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Maka Maka (摩訶摩訶) is a Japan-exclusive role-playing video game which was released in 1992.
Maka-Maka is a 2003 Japanese adult manga series written and illustrated by manga author Torajirō Kishi. The manga was serialized in Bunkasha's adult magazine Pent-Japan Special, and released in two bound volumes by Jive. The manga has been licensed for distribution in North America by Media Blasters, in Germany by Panini, and in France by Delcourt.
Nene is a cute, well-endowed girl raised from a rich family and was spoiled as a child, but she doesn't let her looks or her afluency affect her personality.
Jun is the youngest child of a family with two boys and three girls. Because she was the youngest of a relatively large family, her father was a salaryman and she was often picked on by both her siblings and her peers, she started to gain an independent, cocky and self-assured personality.