Ao Oni

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Ao Oni is a freeware role-playing horror video game.wikipedia
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Studio Deen

The series is produced by Studio Deen, and directed by Toshirō Hamamura and Chisei Maeda, with Kanekoke handling series composition, Kichi designing the characters and Shiyu Yanagida composing the music.

Ao Oni (film)

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Ao Oni is a 2014 Japanese horror film based on the game of the same name.

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Ao Oni is a freeware role-playing horror video game.

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Ao Oni is a freeware role-playing horror video game.

Oni

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Hiroshi doubts that the mansion is haunted, but soon finds himself being pursued by an enigmatic blue Oni.

Chord (music)

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When he appears in the game, a characteristic "shrieking" string chord plays until the player outruns him.

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Normally, his mouth is kept closed in an amused smirk, but in a secret ending he is shown to have a set of sharp, knifelike teeth.

Domo (NHK)

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In addition to the standard Oni, the player can enter an "Oni Room" containing numerous deformed, mutated and completely original Onis, including a rectangular oni called "Blockman", who resembles the popular Japanese character Domo-kun, and a gigantic, muscle-bound Oni who humorously appears to be hefting invisible weights when encountered for the first time.

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Ao Oni was adapted into a live action film of the same name, that was released in Japan on 5 July 2014.

Anime

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An anime television short series adaptation premiered on 3 October 2016.

Niconico

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The independently developed freeware game gained a cult status online in Japan, gaining notoriety on websites such as Niconico and YouTube where Ao Oni-related videos exceeded 50 million views in 2013.

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The independently developed freeware game gained a cult status online in Japan, gaining notoriety on websites such as Niconico and YouTube where Ao Oni-related videos exceeded 50 million views in 2013.

Anna Iriyama

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The movie is based on the horror game of the same name and will be released nationwide in Japan on July 5.