Just a little over a week after releasing Jihyo Attack, Ikiki has posted up nine more unfinished projects and prototypes on his web site. Short descriptions and control summaries for the new stuff can all be found after the break.

Rocket Mairo (shown in the video above) is a 2D platformer that features a plumber with an attitude, who is armed with a bazooka that can be used to execute rocket jumps. There's only one short level to play, and the game exits back to the desktop automatically after you've beaten the end stage boss.

controls:
left shift - jump
left control - shoot



Firearms is a top-down shooter that plays rather similarly to Hakaiman, where players have to help a lone commando infiltrate an enemy base and kill the enemies within. Some of the weapons that you can collect from defeated adversaries include the standard handgun, shotguns, sniper rifles, machine guns and even a rocket launcher that can be used to break walls apart.

controls:
left control - hold to strafe
left shift - shoot, melee attack
Z key - switch weapons



Dark Burigi's Mansion (yamibrigimantion) is sort of a mix between Tarenagasi and Rocket Mairo, but instead of a rocket launcher you're using a cannon that shoots out brown stuff at whatever you're aiming at. The substance seems to be corrosive as well, and can turn enemies into mush if they come into contact with it. This prototype only has a single level to play through.

controls:
left shift - jump
left control - shoot
up arrow key - turn around
down and control - set explosive charge
Z key - refill meter



Burigi's Mansion is most likely just a prototype of Tarenagasi, a game that involves messing up a rich plumber's mansion with brown stuff. The noticeable difference between the two is the intro screen, but everything else seems to remain the same.

controls:
E, S, D, F - movement
space key - jump
left mouse button - shoot
right mouse button - refill



Haka Arashi (hakaarasi) is a game that plays like most of Ikiki's other platformers, featuring an inventory slot for storing weapons or items that you pick up during the adventure. It comes with a password system for skipping levels, although I've yet to figure out how to beat the hooded man in the castle.

controls:
left shift - jump
up arrow key - change inventory item
Z key - use selected item



Kouyano Samurai is a top-down action game where you have to slaughter everyone on screen with your sword. They won't fight back or anything, and all you need to do is just clear the area to beat the game.

controls:
left shift - attack



In Aborin (oldaborin) you have to get a soldier to the teleportation device at the end of each level, which is usually guarded by enemies or barriers that'll electrocute you on contact. The boomerang in your possession can be used to kill enemies or carry bombs from one location to another, and you can wall jump even though you're not wearing any ninja suit.

controls:
left shift - jump
left control - throw boomerang



Makichirashi (oldmakitirasi) is just an older version of Makitirasi with alternate sprites.



Spyman is one of Ikiki's abandoned games that I haven't spent too much time on yet, but it features a masked man who looks suspiciously like a ninja and carries a grappling hook. There's a password system for skipping levels too, although you'll have to beat some levels and acquire their codes before you can start using it.

controls:
left shift - jump
left control - grappling hook
Z key - melee attack