Japanese widget Bloglue

Japan widget Bloglue

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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 1st place  Meta Ball Shooting Game Widget
Meta Ball Shooting Game Widget
Cool game for your blog. Use the arrow keys to move up, down, left, and right and the space bar to fight. Avoid and destroy the aliens!
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 2nd place  Smash-The-Mole Game
Smash-The-Mole Game
Here's a cute, well-known game from Japan. Press the start button, grab your wooden mallet and smash away. But remember, only hit the purplish 'bad' moles. Code is simple to grab from the widget's webpage.
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PEKO-BREAK Widget
This is a nicely made, compact game of Falling Blocks with 5 stages total. There's also a way High Score King Function.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 4th place  Game of Fish with Kanji
Game of Fish with Kanji
This is definately a game of Fish with a cool twist. You play using the Kanji characters for the most famous, or most eaten, fish in Japan. A lot of fun to play, especially to build your powers of imagination, but also as a fun way to memorize Kanji. Get the code easily on the widget's webpage. It's the one with the red button on it.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 5th place  Memory Test Game
Memory Test Game
Here's a great game to build and test your powers of memory. The instructions are in Japanese, but I will explain here. The door opens and you are presented with some pictures. Remember them! After a few moments the door closes and then reopens. This time, there is one image that is different from before. Click on that image. If your answer is correct, you proceed to the next and more difficult stage. If you fail, game over. Refresh the screen to play again. The only Japanese you need to know is [ゲームスタート] for Start the Game. When you finish you will also see your ranking on a scale from 1 to 10. Good Luck!
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 6th place  Force Master
Force Master
Practice using the Force with this amazing widget! Webcam is required. Hold a red pen upright (cap side up) in front of the webcam about 3 feet away. Block the laser beams shooting out of the practice ball with your lightsaber! Don't move the pen too quickly and use a brightly lit room. Code is easy to find on widget's webpage.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 7th place  DISC UP (Diet music game)
DISC UP (Diet music game)
Hilarious game that's actually lots of fun to play. Hit up arrow key or clidk the left button on the mouse as the records flying across the top of the screen hit the circle on the left. As you clear each stage, the lady running on the record layer loses weight. A bit sexist, but fun. Code is simple to spot on the widget's web page.
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Poker on your blog. You've been waitin for this.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 9th place  Gamers Widget
Gamers Widget
Choose from a ton of games. The only Japanese you really need to know is [スタート] for Start. Code is on the widget's webpage.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 10th place  Game onBlog widget
Game onBlog widget
Get all the Game onBlog games in one widget. Yes, there's some Japanese and it's impossible to explain all the rules of each game here. But give it a go anyhow. The basic rules are easy to figure out. Just remember that [スタート] or [ゲームスタート] means to Start and that [ゲームに戻る] means to return to the game. Have fun!
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