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The Adventures of Cookie & Cream
Developer(s) From Software
Publisher(s) From Software
Empire Interactive
Composer(s) Kota Hoshino
Platform(s) PlayStation 2
Release date(s) JP December 7, 2000
NA April 30, 2001
EU May 4, 2001
Genre(s) Action/Adventure
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: Everyone

The Adventures of Cookie & Cream, known as Kuri Kuri Mix (くりクリミックス Kuri Kuri Mikkusu ?) in Japan and Europe, is a multiplayer, action/adventure videogame developed by From Software for the PlayStation 2.

A sequel, Cookie & Cream, was released for the Nintendo DS.



Cookie (known as Chestnut in the European and Japanese versions) and Cream are two bunnies who are on their way home on the eve of their clan's 'Moon Festival'. However, during the way, they meet a messenger who tells them that the moon is gone and that if no one finds it there will never be another festival. After each of them is given a crown as a symbol of courage by the mysterious messenger, they go on a journey to get the moon back.


The game has enjoyed widely positive reviews upon its release. Critics have praised the game's innovative and entertaining gameplay as well as its bizarre aesthetics and overall atmosphere.

See also

Cookie & Cream

External links


Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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Kuri Kuri Mix

Developer(s) From Software
Publisher(s) Agetec inc.
Release date 2001
Genre Puzzle
Mode(s) 1-4 players
2 player cooperative
single player
Age rating(s) ESRB: E
VET: 3 Recommended
Platform(s) Playstation 2
Media DVD
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough



The moon has gone away. Two bunnies set out to find the moon so that they can have their yearly moon festival. The bunnies are given "crowns" as a sign of their courage.


The main game is viewed from top perspective with a split screen one bunny in each. In single player game the player controls both bunnies and in 4 player mode two players control one character on same controller. In the game the player/s race to goal avoiding traps, enemies and environmental hazards like water and pits. The player/s lose time when something bad happens ie touch enemies and fall into pit. There are puzzles that slow progress which usually requires other bunnys help. Included in levels are clocks that can be collected to gain more time and puzzle pieces which open secret stage when every piece has been collected. In versus mode up to 4 players compete collecting moons, stars and race to finish line.


The game has been remade for Nintendo DS as Cookie & Cream. It changed gameplay by having one of the bunnies do something else and to complete the task the player has to play all sorts of minigames.





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