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Cutey Dummy

by WarpZone



Cutey Dummy - Act 1: The Abduction of Kiyone!
WarpZone takes the cast of Tenchi Muyo and tosses them into a BIZARRE parody of the Cutey Honey series. Will Mihoshi rescue her partner Kiyone? Will she remember where she parked the ship? Will we get to see her jugglies during the transformation sequence? (Considering what this guy's done in the past, we just MIGHT...)
Cutey Dummy - Act 1: The Abduction of Kiyone!

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File: kamiqtd1.exe. Size: 1411k. Viewer: v1.0
This is a self-extracting Windows zip file. Put into the Kamishibai directory and run.
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Cutey Dummy Act 2: Battle Against Ryoko
Mihoshi faces off against the dread space pirate Ryoko! Will she transform into useful costumes? Will she save Kiyone from Ryoko's clutches? Only YOU can decide! Contains a desperate plea for email on behalf of the author!
Cutey Dummy Act 2: Battle Against Ryoko
"Wakey wakey, little toy doll..."

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File: kamiqtd2.exe. Size: 1184k. Viewer: v1.0
This is a self-extracting Windows zip file. Put into the Kamishibai directory and run.
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Cutey Dummy Act 3: Ryoko Resolution
Mihoshi has been captured by the evil space pirate! Will Ryoko unlock the secret of her transformation ability? Can Mihoshi escape and save the day, despite all odds? Find out! WARNING! Contains nakedness and hentai jokes! (It just kinda happened...)
Cutey Dummy Act 3: Ryoko Resolution
"Hey, wait... something's wrong here..."

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File: kamiqtd3.exe. Size: 1402k. Viewer: v1.0
This is a self-extracting Windows zip file. Put into the Kamishibai directory and run.
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