Rahul Sharma

Endonesia

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Artist(s)  Kazuyuki Kurashima
Release date(s)  JP: May 31, 2001
Initial release date  31 May 2001
Designer  Taro Kudo
Genre  Adventure game
Composer(s)  Hirofumi Taniguchi
Mode(s)  Single-player
Developer  Vanpool
Publisher  Enix
Platform  PlayStation 2
Endonesia httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaenthumb5
Similar  Vanpool games, Adventure games

Endonesia (エンドネシア), sometimes Endnesia or Exotica, is an adventure video game for the PlayStation 2. The game was developed by Vanpool and published by Enix exclusively in Japan on May 31, 2001.

Contents

Gameplay

The player takes on the role of a 5th-grade boy who is accidentally warped to a fictional island called Endonesia. The protagonist must communicate with the island's 50 sealed gods in order to return home. The boy does so by obtaining several abilities called Emo powers, which draw on his emotions, and the emotions of those around him. The game features day and night cycles as well as days of the week, with the island stuck in a 10-day time loop.

Development

Endonesia was developed by Vanpool, which is composed of former members of Love-de-Lic. The game's instruction manual was made similar to a travel pamphlet. Titled Endonesia Airlines, it includes a map, photographs of food and wildlife from the game, and letter of welcome to the island.

Reception

On release, Famitsu magazine scored the game a 32 out of 40. Endonesia only managed to sell 9,757 copies during its first week of sale in Japan.

References

Endonesia Wikipedia


Similar Topics
Raavan
Jeremy Boreing
Chunky Pandey
Topics