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Yonaka Kurai, an extremely ordinary high schooler. She takes the usual train home.
Though it’s all ordinary, today is somewhat special. Today, her beloved brother comes home.
But when she wakes, the train has stopped at an unfamiliar station…
Mogeko Castle

Mogeko castle title screen

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Japanese Mogeko Castle
Rōmaji Mogeko Castle
Release Date April 1, 2012

March 5, 2014 (remake)

Main Protagonist Yonaka Kurai
Latest Version 1.12 (06/04/2014)
Deep-Sea Prisoner Page funamusea
Official Translation vgperson

Mogeko Castle is the first game made by Deep-Sea Prisoner in RPG Maker. It was first released in April 1st, 2012 in RPG Maker 2000. A remake made in RPG Maker VX was released on early 2014.


Like Mogeko's third game, Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea, this is rated by Deep-Sea Prisoner themselves as for being for age 15+, but this a Japanese standard of rating and depending on a country's standards, age 18+ might be more appropriate. This game contains very violent imagery, and implied sexual assault. Unlike Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea, these elements are apparent from the start of the game.


The game starts off a Mogeko, a cat-like yellow being, watching over someone (who is presumed to be another Mogeko at first) and decides to tell them a story. From there, the game officially begins.


Yonaka Kurai is an ordinary high school student, sitting in a train waiting to get home in order to see her brother, Shinya Kurai, who has been gone for some time. As it seems it'll be a long train ride, the player is given a choice to sleep or not (despite this though, Yonaka must sleep to progress through the game). Yonaka wakes up to arrive in a station called "Mogeko". Confused, she gets off of the train and walks forward. Throughout the train station, posters (one says "I WANT GYOZA" written in blood) are posted over the fence, which has some holes. Yonaka reaches a forest and encounters a group of Mogeko, who say that they'll be "gentle". Yonaka must outrun the Mogekos until she reaches a castle. She enters that castle, which turned out to be Mogeko Castle, the castle of the Mogekos.

Throughout the course of the game, the goal becomes apparent; Yonaka must reach the top floor in order to get back home. In one of the floors, she is thrown into a prison cell while a group of Mogeko decide what to do with her. The prison cell she was thrown into already houses a certain Mogeko who will help her through the game.

The game has multiple bad endings, a normal end, and the true end. This game is meant to be a satire on otaku who say things like "my waifu" and the like, often found posting on certain areas of 2ch.


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Mogeko Castle Characters
Major Defect Mogeko · King mogeko · Moge-ko · Mogeko · Shinya Kurai · Yonaka Kurai
Minor Hashasky · Met · Mogekov Hashasky · Special Mogekos
Cameo Etihw · Froze · Hanten · Idate · Imika Yuhjima · Kcalb · Kurotsuno · Macarona · Mafuyu · Moge-kov · Nataka Kurokawa · Pancetta · Peraco · Rawberry Preserves · Rock · Rocma · Shirogane · Sunosan · Sullivan · Yosafire · Yukisada · Wadanohara
Deep-Sea Prisoner's Works
Games Carnival Rhythm · Garden Gray The · General Hashasky's Great Adventure · Mogeko Castle · The End of the Wonderland · The Gray Garden · Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea
Manga Obsolete Dream · Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea
Flash Poison Bugs · The Sun's Curse
Multimedia Ice Scream

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