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100% Orange Juice is a goal-oriented boardgame played by OrangeJuice's all-star cast including characters from Acceleration of Suguri, Flying Red Barrel: A Diary of Little Aviator, Sora, and QP Shooting.
Date de parution: 10 sep 2013
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Fan Art Contest!

18 août 2014


Submit a new fan art of your own making to the Steam community Artwork gallery by September 1st to enter!

Prizes:
#1: Limited edition QP Shooting - Dangerous!! t-shirt + a copy of QP Shooting - Dangerous!!*
#2: 100% Orange Juice 4-pack + a copy of QP Shooting - Dangerous!!*
#3: A copy of QP Shooting - Dangerous!!*

Rules:
- Enter a new, previously unpublished artwork of your own making to the Artwork section by September 1st with the comment "100% Orange Juice fan art contest" in description.
- Artwork must be related to Orange_Juice's games, and follow general Steam content guidelines to be accepted.
- Multiple entries permitted, but each entrant may only win once.
- Fruitbat Factory staff will pick the winning entries at their own discretion.
- Contest entries may be used by Fruitbat Factory on their social media and other promotions.

*QP Shooting - Dangerous!! copies will be delivered upon release.

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Poppo Has Intensified!

10 août 2014


There are strange things happening in the world of 100% Orange Juice. Reports are coming in of a hostile takeover by a mysterious creature some have taken to calling Rad Poppo. She has rallied her legions of Poppo to steal every star in the world!

It's still not too late to... join her cause! According to reliable sources, Poppo's takeover will last until 24:00 EST on Monday, August 11th. Her loyal followers are granted the signature item of Rad Poppo that will be the envy of every other Poppo in the world. Don't miss out!

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Articles

“100% Orange Juice is far from perfect, but it’s still an exceptional virtual board game that really pushes your buttons.”
4/5 – http://www.twinfinite.net/2014/05/24/100-orange-juice-review-game-hates

“The game is quirky and fun, it doesn’t take itself too seriously which I really like in these days of AAA game releases.”
3/5 – http://calmdowntom.com/review/100-orange-juice-review-pc/

“This game surprised me in so many ways. I have never really played a game like this before on a PC. I found it both fun and entertaining.”
http://www.gertlushgaming.co.uk/game-review/review-100-orange-juice/

À propos du jeu

100% Orange Juice is a goal-oriented boardgame played by OrangeJuice's all-star cast including characters from Acceleration of Suguri, Flying Red Barrel: A Diary of Little Aviator, Sora, and QP Shooting.

This is a world where dogs, people and machines fly through the air. In that world, a small patch of darkness was born. Infinitesimal at first, it gradually began to envelop everything...

A youth named Kai, led by the mysterious life form known as Marie Poppo, begins a journey that will span worlds. The black, bottomless darkness of desire slowly eats away at both Kai and the world itself...

Let Marie Poppo lead you into a mysterious world to play. Grab your deck of cards and let the games begin!

Features:

  • Dice, cards, stars, battles and pudding
  • 4 Single-player campaigns
  • Playable by up to 4 players online
  • Countless battle combinations
  • Utilize each character's unique combat attributes
  • More than 50 different cards to collect
  • Character abilities in the form of Hyper Cards

New Steam Features:

  • Support for HD resolutions
  • Redesigned multiplayer experience using Steam's lobby system

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 2.0GHz or higher
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Direct3D compatible video card with 128MB memory or more
    • DirectX: Version 8.0
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectSound compatible sound card
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5 personne(s) sur 5 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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8 évaluations
15.9 heures en tout
Really good party game, love it ! <3 Found it funnier than Mario Party for example.
Badly, some characters come from other games from this company but are unknown for most players. Little advice : search for them, and try the games related. They're really fun too.

EDIT 01/07/14 : Suguri and Acceleration of Suguri are out on Steam, to discover the chracter Suguri !
Posté le : 19 mai 2014
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8 personne(s) sur 11 (73%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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4 évaluations
7.8 heures en tout
Si vous ne comptez pas jouer pas en solo, alors vous pourrez peut-être passer quelques heures sympathiques sur 100% Orange Juice, dans le cas contraire, passez votre chemin.

100% Orange Juice est un jeu de plateau principalement basé, lorsque tout se passe normalement, sur la chance. Le principe est de terminer de minis défis pour finalement remporter la partie, après un certain nombre de ces défis terminés. Peu de variété ici, il s'agit soit de récolter des objets, soit de vaincre des adversaires, en se déplaçant sur le plateau de jeu. Tout ou presque se fait au dé, les déplacements comme les combats. Et même si un bon nombre de cartes sont disponibles pour modifier le déroulement de la partie, d'un tour de jeu ou d'un combat, le dé reste le facteur déterminant. On pense toujours que le facteur chance fini par tourner et s'équilibrer sur la durée, mais cela ne sera vrai qu'en multijoueur. La campagne solo est absolument inintéressante dans le sens ou l'IA possède, non pas une intelligence, comme cela devrait être le cas, mais une table de résultats de dés quasiment parfaite et donc truquée. Le principe de la campagne solo est donc de jouer et rejouer certaines parties quasi impossibles à gagner, jusqu'à finalement enchainer des scores parfaits pour s'en sortir, ou profiter de la non intelligence de l'IA et réussir à tirer avantage des cartes, avec un peu de chance.

Concernant les règles, elles sont très simples et peuvent être assimilées en quelques minutes, pas de soucis de ce côté la, ça fonctionne. Il est possible de débloquer différents personnages qui auront leur propres forces et faiblesses et détermineront en partie votre style de jeu, étant donné qu'il n'y a que 2 façons de progresser dans les parties, et donc de gagner. Les nouvelles cartes s'acquièrent aléatoirement avec les gains de vos précédentes parties. Il est possible de se lancer dans le multijoueur même sans avoir de cartes 'puissantes', puisque les cartes sélectionnées par chaque joueur sont mélangées en une pioche unique, ce qui est plutôt une bonne chose. A noter que passer du mode plein écran du jeu vers le bureau entrainera un crash immédiat du jeu.

En conclusion, un jeu très simpliste et bien plus frustrant qu'amusant la plupart du temps.
Posté le : 23 juin 2014
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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2 évaluations
14.7 heures en tout
recommended 10/10 very nice your hard work is really rewarded in this game
Posté le : 18 août 2014
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1 personne(s) sur 3 (33%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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6.1 heures en tout
So funny with friends !! HAHA
Posté le : 15 juin 2014
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219 personne(s) sur 248 (88%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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10 évaluations
196.0 heures en tout
Before I say anything, 10/10. If you have ever played and liked Mario Party, Fortune Street, Dokapon Kingdom, or any real or digital board game, this game should be given great consideration.

100% Orange Juice goes into the long tradition of combining characters from different series by making them all into a single card game most recently done on Steam with Card City Nights or a board game most similarly done like Fortune Street. This game decided to do both. What I really enjoy about this game is that it is basically the first of its kind on Steam. It combines many core elements from Dokapon Kingdom like combat and different stats, Fortune Street for “promotions” and board control, and Mario Party for stars and the 3 item max system (no minigames unfortunately).

The main objective of this game is to get 5 normas. Normas are objectives that you need to achieve by either collecting stars or killing enemies. Once the objective is met, you need to land on an enemy orange or pass your own that you can automatically stop at even if you overroll. Each Norma will give you an additional level up star, from a start of 1, and caps at 5 for the 5th norma is victory. Higher stars mean you can use more powerful cards to help secure victory.

A dice is rolled at the start of each turn. Like other games of its kind, you can also use applicable items at this time, which this game implements as cards. Each card, as mentioned earlier, does have a minimum level requirement, so overly strong cards will not come out till late game. Across the board are many spaces. Green draws a card, red fights an enemy, yellow gains stars based on roll after landing, blue drops stars based on roll after landing, purple warps to another purple, and the orange marker is each corresponding color’s base that can automatically stopped at to get a norma if it is your own or landed on for the same purpose if not your own and can be used to heal. There is also a grey space that does nothing :(.

The combat in this system is really reminiscent of Dokapon Kingdom. In this game you can choose to fight whenever you pass an enemy or have to fight when another player fights you or you land on a red space. Each player only gets to do one attack and one defend each encounter. You can use applicable cards before combat if you have any that apply. During combat, the main decider of things is how high you roll for an attack and what defensive stance you take. When defending you can either defend, which will reduce the attack into their roll minus your roll with a minimum of one, or you can evade, which will completely avoid the attack only if you roll higher than the opposing roll. There are also boss battles that sometimes occur on red spaces that drop a lot of stars. If you reach 0 hitpoints, you will have to roll a dice to revive. It requries a roll of 5 or higher and then goes does by one each turn you fail. You also lose half your stars upon death and these go to the oppoment if defeated by that person.

This game is a lot of fun and you should strongly consider it. The only complaint one may have is this game contains a lot of pulp. Hours upon hours of "pulp".
Posté le : 16 mai 2014
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