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Magical Play

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In a magical world, the naive and spunky Padadu is training to be a magical girl -- a title reserved for those who have defeated many in battles, and earns them a right to visit Earth. Along with her arch rival Pipin, seductive and manipulative Myumyu and the fugitive Nonononn, Padadu and her magical sentient fish costume travel the world in search of fun and adventure! But the tyrant queen Purilun and her lackey Zucchini are hot on their trail; will Padadu ever become a real magical girl?

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Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Magical Play 3D OVA 2001 TBD
Name Role
Kiyohiko AZUMA Character Design
Hiroki HAYASHI Director
Satoru YOSHIDA Producer

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Mahou Shoujo Backlog juu1ch1 112 Feb 6, 2014
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Both Guu and Magical Play take place in zany alternate universes, have a similar madcap sense of humor, and have about the same ecchi factor.

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These are very simmilar series. Both feature antihero type characters who unintentionally make havoc and sometimes hurt inocent people. None of them have any ususal "love" and "friedship" stuff.

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Pugyuru

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  • TV (13 eps x 4 min)
  • 2004

In a normal neighborhood in a normal city, a young maid arrives from the maid village to help out a young unnamed girl. But this battery-operated being is no ordinary maid! Not only can she remove her head and turn her body into glue (amongst other things), Cheko-chan also has the wackiest of friends. From Mizore, the edible snow spirit from the north, to Nachiko, a large squid who likes to change faces, to Kanato the Yankee, the bully who is the strongest of them all, it seems the craziness has just begun in the life of a once typical high school student.

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If wacky randomness is your thing, check out Pugyuru. Just as bizarre (in fact, maybe more) than Magical Play but definitely the same style and feel.