successful battles, which allow you to increase your Norma level, which in turn allows access to cards. Cards play a vast role in 100% Orange Juice by changing the scenarios in and outside of battle. Some common examples are having access to two dice for movement, healing yourself after a battle, and setting traps which can slow down other players. Due to the versatility of cards, you will find yourself always trying out different deck creations.
The largest component is the multiplayer, which many regular players would suggest as an additional place to learn as many people will provide suggestions or solutions to what may not be visibly clear even after playing for a while. In addition, as you progress through multiplayer, you will be able to purchase new items from an in-game shop. These include card packs, additional attire colors, boards, among other goodies. Stars, the currency within are obtained upon each completed game, and you earn bonuses for fulfilling certain goals.
Now, rather than just state what has already been stated in reviews regarding how the game works… I feel that I need to put my own thoughts out. Not as a way to intice you, the reader, to buying this game. That is entirely up to your discretion. However, until 100% Orange Juice became a common occurance for myself, and many other regular players who I’ve met up to this point, I don’t think there was a single game I could really be satisfied with, outside of those "in-the-moment" games such as Mass Effect, Fallout: New Vegas, and Persona 3 to name a few examples. They’re all great games, but after you hit the ‘end’ point, that was it. I had no real desire to go back to any of them.
100% Orange Juice… doesn’t stand in that same line, for me, personally. It’s one of those games I honestly cannot explain to anyone unfamilar with it in why I still enjoy playing it. I’ve seen so much progress and change from when I had first started up to its current iteration, that it just feels like a new game, yet also entirely familiar. Fruitbat Factory, who has brought us this game from what was once a small project that daidai had moved on from beforehand, is now incredibly fleshed out. I’m not going to lie to you. If this game was sold as it was originally contrasted as; a board game with fun characters but also fairly limited in selection alongside a sparse choice of playing options, I would have suggested to move on.
This isn’t the case. 100% Orange Juice, without a doubt, has enough content through free updates to make "GOTY" rereleases look absolutely fruitless in comparison. The support and care that Fruitbat Factory alongside daidai’s commitment to providing a bridge for the dedicated playerbase through additional content and supplemental changes over time is commendable.
Without making this seem like a love letter from someone who absolutely adores this game, I would like to just clear some things up on a neutral level. First of all, the DLC availiable for purchase. If you are starting out with 100% Orange Juice, due to picking it up in a sale or as a gift, then I highly urge you to play the base game first and hold off on the DLC to give yourself some room to breath. The mechanics with additional characters alongside their ambigious nature would leave a tightrope in your way, if you were to go from characters who are fairly simple in nature to ease you in, to characters made with card synergy and an outside-of-the-box approach in mind. The second part is approach. Where do you begin first? If you’re looking for general gameplay tips, the Community Guides are fairly in-depth and will make what looks like a game with concise rules build a foundation where strategy plays a larger role.
Where you go from there is entirely up to you. Hopefully you’ll enjoy the journey and have fun alongside others, alongside the traditional displeasure of our lord RNGesus making you fall to a boss.
As for me? I have some excess plushies that need to be picked up by my friends. Hopefully they don’t mind~
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