200% Mixed Juice! is the 10th Anniversary game of OrangeJuice, an old school RPG featuring a 200% mix of OrangeJuice characters.
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Very Positive (199 reviews) - 88% of the 199 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Oct 23, 2015

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February 5

Version 1.4 Now Live!



Version 1.40 makes several balance adjustments! Full notes below.


    Balance:
  • Attacks now have a 10% minimum hit chance (previously, 0% hit chance was possible).
  • Slightly lowered overall hit chance for all attacks.
  • Single Hit Cannon type attacks are now more likely to miss against all types of enemies.
  • Lone Rider changed from Common to Uncommon rarity.
  • Scientist changed from Common to Uncommon rarity.
  • Lone Gourmet now heals for 100 (up from 25).
  • Fun Party now heals for 70 (up from 35).

    Fixes:
  • Lone Driver is now called Lone Rider.

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About This Game

200% Mixed Juice! is the 10th Anniversary game of OrangeJuice, an old school RPG featuring a 200% mix of OrangeJuice characters.

At certain points in time and space, many fun worlds exist. Each world was created by a smart little fairy named Navi for the sake of the sleeping princess with nothing to do.

A world where you're able to experience a lively school life.
A world where you can see the skies crowded with airplanes.
A world that has fallen to ruin from endless wars...

It's time for the sleeping princess to wake up and start her adventures in those worlds.

Features:

  • Over 80 characters to do battle with
  • Cutting-edge graphics to amaze your friends and neighbors with
  • A stunning digital soundtrack
  • Online multiplayer

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Intel CPU 2.0GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9 or above compatible card with 256MB VRAM or more (Radeon or GeForce recommended)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible card
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Very Positive (199 reviews)
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XenoCat
( 7.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 28
Very, very, goofy. Fairly hilarious.

Good music, pretty good plot if you've played other Orange Juice games, and a good battle system.

Give it a try, it's definitely worth.
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Sunnyside
( 15.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
I would only buy this if you are a fan of the characters. The game doesn't really have all the much to it but the banter is amusing. I feel like I got my money's worth but it's definitely not for everyone.
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Reis
( 41.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
10/10
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meguca
( 6.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 10
It's rock paper scissors + rpg... with ORANGE JUICE CHARACTERS
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jetb1ackx
( 13.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 4
To be honest this is an amazing game. It is, to put it simpaly a 'mix' of all of Orange_Juice's characters (Hence the name) it is rather comedic all most with out even trying. But it has a few glitches and problems... by a few I mean one. The only glitch I've found is if you Alt+Tab out during a battle the game will crash. *Dog jumps on lap during final boss fight, presses windows button by mestake... game crashes.* And the problem with the game is mainly to get some jokes or references you need to of played 100% orange juice or other Orange_Juice games (I may as well add that this was the first Orange_Juice game I played) but after playing QP Shooting I got some of the references but not all of them.
Still back to this game.
The battles are fun and sought of remind me of playing Pokemon among other things, other people have said it reminds them of playing other JRPG's but for some reason Pokemon stood out for me... odd thing to say I know.
The game is rather short (It took me about 6 hours including grinding) after words I tried to speed run the game with my level cap characters and skipping all the text between fights and I got through most of the game in about 50 min... short a'int it. THe game has a seamingly empty multiplayer feature. (Still havn't worked out how to get a ramdom battle)
The system of buying cards eventually gets kinda bull. (While looking for a certain item I got the rarest item in the game... twice... and the item I was looking for was only labeled 'Rare')
There is a system of mixing characters is quite funny when it's first introduced. (The machine that mixes charactors is described as a giant juicer) but eventually becomes an essential game element as some charactors, even at level cap are kinda... ♥♥♥♥.
So. Let's talk story.
'Awaken sleeping princess'
'Wake up sleepy head princess or I will die of boredom' (Oh really?)
Apart from the braketed part these are lines from the fist few lines of the game.
You are told that the person who woke you 'Navi' has gone and made a 'small' world... that seems to consist of three seperate worlds... okay. you are given a name 'Protagionest' (I don't know if I spelt that right) oh and I'm not kidding about the name either. you are told that from being asleep for so long your social skills have degraded completely. Probably why for most of the game you're mute. At least the reason you're mute is explained. Anyway.
At the second last fight in the game you fight yourself... WTF. characters constantly break the forth wall one character even goes as far to admit to this fact.
So let's quickly recap before I lose my mind.
Great game, short but in a good way, (Portal one style) story that seems to be rather generic at first glance but when you delve into it the game become a unique jewel full of non-standered humour and lots of forth wall breaking. The odd glitch and dog caused crash and a need to know other games to get some joke/refencences.
The game ends on the cliff hanger from hell and after finishing it four or five times I still know nothing of it. I guess I'll do some searching of the interwebs to find out atleast something... probably be the best way to spend the rest of my weekend.
It's quite cheap so if you are in for a stupidly comedic adventure or for a good RPG give this game a try.
Oh and the charactors look quite cute... so yeah give it a go.
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jeery
( 10.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 1
200/10 would yell at my monitor again

i love this game and the characters tho
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TheToad
( 7.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 19
You pretty much have to save the world by going around playing a "card game" with a lot of people, animals, magical girls, gods, etc.

Luckily the roll of the dice doesn't feel quite as important as it does in 100% Orange Juice, but you will still get frustrated because of all the rng (= Marc missing 3 attacks in a row). Then again, if you have played 100% Orange Juice then this is something you should be used to by now.

In short: Each turn you roll a dice to decide how many SP (Super Points? Special Points?) you get, and then use those points to perform various attacks and buffs. There is no walking around, and you just jump from fight to fight. You can also buy, sell and mix together various cards.

This game feels like a "less good" version of Pokemon, but I still enjoyed it while it lasted. However, I'm sure the game can get boring pretty fast for a lot of people.

To summarize, I recommend this game if you:
- Enjoy 100% Orange Juice, or any of the other Fruitbat Factory games, since it's fun to see all the different characters interact with each other.
- Like Pokemon, and just want a "worse" version for the PC.
- Don't mind losing because of bad rng.
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lol
( 15.7 hrs on record )
Posted: May 19
At first glance it is a nice game. But in the long run its getting boring and boring... No plot, no strategy, no fun. I really don't recommend it as a first OJ game. However if you are an insider, you may found it exciting. The biggest advantage are low requirements, so you can play it with old machines (I'm going to test it at my old, Windows '95 PC).

I hate writing bad reviews of gifted games but I can't recommend it.
(Thank you opexs)
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TheHeroOfTimeAndSpace
( 5.7 hrs on record )
Posted: May 19
33% Pokémon Blue + 33% Pokémon Red + 34% Pokémon Yellow + 100% Orange Juice = 200% Mixed Juice
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[MT16] Bobo2217
( 6.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 17
its a game about playing rock paper scissors basically its pretty fun
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
15.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 25
I would only buy this if you are a fan of the characters. The game doesn't really have all the much to it but the banter is amusing. I feel like I got my money's worth but it's definitely not for everyone.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
6.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 10
It's rock paper scissors + rpg... with ORANGE JUICE CHARACTERS
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 28
Very, very, goofy. Fairly hilarious.

Good music, pretty good plot if you've played other Orange Juice games, and a good battle system.

Give it a try, it's definitely worth.
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
53 of 59 people (90%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
44.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 28, 2015
A very fun RPG, with some collectable card game/Pokemon-esque elements. Specifically, while a few characters join you as you progress through the game, you mostly acquire new characters through in-game lottery machine, and later you can also combine characters with each other or “item” cards to create characters not available otherwise.

Battle are turn-based with both characters acting simultaneously, though different kinds of actions take place in different order, often resulting in one of characters acting before other. Aside from RPG stats, effectiveness of characters’ attacks is also affected by Rock-Paper-Scissors advantage/disadvantage system – characters and attacks are even marked accordingly!

The main story is short, but fun in a humorous way. And if you enjoy collecting, earning money to “Catch ‘Em All” will add quite the few hours to the gameplay! 200% Mixed Juice also has competitive multiplayer that would put your best characters to the test, and depending on how much you enjoy it, it will give you from several to many hours of fun!
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36 of 43 people (84%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
Recommended
14.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 9, 2015
Put a Pokemon cartridge into a mixer with some Orange Juice and you get this, a hilarious card-based RPG.

Pros:
-an even higher roster of characters from OJ
-unique battle mechanics
-you get a DLC character for the main game
-you can mix cards to get better(and/or crazy)ones
-netplay
-chibis
-with a bit of effort, you can get all achievements within 12 hours. if you are lucky, maybe less.
-interesting story that unveils the mystery of the Mix Phenomenon
-catchy music

Cons:
-kinda short in duration
-you may need to farm XP in order to properly get even with the final boss.

My rating: 8.9/10, would recommend and make you recommend it
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30 of 38 people (79%) found this review helpful
Recommended
10.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 24, 2015
I am a big fan of Orange_Juice. I played this game on release day for several hours. It exceeded my expectations.

As a warning: If you are familiar with any of the Orange_Juice characters before playing this, you will get much more enjoyment out of the game. Be it from 100% Orange Juice or any of the other games they made.

Regardless, it's a solid Pokemon-esque battle game with silly dialogue. If you enjoy a bit of Rock Paper Scissors combat strategy, funny dialogue, and ESPECIALLY if you have played other Orange_Juice games, you will enjoy this.

It also has Multiplayer, so you can challenge your friends with your team.

I would definitely recommend it to anyone who greatly enjoyed 100% Orange Juice, but I'd also recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Pokemon-style battles. For the price it is definitely worth it if you enjoy Rock/Paper/Scissors RPG combat.
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98 of 160 people (61%) found this review helpful
20 people found this review funny
Recommended
9.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 23, 2015
Playing this made me smile
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38 of 57 people (67%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
13.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 23, 2015
Indie GAGA Review
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Overview

I must mention first of all that this game primarily serves as a fan service to people who have played other OrangeJuice titles. This is a JRPG with strong visual novel elements. Our first introduction to the characters in this was from 100% Orange Juice (a virtual board game) which was a little confusing if you think of it like playing Mario Party alone. You see, the Japanese were introduced to the characters through OrangeJuice's bullet hell games, so they already knew who many of the characters were. You might think of this as unimportant, but really, you will be lost when playing this if you haven't played any of the other OrangeJuice titles.

Dialogue is childish, and so is the humour, so don't expect anything serious. Battles are fought with a perspective highly similar to Pokémon. Like 100% Orange Juice, you work with cards. You can collect an endless number of cards, but you can choose three to fight with. Each card is a character with its own attacks. (There are item cards, but these come into gameplay later on.) You can choose from rock, paper and scissors, and these will determine your strength and defence. If you find yourself at a disadvantage you can switch cards. Attacks have different SP costs, which you gain through dice rolls at the start of turns. Battles are fun, but grinding isn't.

Honestly, the story is a bit half-♥♥♥♥♥ and corny, but when you consider the game as fan service and not taking itself seriously, it's forgivable. I wouldn't recommend it to those unfamiliar with the franchises. The developers tried hard to give the game a retro look, similar to 16-bit games, and they did a good job. In my experience it screws the screen up in full-screen mode, so I played windowed. I hope the devs fix this. Music is mostly sub-par, with some nice tracks. I can't judge the online mode yet, but I'll update the review when I can.


Ratings

CategoryScoreExplanation
Gameplay7/10It's easy to learn, perhaps too easy though. Those familiar with Pokémon should like the battle system. Sadly, you'll have to grind a lot. Card collection is fun, but cards are unbalanced. You can skip through cutscenes. Online play is a nice addition that I'll add to the review.
Story4.5/10The script might be annoying to those who prefer serious JRPGs. However, the humour is light-hearted with memes included every so often and fourth wall breaking.
Graphics4.5/10Art is of good quality, but all frames are static. The game is a cheap purchase, though. Backgrounds are a little too pixelated. Full-screen problems need fixing.
Sound6/10Along with the graphics, the music has a retro quality, being chiptune. Most of the music is very average, but some of the boss themes are great.


Final Verdict

6/10
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27 of 40 people (68%) found this review helpful
22 people found this review funny
Recommended
6.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 23, 2015
Great. Another game in which you get beaten the dice outta you by THE seagull.
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