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This interactive manga tells the tale of a small Japanese town, Kurôzu-Cho, trapped in a vast spiraling curse. The story is told from the perspective of a woman, Kirie Goshima, who lived in Kurôzu-Cho and now looks back to certain events that took place during here high school years.

Shuichi Saito, her beloved, suggests they elope to a nearby city. Trying to find out why Shuichi is so sudden Kirie discovers that he suspects a curse. Kirie finds this hard to believe, so Shuichi brings up a grim family anecdote.

Shuichi's father began a spiral mania, collecting every thing with a spiral, ending with bizarre spiral self mutilation leading to his death. Shuichi's mother tried to purge herself or spirals, clipping off the skin of her finger prints. Ultimately dying from complications when she tries to gouge out her inner ear.

A nervous Kirie goes back into her everyday school world but things seem strange... Spirals that are part of the mundane world suddenly take on a new threatening life. A whorl of hair, a jack in a box, a scar, a plate, metaphorical spirals, love, hate, madness lurks in Kurôzu-Cho.

The game is essentially a black and white manga. During the story you will make choices for Kirie directing her through the mysterious events.

The game plays vertically.


Uzumaki: Denshi Kaikihen WonderSwan Kirie, Japanes highschool student. Main Protaganist.
Uzumaki: Denshi Kaikihen WonderSwan Shuichi asks Kirie to elope with him.
Uzumaki: Denshi Kaikihen WonderSwan Shuichi's father attempts to turn himself into a spiral. With some negative effects.
Uzumaki: Denshi Kaikihen WonderSwan There are many examples of scrolling text without an accompanying image.

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Alternate Titles

  • "うずまき ~電視怪奇篇~" -- Japanese Spelling

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This game is based off the horror manga by Junji Ito. The game follows the manga's story very closely although the order of events is slightly altered.

A Japanese Uzumaki movie has also been made.

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Opipeuter (17001) added Uzumaki: Denshi Kaikihen (WonderSwan) on Feb 28, 2005