Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland is an action-adventure game which stars Tingle: the self-proclaimed fairy from The Legend of Zelda:Majora's Mask. It was originally released in Japan on September 2, 2006. It was released roughly a year later in Europe. It was never released in North America, likely because of Tingle's low reception in the west. There was,however, an official poll on whether the game would be released in North America.
The story starts when Tingle as an ordinary, middle-aged man is offered a life in a paradise called Rupeeland. Tingle is guided by Uncle Rupee, who tells him to gather a bunch of rupees and toss them into a magic spring in order to gain access to Rupeeland. Pinkle, a fairy that communicates to Tingle via a computer that resembles a Nintendo DS (as well as the Tingle Tuner) also helps him along his journey. As Tingle explores, he will find numerous treasures, which include collecting ingredients for concoctions such as potions and meals that you can sell to the locals in nearby Port Town. Being not much of a fighter, Tingle hires bodyguards throughout the game to aid him in combat.