TikTok’s “I am happy” emoji pack is inspired by idol games

Characters in the Japanese idol game “Ohara Mari” Love Live Campus Idol Festival All-Star, Has quietly become popular.In the past month, the character’s voice saying “I am happy…I am sad” has become a huge TikTok trend; it is used About 150,000 videos At the time of publication.

These videos all use a similar joke format based on sound. Basically, every clip presents a scene where people start to think that something will make them happy, but then they realize the negative effects of what excited them in the first place. So that the mood changes from happiness to sadness.

E.g, A video Approximately 3.2 million views showed that a young man entered the bookstore and bought a pile of books. The screen showed “Spend money to buy books” and the audio part of “I’m happy” was played at the same time. Then once Mary says, “I’m sad,” the headline will change to “Realize how much you spent.”

other TikTok with 3.7 million page views In the happy part, the screen says “Quit my job at Google and make a bubble tea game”, while in the sad part, it says “Work 24/7, with little income.”

Love Live School Idol Festival All-Star Follow a group of friends and work hard to become the ultimate girl group.This is a large franchise, and even has its own anime, but this special voice comes from Love Live School Idol Festival All-Star — 2019 mobile game developed by KLab Inc.

The game incorporates many different game mechanics: performing rhythmic games, narrative elements allow you to meet friends, another aspect of the game is like a caring simulation game, in which you can combine with idols to unlock new episodes (this is The part of the game with viral sound). YouTuber Arrekusa JP Posted a clip You can view the audio below.

This is not the first time Mary has modeled the reputation of the center. Fragments of what Mali said, “This is a joke” from anime became a popular reaction GIF. In the video commentary with “I’m very happy” quotation, fans of the game gathered to express their excitement about Mari’s return to stardom, and published articles such as “LOVE LIVE FANS RISE UP” and “MISS MA’AM MARI OHARA” Comments like “FINALLY” went viral. It looks like the Love Live star has once again found the fame her fans think she deserves.