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Ochakumi (Windows)

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Play as Ooe Rumiko, bored and hungry secretary, in this arcade-style game from Japan. Ooe must navigate through eight different office levels, propelling herself in her rolling office chair, and we all now how much fun rolling about in those chairs is!

First you will have to find a bit of Ice Cream or Cake in the area. And well the perfect thing to wash down such a rich snack is a little tea. You will have to get to the tea ingredients after which the tea itself will appear in the office. Once you down the tea the level is over. However your co-workers and bosses want to see you being productive (What Rubbish!) If they run into you Ooe will lose one of three lives.

Seeing as you are in your chair pushing the up arrow key will cause you to move in which ever way your back is facing via the pushing actions of your legs. When facing a wall you may press the space bar to quickly launch yourself backward, if you hit anyone they will be momentarily stunned.

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Ochakumi Windows Your chair, which has served you so well, topples
Ochakumi Windows A new Level... whatch out for new enemy Matcho Kachou
Ochakumi Windows After Ice cream one must have some tea off for the ingredients... Don't be caught by those productivity crazed vultures!
Ochakumi Windows Outside the office

Alternate Titles

  • "お茶くみ" -- Japanese spelling

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*Rolls backwards in chair* Whee! Opipeuter (16476) 4.83 Stars4.83 Stars4.83 Stars4.83 Stars4.83 Stars

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GameHippo.com May 29, 2003 7 out of 10 70

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Opipeuter (16476) added Ochakumi (Windows) on Feb 20, 2004