MoeGame [J] has released the platform “moeG,” specialized in social games designated for full on R-18 content. Currently, “moeG (MoeGame)” is a next generation 18+ only portal site for enjoying R-18 social games, erotic avatars, and erotic community contents. They now offer titles such as the PC R-18 game title “Night Shift Hospital Ward” and… Continue reading 18+ Social Game Platform “moeG” Opens Up
“Moé Can Change!” And “Simulated Boyfriend” Released For Pixiv Mobile
Ambition [J] has released the social games “Moé Can Change!” [J] and “Gijin Kareshi” [J] (simulated boyfriend) on “pixiv Mobile,” [J] a mobile site run by Pixiv. [J] “pixiv Mobile” is the mobile phone version of the illustrated SNS “pixiv.” They set up “pixiv Game” from November of 2011 and began offering social games. “Gijin… Continue reading “Moé Can Change!” And “Simulated Boyfriend” Released For Pixiv Mobile
Kawaii Security – Over 30 Computer Virus Personified In Japanese Security Book
It is understandable to make your favorite web services drawn as characters, but how about internet viruses? A Japanese publisher Sansai Books started selling a security book “Kawaii Security”, which enlightens you computer virus history since 1980’s, with over 30 infamous viruses anthropomorphized in cute anime-style characters. Which virus being personified in the book has… Continue reading Kawaii Security – Over 30 Computer Virus Personified In Japanese Security Book
Moedroid – Android Apps Review Site Only For “Moe” Apps
Moedroid [J] is a Japanese Android review site which introduces “moe” applications only. “Moe” is a Japanese slang which means “little, adorable and cute” mostly in the context of Anime. So the site is dedicated for introducing cute Android applications. The main content is “moe” Android app reviews. There are app rankings, featured corner to… Continue reading Moedroid – Android Apps Review Site Only For “Moe” Apps
“Zombie Japanese” – Chinese Derogatory Term Referring Japan Anthropomorphized
Like as “Jap” in some English countries, there are Chinese words for insulting Japan/Japanese. One of the popular words is Riben Guizi(日本鬼子), which means “Zombie Japanese” in Chinese (“Devil’s Children Japanese” in Japanese, slightly different). The word is often used to talk about Imperial Japan’s army during WWII, but still seen on Chinese web especially… Continue reading “Zombie Japanese” – Chinese Derogatory Term Referring Japan Anthropomorphized
Buddhist Sutra Chanting Distribution On Cellphone
Ryoho-ji Temple [J], located at west suburb of Tokyo, is known on the web as its “Moe“-based proselytization. This time the chief priest Nakazato, a person of ideas, introduced new mobile movie service. After purchasing a pre-paid card, user can read QR-code on its back and access to the movie on which Nakazato chanting Buddhist… Continue reading Buddhist Sutra Chanting Distribution On Cellphone
Can “Moe” Catgirl Make Our Lives So Cheerful?
Wake up in the morning, commute, work, have a lunch, work again, come back home, take a bath and go asleep – for everyday, for ever. Aren’t you bored with monotonous daily routines? A Tokyo-based company, which states creating stimulus things as its corporate mission, will probably make it happen. Xtone[J] (pronounced as “eks-tone”), a… Continue reading Can “Moe” Catgirl Make Our Lives So Cheerful?