Minoto – God of Poverty

Categories: Adventure, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click

Fans of Minoto, rejoice: God of Poverty, the latest Minoto’s Point’n’Click Adventure game is live!

If you enjoy this game, don’t forget to check out Kintarou, The Wizard of Oz 4, 3, 2, 1, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, Rapunzel 3, Rapunzel 2, Bremen Town Musicians, Seven Chiled Goat, Journey to the West, Rapunzel, Ugly Duckling and many more by the same author!

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.58


13 Comments to Minoto – God of Poverty

  1. cmerd says:

    Mad as a box of frogs as usual

  2. lay says:

    happiness end – only one method

  3. smjjames says:

    I finished it, but now I’m confused. I guess its based on a Japanese God of Poverty, or something.

  4. Jayden says:

    Hated It!! Worse Minoto games I have ever played. Hope they get better!

    • smjjames says:

      Maybe it was because of awkward storytelling? It certainly doesn’t seem like a very good one for Minoto.

      • smjjames says:

        Edit to my post: Most of Minotos games were based on well known fairy tales, among other things, so maybe it just seems worse because its harder to get without the background?

  5. goldie says:

    Done, thnx all.

  6. Tweety says:

    I suppose that the god of poverty Show

    • Len says:

      The Japanese god of poverty (Binogami) brings misery and suffering into a person’s house. However, hospitality from those living their can turn Binogami into Fukunokami – the god of good luck.

      So the story in this game fits into Japanese mythology just as well as some of the other games fit into fairy tales.

      See how much games teach us :)

      • Tweety says:

        That’s a very nice story! Thank you for letting us all know! I knew Minoto would never let us down!

      • smjjames says:

        Yea, its just based on a story that isn’t as familiar as most of the ones Minoto based the game on.

        With Lens explaination, it makes sense to me now.

      • ali says:

        Thanks! It makes a lot more sense now. I hope Minoto does more of these stories from various cultures, but maybe give us a little narrative along with it.

  7. someone says:

    Minoto’s FB page

    Edit: better late than never.