Hello Kitty no Oshare Party: Sanrio Character Zukan DS

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Hello Kitty no Oshare Party: Sanrio Character Zukan DS
Sanrio Character Zukan DS cover.png
Director(s) Nozomu Iwai
Producer(s) Dai Takamura,
Eiichi Nakajima (senior producer)
Composer(s) Tsuyoshi Kaneko (background music), Kouichi Suenaga, Hideyuki Etou
Release date(s) Japan July 26, 2007
Genre "Variety game" (encyclopedia, dress-up, minigames, fortune telling)
Rating(s) CERO:CERO A.png
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Player mode(s) 1-2 players (minigame battle, exchanging mail)
Serial code(s) NTR-P-A3ZJ(JPN)

Hello Kitty no Oshare Party: Sanrio Character Zukan DS (Japanese: ハローキティのおしゃれパーティー: サンリオキャラクターずかんDS), is a video game for Nintendo DS produced by FromSoftware, Inc. It was only released in Japan.

The name of the game translates as Hello Kitty's Smartly Dressed Party: Character Illustrated Encyclopedia.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Disclaimer: It is suggested any form of fortune-telling/divination should be taken with a pinch of salt and is not to be taken seriously. It can also become potentially dangerous to one's well-being if one is sensitive and becomes dependent on it.

The game has a detailed illustrated encyclopedia, which documents over 300 Sanrio characters and brands. The game also has a dress-up feature where players can dress-up Hello Kitty. The player can choose to buy new clothes and accessories using points.

Points can be earned by playing minigames, including "Sanrio Quiz" (Japanese: サンリオクイズ), "Memory Game" (Japanese: きおくりょくゲーム), "Calculation Game" (Japanese: けいさんゲーム), Spot the Difference (Japanese: まちがいさがし) and "Jigsaw Puzzle" (Japanese: ジグソーパズル). Each minigame can be played on an easy, medium, or hard difficulty. The amount of points that the player obtains may depend on the difficulty of the minigame (with a x2 multiplier for normal mode and a x3 multiplayer for hard mode) and the amount of correct answers given.

The game has a "fortune-telling" feature, where the player can pick a card and have the game tell a Sanrio character that will/has described their day, with a keyword and'key point' description. For example, the key-word for the Osaru no Monkichi card is "popular person" and suggests in the key point description that today the user will talk more than usual on the day they receive the card. The fortune-telling feature also suggests a lucky game. The player normally has to wait until the next to select a new card.

The game has a stamp feature where the player can mark each day they play the game with a stamp, such as a stamp of Hello Kitty or her ribbon, or a star, or a musical note or an apple. All stamps can be red, blue, green, pink or black.

The player can communicate with another player for a minigame battle, or for exchanging letters.

Credits[edit | edit source]

  • Producer: Dai Takemura
  • Director: Nozomu Iwai
  • Main Programmer: Nobuyuki Okamura
  • Graphic Designer: Takehito Ide, Kei Munakata, Mana Ashida
  • Planner: Yasutaka Kimura, Seikichi Nishi
  • Sound Staff: Kouichi Suenaga, Hideyuki Etou
  • BGM Composer: Tsuyoshi Kaneko
  • QA Staff: Seiji Maruyama
  • Test Player: Kenji Akiba, Kazumi Kawada, Yoshie Iizuka
  • Jacket Design: Hiroyuki Kani
  • Support Staff: Misato Ishikawa, Toshiya Kimura
  • Publicity Staff: Hiroyuki Gotou, Yoshinori Komatsu, Suminobu Satou, Tomohiro Shimokawa, Yasunori Ogura
  • Senior Producer: Eiichi Nakajima
  • Supervisor: Naotoshi Jin, Atsushi Taniguchi

(in Japanese)

Companies[edit | edit source]

  • 3 O'CLOCK
  • Sanrio Co., Ltd (©2007)
  • Kuinberu Co., Ltd
  • FromSoftware, Inc. (©2007)

External links[edit | edit source]

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