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''100% Orange Juice'' is a virtual boardgame developed by the doujin group Orange_Juice in 2009, to celebrate their 5th anniversary. It features characters from their previous titles such as ''VideoGame/{{SUGURI}},'' ''VideoGame/{{sora}}'', ''Flying Red Barrel'' and ''QP Shooting'' to create a crossover for their various games. It was localized by Fruitbat Factory and released on Steam and Desura.

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''100% Orange Juice'' is a virtual boardgame developed by the doujin group Orange_Juice in 2009, to celebrate their 5th anniversary. It features characters from their previous titles such as ''VideoGame/{{SUGURI}},'' ''VideoGame/{{sora}}'', ''Flying Red Barrel'' and ''QP Shooting'' ''VideoGame/QPShooting'' to create a crossover for their various games. It was localized by Fruitbat Factory and released on Steam and Desura.

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* MoneySpider: Bosses can become this when they [=KOed=] enough players and stolen a lot of their stars. When the bosses are at 1 HP, it becomes a free-for-all scramble to see who can kill the boss first, as whoever gets all the stolen stars from the boss gets a leg-up against the rest of the competition.


* LootBoxes: The game has its fair share of loot boxes which can be bought in the in-game store, and contain a wide variety of randomized cosmetics. Unlike most examples of the trope, they're not bought by {{Microtransactions}}, and are instead bought with in-game fruit you obtain by simply playing online matches and completing daily challenges.

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* LootBoxes: The game has its fair share of loot boxes which can be bought in the in-game store, and contain a wide variety of randomized cosmetics. Unlike most examples of the trope, they're not bought by with {{Microtransactions}}, and are instead bought with in-game fruit you can obtain by simply playing online matches and completing daily challenges.


* LootBox: The game has its fair share of loot boxes which can be bought in the in-game store, and contain a wide variety of randomized cosmetics. Unlike most examples of the trope, they're not bought by {{Microtransactions}}, and are instead bought with in-game fruit you obtain by simply playing online matches and completing daily challenges.

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* LootBox: LootBoxes: The game has its fair share of loot boxes which can be bought in the in-game store, and contain a wide variety of randomized cosmetics. Unlike most examples of the trope, they're not bought by {{Microtransactions}}, and are instead bought with in-game fruit you obtain by simply playing online matches and completing daily challenges.


* LootBox: The game has its fair share of loot boxes which can be bought in the in-game store, and contain a wide variety of randomized cosmetics. Unlike most examples of the trope, they're not bought by {{MicroTransactions}}, and are instead bought with in-game fruit you obtain by simply playing online matches and completing daily challenges.

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* LootBox: The game has its fair share of loot boxes which can be bought in the in-game store, and contain a wide variety of randomized cosmetics. Unlike most examples of the trope, they're not bought by {{MicroTransactions}}, {{Microtransactions}}, and are instead bought with in-game fruit you obtain by simply playing online matches and completing daily challenges.

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* LootBox: The game has its fair share of loot boxes which can be bought in the in-game store, and contain a wide variety of randomized cosmetics. Unlike most examples of the trope, they're not bought by {{MicroTransactions}}, and are instead bought with in-game fruit you obtain by simply playing online matches and completing daily challenges.


** Aru, Peat, Kyoko and Tsih have blue hair; Poppo has pink while Suguri and Yuki have silver; Nanako, Kiriko and Ceoreparque have purple hair, while Kyousuke, Nath and Star Breaker have light blue hair; and Miusaki has green.

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** Aru, Peat, Kyoko and Tsih have blue hair; Poppo has pink while Suguri and Yuki have silver; Nanako, Kiriko and Ceoreparque have purple hair, hair while Kyousuke, Nath and Star Breaker have light blue hair; and Miusaki and Iru has green.


''100% Orange Juice'' is a virtual boardgame developed by the doujin group Orange_Juice to celebrate their 5th anniversary. It features characters from their previous titles such as ''VideoGame/{{SUGURI}},'' ''VideoGame/{{sora}}'', ''Flying Red Barrel'' and ''QP Shooting'' to create a crossover for their various games. It was localized by Fruitbat Factory and released on Steam and Desura.

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''100% Orange Juice'' is a virtual boardgame developed by the doujin group Orange_Juice in 2009, to celebrate their 5th anniversary. It features characters from their previous titles such as ''VideoGame/{{SUGURI}},'' ''VideoGame/{{sora}}'', ''Flying Red Barrel'' and ''QP Shooting'' to create a crossover for their various games. It was localized by Fruitbat Factory and released on Steam and Desura.



Now has a sequel for Orange_Juice's 10th anniversary called ''200% Mixed Juice'', a RolePlayingGame adventure starring the characters introduced in ''100% Orange Juice''. A Kickstarter [[https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/215814918/fruitiest-orange-juice-plushies campaign]] was made in January of 2018 to raise funds to make a line of plushies, the goal was met within the first three days!

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Now has a sequel for Orange_Juice's 10th anniversary in 2014, called ''200% Mixed Juice'', a RolePlayingGame adventure starring the characters introduced in ''100% Orange Juice''. A Kickstarter [[https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/215814918/fruitiest-orange-juice-plushies campaign]] was made in January of 2018 to raise funds to make a line of plushies, the goal was met within the first three days!


** And now DLC characters are getting voiced too. As of now, they are Tequila, Tsih, Nanako, Syura, Saki, Kyousuke, Mei, Natsumi, Nico, Arthur, Krila, Kae, Alte, and Kyoko (Dangerous Yuki and Casual/Sweet Eater Tomomo don't quite count as they're the same character as their originals and thus have the same voices as them, same with the bonus characters (Mixed Poppo, Dangerous QP, Scramble Aru, Military Sora and Suguri Ver.2)).

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** And now DLC characters are getting voiced too. As of now, they are Tequila, Tsih, Nanako, Syura, Saki, Kyousuke, Mei, Natsumi, Nico, Arthur, Krila, Kae, Alte, Kyoko, Iru, and Kyoko Mira (Dangerous Yuki and Casual/Sweet Eater Tomomo don't quite count as they're the same character as their originals and thus have the same voices as them, same with the bonus characters (Mixed Poppo, Dangerous QP, Scramble Aru, Military Sora and Suguri Ver.2)).

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: The voiced characters have dialogue lines where they address you, the player, with quotes such as "I'm X, nice to meet you", "Thank you for choosing me", "Looks like you need my help", "I hope we have a good game together", among many others.

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* NoticeThis: A bar of azuki bean ice cream appears over Tomomo (Casual)'s sprite when she is holding a copy of her Hyper in her hand. This serves solely to tell the other three players to get rid of her as soon as possible, as a Tomomo (Casual) who survives her turn can become Tomomo (Sweet Eater).

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* MagikarpPower: Tomomo (Casual) is an extremely weak character, having only 4 HP and -1 in both ATK and DEF and +1 EVA. Her entire gameplay style revolves around fishing for her Hyper, "Miracle Red Bean Ice Cream", which cannot be used the same turn it is drawn and will be discarded if Tomomo is KO'd while the Hyper is in her hand. However, upon usage, Tomomo (Casual) becomes the almighty Tomomo (Sweet Eater), an extremely overpowered unit who boasts 6 HP and '''+3 ATK''', the highest boost of any non-modified character in the game. Going toe-to-toe with Tomomo (Sweet Eater) is very difficult due to her insane ATK stat, and getting the KO against her is the only way to knock her back to her weak Casual form.


* BoringButPractical: The card "Dash". Makes movement for that turn use 2 dice. Very simple, and ''very'' useful.

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The card "Dash". Makes movement for that turn use 2 dice. Very simple, and ''very'' useful.useful.
** Marc's Hyper, 16x Big Rocket, targets one player and deals damage to them equal to Marc's Level; if it scores a kill, Marc gets two Wins. It's a very straightforward Hyper on paper, but is extremely powerful due to its ability to scale up in effectiveness as the game progresses and relative ease of use compared to quirky Hypers that don't immediately benefit the character using it. It's also practically impossible to counter it as it works immediately on use and deals direct damage.

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* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: In 2019's Pigformation event, Marc is the only one unaffected by the Pigformation curse. This is reflected in gameplay, as Marc is the only character who doesn't have pig features forcefully plastered on her sprite if she is played in a match, and there is no pig accessory for her in the event shop.

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* BalefulPolymorph: The "Pigformation" event (made to celebrate 2019's Year of the Boar) involves the [[LittleBitBeastly entire cast except Marc gaining pig features like a snout and ears]] and generally becoming [[NotHimself not themselves]]. It's up to Marc to save her friends from the Pigformation by [[WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer beating them up in board game combat.]]

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