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Moekan (OAV) - MOEKKO COMPANY モエかん THE ANIMATION [2003-2004]

Discussion in 'P2P Downloads' started by redrooster, May 19, 2009.

  1. redrooster

    redrooster 赤いオンドリ - 私はオタクです! Staff Member Super Moderator

    Not everything needs to be posted as a new thread.

    I´ve just found this in share and it´s complete:

    Moekan (OAV) - MOEKKO COMPANY モエかん THE ANIMATION

    It´s a 3 parts OAV. AniDB names it as ecchi as it´s a non hentai adaption of a hentai dating game by KeroQ from 2001, but the animation released from 12-19-2003 to 07-23-2004 by KSS / Softgarage just has a bit of fanservice, no more.

    share links:

    ep1
    file name: (18禁アニメ) モエかん THE ANIMATION 第01話 「リニア」 [640×480 DivX5].avi
    hash: dbfe63958b15384a3f625e032a43623d82594e42
    ep 2
    file name: (18禁アニメ) モエかん THE ANIMETION 第02話 「かずさ」.avi
    hash: f27bfb8abf221fbe39213885718b7629ff54b5cf
    ep 3
    file name: (18禁アニメ) モエかん THE ANIMATION 第03話 .avi
    hash: bcfd59dc2994ca813cf20ec92a41492dd68f2069
     
  2. elgringo14

    elgringo14 Survived to Japan Super Moderator

    I would put this in the "P2P downloads" section.

    Some hints about KSS/Pink Pineapple releases:
    DVD references starting with JDRx-5xxxx (rental) or JDXx-5xxxx (sell) are most likely adult ones (animated or live stuff)
    DVD codes starting with JDRx-2xxxx (rental) or JDXx-2xxxx (sell) are non-adult material, though it can be as sexy as this one.
    The fourth character is "A" if it's an animation, and other letters like "O" or "D" if it's a live action.
    I've seen a few references using other number (3,4) and they are an intermediate category.
    But for instance light eroanime stuff like "Sotgugyou" or "Refrain Blue" still used the number "5" (with different letter codes in the beginning), though they are classified as 15+ in Japan.