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Outrageous Japanimation action bursts to life with Haiiii-Ya! Create your favorite anime character, then add martial arts styles, special attacks, signature quotes and moves, combat options, and a wide variety of hilarious chi powers like Star Energy Shuriken and Tsunami Water Smash! Increase in...

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An all-new adventure for METAMORPHOSIS ALPHA, the first sci-fi RPG created by James M. Ward in 1976! The Knower of All Things has been kidnapped! Mysterious agents have abducted the village shaman in the dead of night, leaving a hideous trail in their wake. Now it is up to the bravest and...


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