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Rakugaki Showtime (PlayStation - Japanese Version)
Rakugaki Showtime might be one of Treasure's most obscure titles. Released in 1999 in Japan for the Playstation, it's a multiplayer arena combat game, not too dissimilar to Capcom's Power Stone. The big draw is its unique artstyle - each characters are paper thin, crayon colored, animated little scribbles ("rakugaki" is the term for artistic doodles in Japanese) who hop around maniacally and do anything and everything in their power to destroy the others characters. It's almost like a coloring book come to life - even when standing still, the scribbles continue to animate, like a coloring books come to life. Despite the rough-draft quality of all of the characters, they're easily identifiable as works of Treasure's inhouse artist Han, who illustrated the designs for nearly all of their previous games.