Hm, as I decided to go on a Puchi Carat hunt I've found this place: randomhoohaas.flyingomelette.c… Puchi Carat Palace. It's great for references and the fact that it's all in English makes it even greater! Plus it has the soundtrack ans such..
But the part that suprised me is in the links, more to say that we're in the links! x3
It's good that people are finding this place!
In other news: The new version came through, but Palace has the manual scans anyway, so I believe there's no need for me to do my own.
Caramell Port should be through soon, since it has been five days already. I won't be scanning it due to an awkward scanner but I will take photos! :3
If anyone knows a bit of Japanese and cares to translate it when I do so, you're more than welcome!
(Small note to Ikipud: Sorry if I'm not meant to be journal updating, but this place hasn't been touched in an awfully long time. :3 )
A warm welcome to the newest members!
Hi there! This is =ikipud and I've decided to make a club for the amazing (but underrated and unknown) game Puchi Carat!
But What is Puchi Carat?
Well, it's a game made by the japanese company Taito who also made Puzzle Bobble/Bust-a-Move. There's a Wikipedia entry here. It would help if people who know more about it added to it somewhat =]
Here's the opening animation on youtube uploaded by =Jadeica [link]
If you would like to join, send the club a note entitled along the lines of 'join' or 'joining' and you will be added to the members list =]
It would also be nice if you added the club's icon to your journal/shoutboard/signature. To do this just type : iconpuchi-carat : without the spaces and it will show up like this:
Really Nice Helper