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Shoujo Attack! (Windows)

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Pretty Japanese girls are trying to flee from the land of the Tentacled Monsters (wouldn't you?) and are relying on you to direct their activities through various landscapes (70 levels) utilising diverse skillsets (22 abilities) inspired from manga and anime archetypes of Japanese popular culture.

Gameplay is directly inspired from the venerable Lemmings series, individual girls selectable with crosshairs to boost their talents with whatever skills necessary (primarily of the terrain-removal or gap-spanning variety) to facilitate getting them and all their sisters to the Shinto shrine gate marking each level's goal. Levels and abilities are categorized together in "channels" of similar themes (Family, Goddess, Ren'ai, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Sexy), with supplementary bonus channels unlockable through effective Shoujo rescuing.


Shoujo Attack! Windows Mecha Pilot Shoujo reporting for duty, sir!
Shoujo Attack! Windows The Bratty Shoujo throws stomping fits that clear terrain beneath her -- in this case, eventually digging a hole out the bottom of the level.
Shoujo Attack! Windows The Demon Shoujo blasts diagonal tunnels through the landscape.
Shoujo Attack! Windows The Angel Shoujo in action, taking wing above her compatriots' troubles in the heavenly Goddess channel.

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Pseudo_Intellectual (45139) added Shoujo Attack! (Windows) on Oct 28, 2006