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Ai Mai! Moe Can Change!

Ai Mai! Moe Can Change!

Alternative Titles

Japanese: あいまい! 萌えCanちぇんじ!


Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: May 25, 2012
Producers: Frontier Works
Genres: Comedy, Sci-Fi
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company


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Ranked: #70112
Popularity: #3415
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The OVA adaptation Moe Can Change! is created by Frontier Works, based on a free-to-play game developed by Ambition for mobile phones. The original "playful bishoujo Miroid-raising / clothes-changing moe game" has the player joining a beta test program for androids, who the player must raise and dress up as girls.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Oogame, Asuka
Oogame, Asuka
Kiyan, Chie
Kiyan, Chie
Katou, Emiri
Katou, Emiri
Shintani, Ryouko
Shintani, Ryouko
Moeki, Anna
Moeki, Anna
Aizawa, Mai
Aizawa, Mai


Takahashi, Takeo
Hidaka, Rina
Theme Song Performance
Kuroda, Kazuya
Character Design

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Jun 27, 2012
As the synopsis says, this is an OVA adaptation of a popular mobile app in which you create your own moe characters. How did they manage to adapt an anime story to reflect this? I'll tell you. A company on the cutting-edge of technology is preparing to release their latest service: a mobile app that can literally, physically recommend and change your outfit. Sound fun? Each purchase of the app will provide the user with their own personal mairoid (a moe-android). I suppose the consumers would then use the app to change the clothing of their mairoids?

The OVA follows two girls, hired as idols read more
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Dec 8, 2012
The premise of the story is okay enough. An app that changes people's outfits. I think that the story could have been pretty funny and interesting, especially is this was a full fledged TV anime and not just an OVA.

The art was pretty good. That was what initially interested me in the show; that and the fact that it would be a short, easy watch.

The sound: also fine. I don't really have much to say about that.

I thought that the characters were the lowest part in this OVA. There was no character I liked and no character I disliked. I think, for me at read more
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Both series have cute and simple story lines that are likely to appeal to the same audience.
Both of these Anime revolve around product placement. PES is about Toyota's cars while the other is about a mobile phone application that is available over in Japan.
If what your looking for is another "moe" title then the other may be what you're looking for. Both use bright colors and intricate designs. You've even got your furry girls in both too.
Let's sell product through a cute little story. It doesn't matter if the people watching realize it is advertisement of sorts. What matters is that they enjoy it. Pretty much this.
Both of these Anime have similar styles. They also take something that seems normal and turns it into something bigger. They're also both funny, in their own corny ways.
If I gave away how they were similar I think I would provide spoilers for Ai Mai! Moe Can Change!? At least... the main reason. Both series are cute in their own way and they deal with "fan service cliches", one being more modern and more in line with the times as it has added things in it.

Opening Theme

"NO RULE ~Chou Listen!~ (NO RULE ~超Listen!~)" by Kanna Moeki starring Rina Hidaka

Ending Theme

"Houkago Orenji (放課後オレンジ)" by Aki Misawa

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