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Video Game / Tsuki's Odyssey

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Tsuki's Odyssey is a mobile game developed by RapBot Studios and released for early access by HyperBeard in April 2021, currently for Android users only. It utilizes similar characters and setting to those seen in Tsuki Adventure.

It also shares a similar premise with Tsuki Adventure, where Tsuki abandons his life in the city for a promising and peaceful adventure in Mushroom Village. As with the first game, the player cannot fully control what Tsuki does and where Tsuki goes. Instead, the game revolves around checking in on Tsuki and seeing what he does on his own, with the player's guidance.


Tsuki's Odyssey contains the following tropes:

  • Adaptational Jerkass: Most villagers get hit with this, with a notable difference from their original selves. This even includes Tsuki, who didn't receive many options for lengthy or pronounced dialogue in Adventure.
  • Crapsaccharine World: A somewhat more prominent example than the original game. Odyssey also features a cutesy world of animals living together in a village, but this time offers a much more mean-spirited take on their personalities.
  • Fishing Minigame: Tsuki can go fishing and it serves as a decent way of making money.
  • Flavor Text: Many items that Tsuki comes across will have their own descriptions. The first chair Tsuki can buy has the apt description, "You can sit on it."
  • Gotta Catch 'Em All: The gatchapon toys have returned as collectibles for any player.
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  • An Interior Designer Is You: At the very start of the game, Tsuki's house is robbed by Sly because Chi was sleeping during her "guard duty". Sly steals everything and leaves the thing entirely blank, forcing the player to decorate it on their own.
  • In-Universe Game Clock: The game's internal time follows the phone's clock.
  • Mr. Exposition: Chi serves as one during the tutorial. Although she complains about being forced to explain everything to Tsuki, Tsuki tries to point out that he didn't ask for help in the first place.
  • NPC Scheduling: Depending on the time, characters may be found in different places of the village.
  • Overworld Not to Scale: Tsuki can see an overworld map through his phone, which displays himself at his current location at nearly the size of a small house.
  • Relationship Values: Although currently there is no visible friendship meter, one does exist and the game keeps track. According to the developers on their official Discord, it was changed because in Adventure, the previous system prevented the developers from add more dialogue to the characters. In this new system, they can add much more dialogue to the characters.
  • Shout-Out: One of the diary entries shows Moca with a content smile on his face with a burning wreckage in the background, a reference to the Disaster Girl meme.
  • Suddenly SHOUTING!: Some characters will suddenly and loudly berate Tsuki for stuff, even if it wasn't his fault.
  • Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: As with Adventure, many characters have specific attributes to signify their gender.
  • World of Funny Animals: No humans are present in this world. Only animals are ever seen.
  • World of Jerkass: Many villagers are not the friendliest to Tsuki, with them often snarking or berating him for one thing or another. At the very least, Tsuki is given options to snark at them back.


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