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True Tears: Quiz


Question 1: A thirteen-episode ________ also named True Tears aired on TV Kanagawa between January 6, 2008 and March 29, 2008.
Traditional animationSilhouette animationAnimationAnime

Question 2: [16] A ________ version published by Sweets was announced to be released on March 13, 2008,[17] but was later delayed for an August 7, 2008 release.
Sony Computer EntertainmentPlayStation 2PlayStation PortablePlayStation 3

Question 3: A ________ adaptation by Japanese artist Asaki began serialization in the bi-monthly seinen manga magazine Comi Digi published by Broccoli on December 10, 2005.
YaoiManga outside JapanShōjo mangaManga

Question 4: A ________ version was first announced to be released on March 13, 2008, but was later delayed for an August 7, 2008 release.
PlayStation 3Sony Computer EntertainmentPlayStation 2PlayStation Portable

Question 5: Two ________ shows, two drama CDs, and a live action drama adaptation have also been produced.
Helix (project)RealPlayerInternet radioVLC media player

Question 6: [22] The second single, titled "Kimi to Ashita e", was released on April 26, 2006, containing the ending theme and ________ versions of the song.
RemixSampling (music)House musicDisco

Question 7: [13][14] Art direction was headed by Rei Izumi, known for her work on Hibiki's Magic and ________, who also provided character designs.
.hack//Legend of the Twilight.hack//Sign.hack//Liminality.hack//Roots

Question 8: There were two ________ shows based on True Tears.
Internet radioVLC media playerRealPlayerHelix (project)

Question 9: A ________ adaptation illustrated by Japanese artist Asaki was first serialized in the Japanese magazine Comi Digi (later Comi Digi +) between December 10, 2005 and August 21, 2006.
Shōjo mangaMangaManga outside JapanYaoi

Question 10: The film was released on December 22, 2006 as a ________ release.
Blu-ray DiscDirect-to-videoOriginal video animationFuturama

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