How To Make A Shimeji Desktop Buddy

In this video I will show u how to make you'r own shimeji!Hope u like it;3Official page of Undertale shimejis: http://undertaleshimejis.tumblr.com/Copyright. For those who don't know (and didn't understand what I meant in the title), a shimeji is a Japanese term for a little desktop buddy that walks around your monitor, and interacts with things on your desktop. They climb along the edges of your screen, can be picked up and moved around with your mouse, and sometimes even can catch the edges of. In this video I will show u how to make you'r own shimeji!Hope u like it;3Official page of Undertale shimejis: http://undertaleshimejis.tumblr.com/Copyright. Posted: (3 days ago) Shimeji ee desktop pet shimeji are little desktop companions that run around your computer screen be it mischief or cuteness depending on the shimeji you use. Developer Sam Chiet has created Desktop Goose, a bad goose — inspired by Untitled Goose Game — that creates mayhem on your desktop PC.

How To Make A Shimeji Desktop Buddy

How To Make Your Own Shimeji

Heya! Here's a simple tutorial on how to download and run a desktop buddy, or shimeji as they're called.

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Step 1: Download Java

Shimejis won't run without Java, so be sure you have it installed using the official website at java.com/en/download

Step 2: Download your Shimeji

Find one you want to download! Here's a list you can use with quite a few options: Shimeji masterlist

Most shimeji come with all the necessary components, but it'll most likely be in a .zip file, so you'll need a program to extract it. I recommend either winzip or winrar. Open it up and you should see something like this.

Step 3: Extracting the Shimeji

Make a new folder on your desktop with the name of your shimeji. In this example, I named mine 'test shimeji'. Highlight the files then extract them to the folder you just made.

Step 4: Start it Up

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If everything has gone smoothly, your desktop buddy should be ready to go. Sometimes there will be 2 different ways to start it up, with either an .exe or an executable jar file. I suggest using the latter.

And you're golden! Have fun with your new shimeji! You can always add another one or close it out by right-clicking on the icon at the bottom right of your desktop.

How To Make A Shimeji Desktop Buddy

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Have any questions? Feel free to ask and I'll try to help however I can. c: