How do you get the cat effect Yume Nikki?

Nekoin (play on the Japanese word for cat, “neko”, and “coin”) is an effect NPC that can be found in Shield-Folk World. By interacting with it, Madotsuki will receive the Cat effect.

How do you get the Yume Nikki ending?

The Ending Sequence The ending credits After collecting all 24 effects (25 including the Instructions) in the game, Madotsuki must return to the Nexus. She then drops every last one of her effects (by equipping them and pressing the ‘5’ key). Madotsuki then leaves the dream world by pinching herself awake.

Who is Poniko Yume Nikki?

Poniko (ポニ子, “Ponytail girl”) is a character that appears in Madotsuki’s dream. Her house is found in The Pink Sea, which is accessed by diving into a pool located in an igloo in the Snow World.

Who is Madotsuki in Yume Nikki?

A long kept away nightmare has been unleashed. Madotsuki (窓付き) is the player character in Yume Nikki. She is the only character in Yume Nikki with an official name, since characters require a name for the menu screen in RPG Maker games. As with virtually everything else in the game, Madotsuki’s identity and life are a mystery.

Is there a book with a girl that looks like Madotsuki?

A picture book released in 1993 titled REX Yume Nikki (part of Kadokawa’s REX series) features a girl who somewhat resembles Madotsuki on its cover. Interestingly, Kadokawa is the company that made RPG Maker, the engine that was used to make the game. Madotsuki’s shirt design resembles a simplified version of the CJK character 囧.

What happened to Madotsuki after she died in the end?

In a semi-hidden area, the witch power can be used to fly. Canceling it mid-air causes Madotsuki to leave the dream and fall out of bed. The bloodstain seen after her presumed suicide looks like a keyhole turned on its side. The last characters you see in the game alongside the bloodstain are dream-denizens: the onion/garlic-headed pink things.

How old is Madotsuki in the game?

Although there is no indication of her age given in the game, she is often depicted as a young person. The word “Madotsuki” means “windowed” (as in a box or envelope) or “aperture”.