Studio Ghibli He is known for bringing memorable films to the animation industry, but over the years he has also taken part in the video game world such as B. the two Ni No Kuni, without ever proposing games of his works. For this, a fan tried to imagine what a game would be like Kiki home delivery.

Originally released in 1989the film is based on the novel of the same name by Eiko Kadono written four years earlier and tells the story of the life of a young witch, Kiki, who, having left her life in the countryside, faces the urban world for the first time she opened up her own deliveries as she could fly on his broomstick and deliver packages to customers.

A story that would find a gaming counterpart in the management genre or a life simulation Here, players can explore the town where Kiki lives, form relationships with customers and other characters, and accept missions that would then be individual deliveries. This idea took shape in the Illustrations by artist cloudtrumpets which you can see at the bottom of the page. The style fits perfectly with what was seen in the Studio Ghibli film and instantly recognizable locations are featured, such as the Osono Bakery where Kiki works.

And would you like a video game from Kiki's Home Delivery? Tell us what you think in the comments. Finally, we remind you that Zen Grogu and Dust Bunnies were born Collaboration between Studio Ghibli and Lucasfilmand we leave you with the images of the magical Ghibli Park.


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