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Takahata Shun's day at high school begins just as normal and boring as ever, but it doesn't end that way. After his teacher's head explodes, he and his classmates find themselves forced to play children's games, such as Daruma ga Koronda (a game like Red Light/Green Light), with deadly stakes. With no idea who is behind this mysterious deadly game session, and no way of knowing when it will finally end, the only thing Shun and other students can do is keep trying to win...
神さまの言うとおり (藤村緋二) 诚如神之所说 เกมเทวดา (Thai) As God of Death Dictates (FUJIMURA Akeji) As The God of Death Dictates (FUJIMURA Akeji) Kamisama no Iu Toori (FUJIMURA Akeji) Kamisama no Iutoori (FUJIMURA Akeji) Like God Says
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Full of suspense and excitement
A really good serie. I usually stay away from mangas that have gore factor but this one is so interesting that I couldn't stay away (maybe also because it is the art is quite tame. Deaths are bloody but not exactly gory).
I finished the whole serie in one go and have moved onto reading the sequel. The sequel started pretty slow with many build-up chapters. But I advise you to stick with it because once the action starts, it gets just as good as this one.
I am very curios of the solution to the main mysteries (their fight against god) because so far as this serie go, the god has real super natural power while the main characters, despite being insanely strong and smart, are still human. I am wondering how the students can defeat the god in the end. Have been searching for similar series just to guess a possible answer to this but to no avail
when i read this at first i got a strange familiar feeling. like i've seen this plot somewhere.. than as i go further reading it. the art becoming more and more like takeshi obata's on bakuman. so i do some searching and this story is really similar with classroom of truth from bakuman. can someone explain something?
On the edge.
This story is literally the most intense manga I have ever read. It's engaging and keeps you on your seat, while surprising you about what happened or who got killed. After this, I'm not afraid to be surprised when another character dies - you just assume everyone is going to die until the end. Currently reading the second book, I'm super hyped.
Disgusting but engaging....
There's gore, perverted stuff, and warped personalities.... but, somehow the plot is good enough that I managed to finish until the end....
now I'm even reading the sequel. LOL (part of it being that I got too attached to the two main guys in the series.... The weird athletic dude and the narrator)
... Last updated on February 12th, 2014, 10:35pm
I don't know what to say. I liked it but it was too weird and perverted for my tastes. Though at least it makes sense because
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the so called god is a doushinji mangaka with some major issues who was given power by a creepy "I'm not an alien"-girl (forgive me if that is not the correct spelling or terminology)
For a survival manga really good. The characters are likeable even though they are weirdo adrenaline junkies. The plot wasn't bad but it wasn't exceptional. I was kind of disappointed with the ending. (it's a cliffhanger) I am looking forward to the sequel.
... Last updated on August 15th, 2013, 3:09pm
Fun but weird ending
The games are interesting and you don't really grow that attached to any particular character. The manga deals with a dark subject but the atmosphere isn't dark at all. The manga kind of fails to demonstrate the gravity of the situation onto the reader.
It's a total rip off of that manga written by that antagonist in Bakuman but that was exactly what I was looking for. When this series first came out it was like a wish come true (apart from the whole having to wait for it to be published thing >.>)
The supernatural athletic abilities of a couple of the characters are both a con in that it detracts from the realisticness of how the survival games are beaten but also a pro because it makes Amaya's character pretty awesome.
One great thing about this series is how you can never seem to know who's going to die amongst the secondary characters. And the line between Primary and secondary characters is at times blurred.
Considering the source material though (those of you who have read that part of Bakuman will know what I'm talking about) perhaps even some of those i consider primary characters will meet their end.
Nothing like I've ever read before.
Captivating, intense, and mindbreaking. This survival horror is truely unique and one of its kind. This is probably the "truest" survival ones ever where fake teamwork and luck doesn't happen unlike *cough*Cage of Eden*cough*. Basically, this manga gives me the feel that if I was in the same situation as the main, I would be dead round 0.
... Last updated on August 9th, 2012, 12:20am
Ah, surprisingly I actually found this quite entertaining. The combination of innocent children's games and gore is good. It's also a bit unpredictable, though I from the start had the feeling that
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Takahata Shun and Amaya Takeru
will survive for a while. Looking forward to seeing what will happen next!
Oh Yes! This is good!
I was looking for a horror when I stumbled upon this, and at first, I thought it's a bizarre, gore shonen until the second game. I enjoy the story development, the drawing that isn't complicated but interesting enough to draw your attention, and the suspenseful game the most. It's really unpleasant to wait a month or so for the release, but it is satisfying. I hope it will last long enough to be my favorite.