Kiki Trick is best described as a sound-based collection of mini-games. It has an eclectic art design fusing a blend of paper cut outs, hand drawn visuals, and digital photography and video featuring Japanese actors.
One example is a mini-game where the player listens to garbled speech and are then asked to complete the missing phrase. Other mini-games include a player having to pick a sound effect that matches one four mute live action videos, and even a mini-game where the play has to decide on the best sound that matches a man eating ramen noodles. The game was developed with an emphasis of multiple people playing together.
- キキトリック - Japanese spelling
Credits (Wii version)
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Game added by Kyoto Report.
Additional contributors: Kam1Kaz3NL77.
Game added March 5, 2012. Last modified February 14, 2024.