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Monday, March 06, 2006
In Kutar End Roll, the objective is to ride your bike and gain television audience ratings while avoiding mines along the way. Fortunately for us who don't understand Japanese, the subtitles are nothing more than a minor distraction.

It's quite obvious that this game is a nod to the Kamen Rider series, where similarities include the bike and scarf. The game may be entertaining for a few minutes but Igadevil's web site provides a wealth of information about the Kamen Rider legacy.

Giga-Rensya downloads can be found on this page, while their flash games can be accessed by clicking here.

Name: Kutar End Roll
Developer: Giga-Rensya
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 1MB