Immerse Yourself in a Japanese World
Nowhere is Japan's pop-culture influence on the rest of the world more apparent than in the international popularity of anime and manga. Not sure what the difference is? Well, manga is the name for the artwork found in Japanese comic books (or the books themselves), and anime (short for animation) refers to the, well, animated varieties of Japanese storytelling.
Sure, there are manga games, like the Manga Creator School Days series, which lets you create your own manga scenes on the page. But there are even more anime games on offer here – which makes sense, as our games are as animated as the anime movies and TV shows these characters come from. A lot of these stories have a sci-fi or supernatural theme, all the better to show off the genres' characteristic over-the-top drawn-action effects. (Pow!) Some of them are less TV- or movie-focused, instead featuring characters from the world of Japanese-created games. Are you a Super Mario Brothers fan? Nintendo and Sega's top characters unite in battle in Super Smash Flash 2.
Like the anime style? Then try on the clothes and costumes in anime dress-up games like Sword Art Online Dress Up. When you're done with your anime dress-up you can really get into character in our anime RPG games. Of course, there are pure anime fighting games, from Dynamons to Crazy Zombie Eschatology Hero and beyond. Or, if you are more into cooking than fighting, check out our anime cooking games.
Whether you go for dress-up fun or RPG action, this is the place to immerse yourself in the anime and manga worlds. Who do you want to be today?