Thursday, September 30, 2010

E-mail problems

Hi gang!

It has come to our attention there have been some problems with our gmail account with people not getting replies back from us. Strangely enough, this seems to mainly be a problem with other gmail accounts e-mailing us.

If you have tried to e-mail us or order our games, but have never received a reply back from us, please try our back-up e-mail address while we figure out the root of the problem.

Our back-up e-mail address is gachimuchikun[at]gmx.com

Someone from Team Gachi Muchi Kun should always get back to you within 24 hours.

Our apologies to anyone who has been affected by this.

Thank you everyone for your support!

- Team Gachi Muchi Kun

Monday, September 27, 2010

Pre-Orders are shipped out!

Hi everyone!

Gachi Muchi Kun here.

Just wanted to let everyone know that all paid pre-orders have been shipped out, and you should have received an e-mail.

If you have not, please contact us so we can check on your order.

Thank you everyone who pre-ordered the game, and everyone who has sent us feedback. We greatly appreciate it :3

Thanks again everyone for your supporting us in our effort to make Bara games!

- Team Gachi Muchi Kun

Shipping Updates

Hi everyone!

We are about 70% through shipping out pre-orders.

Sorry for the delay. The biggest bottleneck right is just the time it takes to upload these to the server. We hope to have everyone's copy out before Midnight.

We hope everyone who does have their copy is enjoying Oni's Dice :3

This is a new kind of game for Team Gachi Muchi Kun, and we're not sure if this is the type of game you the customers would like to play or not.

Thanks again everyone for your support \(^o^)/

We will now go back to uploading your games.

- Team Gachi Muchi Kun

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Oni's Dice is Finished



Hi Everyone!

Gachi Muchi Kun here!

We're about 5.5 hours behind schedule, but we are finished and the compiling/uploading has begun!

We are sorry for the delay, but we wanted to make sure everything was ready orz

Thank you everyone for your support!

- Team Gachi Muchi Kun

Last day for pre-order bonus



Hi everyone!

Gachi Muchi Kun here!

We are in the home stretch here!

Games are on schedule to be finished late tonight, and then start being uploaded and sent out after Midnight. People in Europe and people that have pre-ordered in the last few days, you will probably not see your copy until Saturday.

Just a reminder, that today is the last today to pre-order and pay in order to get the Durk bonus outfit. Please be aware that if you pre-order, but have not paid by the end of the today the 24th, you will not be eligible for the pre-order bonus outfit.

We're also including a peek at Durk's final outfit. His Leather Daddy outfit.
Why ever could Durk be wearing such an outfit :X
This is definitely not the Durk we know.

Oni's Dice is for Windows PC or Mac/Linux systems running a Windows emulator like Wine (Though we ask that you try our demos to ensure compatibility with your emulator)

If you interested in pre-ordering Oni's Die or ordering Meat Log Mountain, instructions are simple:

E-mail gachimuchichan[at]gmail.com

1.) Which game you would like to purchase (Meat Log Mountain or Oni's Dice)
2.) Your full legal name
3.) Your paypal e-mail address (if you would like the game sent to a different e-mail address, please specify that here as well. We ship to your paypal e-mail address by default)
4.) FA/Y!Gallery name (if applicable)
5.) Please copy and paste the following filled out

"I, (insert your full legal name here), certify that I am over 18 years of
age or of legal age in my community; and it's legal for me view this
material in my community or jurisdiction. I agree that I wish to
view this game and material, and this material is for my own private enjoyment, and will not be shown or displayed to minors. Furthermore, I agree not to hold the
creators of this game legally liable for any problems that may arise with
use of this game."

We will send you payment instructions upon receipt of your e-mail. Game is $5 USD. If you're interested in ordering Meat Log Mountain, that game is $15 USD, and ordering instructions are same as above.

Thanks as always for your interest in our games!
Thank you very much to everyone who has pre-ordered Oni's Dice \(^o^)/
- Team Gachi Muchi Kun

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Pre-Order Bonus Barbarian Durk Costume



Hi everyone!
Gachi Muchi Kun here!

Sorry I'm a day late posting this, but everyone is hard at work putting the final polish on Oni's Dice. Thank you everyone who has pre-ordered our game \(^o^)/

As I promised the other day, here is a sneak peak at our pre-order bonus costume, Durk's Barbarian outfit. A little bit of fan service for all the Durk lovers out there. Why should straight guys get all the fun with their bonus costumes (^^;

This bonus is only available to those who pre-order and pay for the game by September 24th. We will honor E-Checks that are sent to us by the 24th, but clear afterwards, for eligibility for pre-order bonus.

Oni's Dice is for Windows PC or Mac/Linux systems running a Windows emulator like Wine (Though we ask that you try our demos to ensure compatibility with your emulator)

If you interested in pre-ordering Oni's Die or ordering Meat Log Mountain, instructions are simple:

E-mail gachimuchichan[at]gmail.com

1.) Which game you would like to purchase (Meat Log Mountain or Oni's Dice)
2.) Your full legal name
3.) Your paypal e-mail address (if you would like the game sent to a different e-mail address, please specify that here as well. We ship to your paypal e-mail address by default)
4.) FA/Y!Gallery name (if applicable)
5.) Please copy and paste the following filled out

"I, (insert your full legal name here), certify that I am over 18 years of
age or of legal age in my community; and it's legal for me view this
material in my community or jurisdiction. I agree that I wish to
view this game and material, and this material is for my own private enjoyment, and will not be shown or displayed to minors. Furthermore, I agree not to hold the
creators of this game legally liable for any problems that may arise with
use of this game."

We will send you payment instructions upon receipt of your e-mail. Game is $5 USD. If you're interested in ordering Meat Log Mountain, that game is $15 USD, and ordering instructions are same as above.

Thanks as always for your interest in our games \(^o^)/
- Team Gachi Muchi Kun

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Screen Shot Update


Hi Everyone!
Gachi Muchi Kun here!

Everyone at Team Gachi Muchi Kun is hard at work down the final stretch before we release Oni's Dice.

We've tinkered and made some changes based on user feedback. There is a now a "short game" mode that lets you play to 50 points instead of a 100 points for shorter games.
Thank you everyone for your feedback :3

We wanted to post some more screen shots from the game and give you a look at one of the other costumes in the game.

Here we can see Durk wearing his casual outfit. Shorts, t-shirt and flip-flops. Poor Durk, no matter what he wear it seems that big orc cock can't be concealed easily <3
We also have a shot from our Durk Clothes Changing Room. You can choose what outfit you want Durk to wear.

And finally we have a screen shot from our introduction. Looks like someone one familiar also shows up to say hello.

We would also like to announce a special bonus. Everyone that sends us a paid pre-order before launch will receive a bonus out. Durk's Barbarian outfit :3 A little extra fan service to thank everyone that pre-orders and pays for the game. Please be aware that this bonus outfit will not be included in the regular game, and is only open to people that have a paid pre-order before this Friday. Please be advised that if you pre-order the game, but do not pay for it before the launch date you will not receive the bonus outfit.

We should have a screen shot of Durk's Barbarian outfit to show you tomorrow :3
Oni's Dice is $5 and is available for pre-order now. Game is scheduled to begin shipping this Friday the 24th. Oni's Dice is for Windows PC (Though the game will run under Wine on Mac/Linux systems. We recommend you try the demo first to make sure it will run on your Max/Linux system first)

If you're interested in pre-ordering Oni's Dice or ordering Meat Log Mountain, you can do so by filling out the following and sending it to:

gachimuchichan[at]gmail.com

1.) Which game you would like to purchase (Meat Log Mountain or Oni's Dice)
2.) Your full legal name
3.) Your paypal e-mail address (if you would like the game sent to a different e-mail address, please specify that here as well. We ship to your paypal e-mail address by default)
4.) FA/Y!Gallery name (if applicable)
5.) Please copy and paste the following filled out

"I, (insert your full legal name here), certify that I am over 18 years of
age or of legal age in my community; and it's legal for me view this
material in my community or jurisdiction. I agree that I wish to
view this game and material, and this material is for my own private enjoyment, and will not be shown or displayed to minors. Furthermore, I agree not to hold the
creators of this game legally liable for any problems that may arise with
use of this game."

We will send you payment instructions upon receipt of your e-mail. Game is $5 USD. If you're interested in ordering Meat Log Mountain, that game is $15 USD, and ordering instructions are same as above.

Thanks as always for your interest in our games \(^o^)/
- Team Gachi Muchi Kun

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Oni's Dice Demo


Hi Everyone!
Gachi Muchi Kun here.
Today we are bringing you a small demo of our new game, Oni's Dice.
This is just a small taste of the full game. You'll be able to get Durk out of some of his pesky clothes if you're skilled enough.

Please be advised that we are still polishing up graphics, and not all the graphics in this demo are final graphics. Also a lot of features have been disabled including the amount of dialog that Doctor Cub and Durk speak, and the types of cards you're given are smaller than what's in the final game.

Speaking of cards! I'll give you a quick rundown of the 4 cards included with this demo.

The first two cards you playing during your second and third round of the game.
They are the "Drunken Dwarf" and the "Horny Orc" card.
They both modify your roll that turn. Drunken Dwarf gives you plus one to your roll, and the Horny Orc gives you plus two.

The final two cards can be played during the Oni die round.
They are "Spear of Meatorion" and "Oni's Taiko" card.
Spear of Meatorion will take your opponent down one level on his Oni die roll, and Oni's Taiko will let you re-roll your Oni die. Both are very helpful cards.

Our demo can be downloaded at: http://www.multiupload.com/L7GWECTORJ

We are hard at work finishing up the graphics and implementing all the extra features, but the game is still on track for it's launch next week!
We know it's a bit different from Meat Log Mountain, but we wanted to try making a more laid back, casual game. We hope you like it m(-_-)m

Oni's Dice is $5 USD and can be pre-ordered now. Pre-ordering the game will get you a bonus card that will not be available afterwards.

For those of you interested in pre-ordering, the instructions are as follows:

Send an e-mail to gachimuchichan[at]gmail.com, containing the following information:

1.) Which game you would like to purchase (Meat Log Mountain or Oni's Dice)
2.) Your full legal name
3.) Your paypal e-mail address (if you would like the game sent to a different e-mail address, please specify that here as well. We ship to your paypal e-mail address by default)
4.) FA/Y!Gallery name (if applicable)
5.) Please copy and paste the following filled out

"I, (insert your full legal name here), certify that I am over 18 years of
age or of legal age in my community; and it's legal for me view this
material in my community or jurisdiction. I agree that I wish to
view this game and material, and this material is for my own private enjoyment, and will not be shown or displayed to minors. Furthermore, I agree not to hold the
creators of this game legally liable for any problems that may arise with
use of this game."

We will send you payment instructions upon receipt of your e-mail. Game is $5 USD. If you're interested in ordering Meat Log Mountain, that game is $15 USD, and ordering instructions are same as above.

Thanks as always for your interest in our games \(^o^)/

- Team Gachi Muchi Kun

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Meat Log Mountain History and Folklore: Oni's Dice



Hi everybody!
Gachi Muchi Kun here!

This installment of Meat Log Mountain History and Folklore we talk about a popular game in Meat Log Mountain:

Oni's Dice

A popular dice and card game played in Meat Log Mountain is called Oni's Dice. It's been played for decades in the small town. Legend goes that the original game was brought to Meat Log Mountain back in the beginning of the 1900's by Onimizu, the proprietor of the Meat Log Mountain Onsen. Legend has it that the game was invented back at his family's onsen in Onijima. The game quickly spread in popularity throughout the town, starting with the onsen and quickly spreading to the local bar. Why it was said that lumberjacks were playing it in their bunkhouses even.

It became a common sight to see the men of the village rolling dice and playing their Horny Orc cards with vigor. More than a few fights and grudges broke out over games of Oni's Dice. Even so, the popularity of the game could not be contain, and it was quite the local phenomenon. It's still played today at the local bar and restaurant, or wherever you find big, burly males gathered.

Though they say Onimizu himself was the greatest Oni's Dice player of them all. He would love staying up late into the night at his onsen playing Oni's Dice with tourists. The local men cheering on their beloved Onimizu as he took many a city slicker and tourist for a ride, and strip them bare of clothes and pride. Legend has it that Onimizu never lost a single game of Oni's Dice ever. His perfect record still holds to this day.

Oni's Dice is played with 4 dices and a small pack of cards between two players. Three of the dice are standard six-sided dice. The fourth die is called the Oni die. It is four-sided and contains a picture on each side. The four sides are as follows: Dwarf, Orc, Beast-Man and Oni. Each creature represented a multiplier.

The basic rules are quite simple, and have helped to spread the popularity in Meat Log Mountain. The game is played as such. The first player rolls a six-sided die followed by the opposing player. This continues with each player adding up their score for all 3 of their turns.
Upon completion of each player's 3 rolls the Oni die round begins. Whatever the individual score is up until that point is then multiplied by the player's Oni die roll.
The multiplier goes as follows:

Dwarf = 1x
Orc = 2x
Beast-Man = 3x
Oni = 4x

For example:

Let's say player one has rolled a 3, 4 and 2 in his first three rolls for a total of 9 points. He then rolls the Oni die and rolls an Orc. His 9 becomes 18 points.

The Oni die roll is the most important turn in the game and players take turns being the first one to roll the Oni die. You can change the fate of the game quite quickly depending on whether you roll a Dwarf or an Oni. But be aware even a good roll of the Oni die can not save your hand if you've rolled badly up until that point.

But that is not all there is to the game. There are two sets of cards that are played during the game. One set affects the regular dice rolls, and the other set affects the Oni's die roll.

For instance, the "Drunken Dwarf" card will give you +1 to your next dice roll. While a "Spear of Meatorion" card will allow you to take your opponent down one roll on his Oni die roll. So his roll of the Oni would become the Beast-Man and his multiplier would go down from 4x to 3x.

These cards allows the players to change the course of a game quite quickly, and help to add to the fun and competitive atmosphere of playing Oni's Dice. Just remember, each time you use a card, it goes to your opponents deck and vice versa.

Now you may be thinking, "Say, Gachi Muchi Kun, that's all fine and dandy, but how does a fella win Oni's Dice?" Simple! You win the game win your opponent is naked.

Oni's Dice is meant to be a bit naughty like an oni. And since there are no women in Meat Log Mountain, the men have taken to playing the game for bragging rights at the bar or the bunkhouse. Just think how right embarrassed a lumberjack would be sitting naked in front of all his friends at the bar or bunkhouse as they gather around his naked body. No clothes to cover him up and everyone staring at him. Quite embarrassing I'd say.

Now most people size up their opponent not only by their Oni's Dice playing skills, but also the amount of clothes they're wearing. Why some varmints even intentionally wear extra clothes in order to make it harder to lose.

You may notice that this installment of Meat Log Mountain History and Folklore doesn't have drawings, but screenshots of Dr. Cub and Durk playing Oni's Dice. That leads us to our next topic...

Team Gachi Muchi Kun is proud to announce Oni's Dice - Durk Edition. A chance to play as Dr. Cub against Durk in Oni's Dice. You'll be able to try out Oni's Dice for yourself as you take on Durk at the local bar. Plenty of game play and fun lite trash talking between Thaddeus and Durk (Well as close to trash talking as Durk can get).

Durk comes with three different outfits you can strip him out of, including his original full suit from Meat Log Mountain (Which is what we're showing here). You can also take time out during the game to ogle Durk's various states of undress while you play. Well you can if you're able to beat him. We hear he's a pretty mean Oni's Dice player :3

And the best part is, it's only $5 USD. It's a perfect and fun way to kill time while surfing the internet or talking with your friends on-line, and not breaking your piggy bank either.

Pre-orders open up tonight, and the game will ship in two weeks on Friday, the 24th of September with pre-orders going out first. We may finish before, but we want to give ourselves some extra time to do extra polish and testing if need be. In the event we do finish before Friday the 24th we will ship beforehand.

We are still finishing up graphics and tightening AI. So the graphics you see here are not the final graphics polished graphics. We'll be providing updates as as we go so you can get a better look at the finished graphics.

If you are interested in pre-ordering Oni's Dice - Durk Edition please follow the following instructions:

Send an e-mail to gachimuchichan[at]gmail.com, containing the following information:

1.) Which game you would like to purchase (Meat Log Mountain or Oni's Dice)
2.) Your full legal name
3.) Your paypal e-mail address (if you would like the game sent to a different e-mail address, please specify that here as well. We ship to your paypal e-mail address by default)
4.) FA/Y!Gallery name (if applicable)
5.) Please copy and paste the following filled out

"I, (insert your full legal name here), certify that I am over 18 years of
age or of legal age in my community; and it's legal for me view this
material in my community or jurisdiction. I agree that I wish to
view this game and material, and this material is for my own private enjoyment, and will not be shown or displayed to minors. Furthermore, I agree not to hold the
creators of this game legally liable for any problems that may arise with
use of this game."

We will send you payment instructions upon receipt of your e-mail. Game is $5 USD. If you're interested in ordering Meat Log Mountain, that game is $15 USD, and ordering instructions are same as above.

Thanks again to all of you for your support!
We are grateful to everyone who has bought Meat Log Mountain, and supported our efforts to bring these games to you m(-_-)m

We hope to continue bringing you more games in the future. And if this game does well, we will make more versions of Oni's Dice with different characters to play against.

- Team Gachi Muchi Kun

Friday, September 3, 2010

Meat Log Mountain History and Folklore: Meat Log Mountain Onsen





Hi everyone!
Gachi Muchi Kun here. I'm back with another installment of History and Folklore of Meat Log Mountain.

Today we're going to focus on a part of the town you may have noticed from the intro if you played Meat Log Mountain 1. I'm talking about Meat Log Mountain onsen.

Tuck away north of the main part of town is the famous Meat Log Mountain onsen. It was created back around the turn of the last century by an adventurous demon from Japan named Onimizu.

You see, besides the massive trees that grow on Meat Log Mountain there are other natural resources the area has been blessed with. One of them is one of the richest sources of mineral laden water in the country. You see many centuries ago there was a lot of volcanic activity around the area that is Meat Log Mountain. This contributed to the mineral rich soil found there today. That along with the Mountain Goddess that protects Meat Log Mountain lands. This ancient volcanic activity formed vast pocket of mineral rich water under the ground and eventually started to bubble up.

Back at the beginning of the 1900's the water started to bubble up from the ground. Word began to spread about the hot springs all across the country. Which was quite fortunate for a young oni that had just landed on the shores of America from Japan.

Onimizu had just arrived in America from the island of Onijima from the south of Japan. He was in his mid 20's, quite young for a Japanese demon. He had set out from his home in order to prove himself like most young men of those days. The Meiji era was in full swing, and Japan had opened itself back up to the world. Young Onimizu was ready to try his luck and fortune in the brave new world that was America. Onimizu arrived in San Francisco by boat from Yokohama. He wandered aimlessly into Japantown and found the enclave of Japanese immigrants welcoming. He tried his hand at odds and ends, but could never seem to find the right fit. It didn't help that he was quite short. While most demons are quite imposing, Onimizu was quite short. He only stood about 5'5, and was often the brunt of jokes back in Onijima. It never stopped him, and if anything made him fight harder to get his piece of the pie.

It wasn't log before he started to hear tales about Meat Log Mountain. Many young men were heading North to try their luck, but what really caught the young oni's attention was the news about the bubbling hot springs that were found North of the small town. For you see, Onimizu was no stranger to hot springs. His family had run the biggest onsen on the entire island of Onijima. Onijima was quite famous for the quantity of its hot spring sources, and the Onimizu clan was quite famous for the quality of its onsen.

Onimizu headed North by train. A young demon full of hopes and dreams and a pocket of money. He arrived in Meat Log Mountain that Spring. The oni was quite taken aback by the quality of the hot spring source he found, and with a clap of his hands and a might cry of "Yoshi!" he purchased the plot of land. Work was long, hard and thankless as he built the onsen. He wrote to his family back in Japan and they agreed to send him money and lumber from the island. Onimizu worked and tended the area, and slowly his onsen took shape. After almost 2 years of hard work the onsen finally opened.

Then men of the town were quite excited by the new onsen. Unfortunately for Onimizu, most of them had never been to an onsen before and their brutish ways irked his sensibilities. But he slowly learned to take it in stride as his onsen became the hit of the town. Men would come in after work and on the weekends to bathe and then sit in the hot spring pools for hours, soaking and chatting with their friends. Onimizu always grinning and doing his best to be of service as the thick, burly men would roughhouse around. Watching as their massive, naked, muscular bodies would splash around and smack against each other.

Onimizu enjoyed his new found fortune, and enjoyed being one of the centerpieces of the town of Meat Log Mountain. As the 1900's roared on, the world went to war. As an oni, a demon of Japanese descent, he caught got up in the hysteria of the world. He was interned with other Japanese immigrants in internment camp. Not much is known about what happened to Onimizu during that time. Some say he met a beautiful Japanese woman there, and feel in love. Since he was an oni, and she a human, her parents who were also interned there strongly disapproved. When he was released after the war he returned back to his home in Meat Log Mountain. Unfortunately the onsen was in great disrepair.

Onimizu knew what it meant to work hard and under adversity. He clapped his thick, calloused hands and let out a might cry of "Yoshi", and started to fix up the onsen. It was much smaller than before, and some say the newer onsen reflected his feelings from being interned. Slowly the men came back, but not like they did before. As the 1960's and 70's saw the rise of Post-War Japan, and a stream of new Japanese tourists that came to visit America. Onimizu was able to capitalize on this, and many tourists came to visit his onsen. He enjoyed the chance once more to speak his mother tongue and pour a glass of sake or his family's own store of awamori and drink with his countrymen.

But yet again, fortune was not to favor him. One night while cleaning up the locker room he overheard a conversation from the onsen pool. Two older Japanese tourists were discussing Onimizu. Going on about sorry they felt for him, how Americanized he had become. How his onsen paled in comparison to his family's onsen back in Onijima. The two businessmen laughed at his poor fate as Onimizu felt tears stream down his face as he nearly broke the mop he clutched in his hands. He knew he could never go back to Japan and Onijima. He was a failure. And the words of his countrymen hit him like a blow to the chest.

Shortly thereafter Onimizu became more bitter and surly. He found himself in limbo, too American to ever be considered Japanese by his own people, but still not quite an American. He tended to his onsen as Meat Log Mountain became a trendy men's only tourist spot in the late 1970's.

The 1980's found Onimizu chugging away with a heavy heart. He was close to a 100 years old, but still not that old for his kind. The tourists were getting fewer and farther between, most of them lured by the new resort that had been built by an industrial conglomerate. Onimizu persevered on until the end of the 1980's when the same industrial conglomerate bought most of the town for tourist development. Onimizu lost his onsen, and it seemed without his onsen he could persevere no longer. It was said he died by the beginning of the 1990's, still in his demonic middle age. The loss of his onsen was too much to bare.

The irony was that in the middle of the 90's, the company that owned most of the town went bankrupt and sold it to a lumber company that formed the Meat Log Mountain we know and love today. A new more open and modern onsen was built with a large outdoor bathing area and pool that forms the shape of an upside down 'U'. That's the same one you see on your map when you start up Meat Log Mountain.

The drawing today depicts Onimizu standing in front of Meat Log Mountain Onsen not long after its grand opening. And another picture from its prime when it was full of burly, rowdy patrons with a happy Onimizu to serve them.

If you're interested in playing Meat Log Mountain and would like to get a copy for yourself, ordering is simple.

Just send an e-mail to GachiMuchiChan[at]gmail.com!

Please include the following:
1.) Your full real name
2.) Your paypal e-mail address (if you want the game sent to a different e-
mail address, please note that, too)
3.) Your FA/Y!Gallery name (if applicable)
4.) Fill out the below with your full legal name:

"I, (insert your full legal name here), certify that I am over 18 years of
age, or of legal age in my community; and it's legal for me view this
material in my community or jurisdiction. I agree that I wish to
view this game and material, and this material is for my own private enjoyment, and will not be shown or displayed to minors. Furthermore, I agree not to hold the
creators of this game legally liable for any problems that may arise with
use of this game."

After we receive your information we will send you payment instructions to pay via Paypal. Meat Log Mountain is $15 USD, and is PC Windows Compatible.

Thank you everyone very much for your support!

And stay tuned for more about the World of Meat Log Mountain and more news from Team Gachi Muchi Kun!