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Wednesday, May 03, 2006
Friction is a collection of four mini-games by Hizoka.T.Ohkubo made in the style of WarioWare releases for the Game Boy Advance.

The first stage involves increasing the temperature shown by the thermometer without the nurse noticing you. Move the mouse in a circular motion quickly when she is looking away. A beating will ensue if she catches the patient coughing.

Your task in the next stage is to erase scribbles off a paper. In the third mini-game, sheeps are attempting to escape to the meadow and it's up to you to turn them into food by activating the attack area.

In the final stage, you're presented with a length of paper to unroll by using the same technique applied previously.

Name: Friction
Developer: Hizoka.T.Ohkubo
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 1MB