Raising Ojipockle

Raising Ojipockle

One of the things that little girls enjoy a lot is to care for dolls. They treat them like babies, feed them, play with them, etc. Now little girls can do the same with a free Android game called Raising Ojipockle.

The game seems to have been developed in Japan because it is full of East Asian symbols but fortunately the story inside the game is in English. The foreign origin of the game cannot be hidden, though, since the character you will be playing as mentions she lives in Tokyo, and then there are some grammar mistakes inside the game. Anyway, in Raising Ojipockle you will be raising a baby that suddenly comes to you in a mysterious way. You will name the baby boy and then you will feed him, play with him, put him to sleep and more while watching him grow. The game is full of childish, even babyish music that creates a true atmosphere of a home where a baby is taken care of. The gameplay will surely be enjoyed by little girls who love babies but there’s more – the graphics inside the game are really, really nice. We do not know the reason why the developers have included such graphics but we can only praise them – Raising Ojipockle comes with 3d visuals that are very nice, although in certain scenarios they can be taxing your hardware. In any case what you will see while playing this game is more than nice.

Raising Ojipockle is a game that your girls, aged 3-5 will enjoy a lot! The game is full of fun gameplay where you will be taking care of a baby and in addition to this your eyes will get a visual treat. Raising Ojipockle is also free so this is another nice thing about this game.

Raising Ojipockle is here on Google Play.

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