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Video Game / I'd Cross the World for You

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Follow the story of Kiki, a recently graduated college student. Her goal is simple, but important: to meet her online friend Kenta. After her graduation ceremony, she literally runs off in the direction of Kenta’s home! Although meeting him is her top priority, there are people out there who are in need. Kiki being Kiki, she cannot help but drop everything and lend a helping hand to those she meets along the way. Is there a chance her kindness will be rewarded?

I'd Cross the World for You is an Urban Fantasy adventure RPG by PKLpikachu that was developed on RPG Maker 2003 as an entry for Indie Game Maker Contest 2017. The game was released to the public on November 2017 and can be freely downloaded here.

Tropes in I'd Cross the World for You:

  • An Ice Person: Yuki can instantly freeze water just by touching it.
  • Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl: Kenta and Kiki are revealed to have this dynamic in the last flashback.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Kiki helps everyone that she comes across on her journey without hesitation.
  • Creator Couple: In-Universe: DJ and Azzy are this.
  • Creepy Cemetery: Where Kiki meets Marta and her friends.
  • Description Cut: During the opening cutscene:
    Dad: Well, her graduating has proven she's grown into a mature, sensible young lady. I'm sure she'll be fine on her own.
    Kiki: I NEED AN ADULT!
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  • Fake Band: DJ and Azzy's two-person band: Lollipop Paint.
  • Genki Girl: Kiki. Her Establishing Character Moment was literally running off immediately after her graduation ceremony to meet her friend Kenta.
  • Green Hill Zone: The forest that Kiki meets Ash and Coal in.
  • Kraken and Leviathan: Kiki and the pirates face off against a Kraken while out at sea. They have to defeat its tentacles before defeating the actual creature.
  • Life Embellished: The game is said to be "very loosely based on a true story".
  • Little Bit Beastly: Marta, Yuki, and Gensou are part fox, rabbit, and dragon, respectively.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Gensou is a half-human half-dragon that can breathe fire. His firepower comes from eating flint.
  • The Phoenix: Coal, Ash's companion. A rainstorm caused him to get sick.
  • A Pirate 400 Years Too Late: Captain Bitman and his crew are this.
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  • Robot Girl: Dusk is a cyborg who can shrink herself.
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: Kiki is the Genki Girl while Kenta is down to earth and cares about Kiki's well-being.
  • Stealth Sequel: Revealed with Captain Bitman's Wham Line after the Kraken battle:
    Bitman: Ever heard of a place called "Percivus"?
  • Super Speed: Kiki has proven to be a fast runner in the opening cutscene, but Marta and her friends' magic grants her the power to be even faster. She can only run that fast for a few seconds at time, however.


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