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  1. So if anyone wants a ton of the Sakura games (might be all of them actually), HuniePop and HunieCam Studio for 10$ then you might want to go to Humble Bundle. https://www.humblebundle.com/hunie-sakura-bundle
  2. Post your desktop screen shot

    Still a bit of a closet weeb so fairly casual:
  3. So I was browsing YouTube and happened to stumble onto a guy who fed a recurring neural network (LSTM type) some cute VN girl noises. The girl in question is Hinata from Pure Pure. Needless to say the results are interesting... It's rather interesting to see just what a machine picks up from that, and damn creepy. The amount of iteration on the left signifies how often the network has gone over the 10 minute sample data and is also a good measure of how much it has learned. Also bonus points if you turn on CC and watch a machine try to understand what another machine is trying to say.
  4. Mobile visual novels

    You can always take a look at this thread: Or if you just want to play on your phone/tablet but will stay on your home wifi network (such as laying in a more comfortable spot) this thread of mine may help as well:
  5. Re;Zero Visual Novel

    That is actually a good point. Didn't read that it was gonna be made by 5pb. Should be rather good then I hope.
  6. Volume six of No Game No Life was indeed amazing, absolutely love that entire series but that certainly was a new height. Currently reading volume 7 as I left off at 6 like a year ago. As for the others: Overlord v1 - 10, amazing, have v1 and 2 in hardcover, rest e-book for now. Spice and Wolf v1 - 2, have ordered physical copies of all of these, just too good. Log Horizon v1 - 7, also really good but not very different from the anime, still worth a read though. Altina the Sword Princess v1 - 4, I love the art and the story is decent as well. Mahouka v1 - 8, tbh I got a bit bored of it after reading eight volumes straight, might get back to it, might not. Re;Zero v1 - 2, will continue this after I catch up on all the rest. Serious question to anyone who has read Sword Art Online, is it worth the read if you've seen the anime? And yes, I quite liked it.
  7. Fuwanovel Confessions

    That's a bit oppressive isn't it.
  8. Fuwanovel Confessions

    I'm a heliphobe.
  9. Considering there is no FAQ for this game yet and it's currently in the lead for the monthly VN to read I thought I might as well start the FAQ by solving an issue I encountered myself while organizing my whole VN folder. If you have any issues and solutions you want me to add to this be sure to shoot me a PM and I'll add it. Yume Miru Kusuri FAQ "Application formatting error" on startup.
  10. Yume Miru Kusuri FAQ

    Have you also tried a complete reinstall? If you send some screenshots we may be able to help. Also be sure to look at this thread on installing it.
  11. Re;Zero Visual Novel

    Cash-grab or not, if it has Rem in it it'll work. The Light Novel is quite good and so was the anime so even if it's a cash-grab it should still have an interesting story. I just hope they don't go the nukige route and focus on sex, sex, sex and sex. I prefer to build a relationship before plugging her up multiple times. Should be interesting either way.
  12. Sharin no Kuni. Hating on Touka!

    Am I the only one who liked every character except from Mana? Maybe I'm just a casual git but it was a rather enjoyable VN for me. They all had at least some interesting characteristic about them and while the problems didn't always make sense, and I got frustrated by some of the choices the heroines and other characters made, it was still quite .. interesting. It has been like two years since I've read it so my opinion may not be very up-to-date but it was still a memorable experience and certainly a VN I might revisit sometime. Fuck the fandisk to hell though, what a load of f-ing crap. The only thing enjoyable was the extra story, all of the after bits of the main heroines ruined it, and I'm still trying to forget that. Touka was best girl by the way, just so you know.
  13. Fuwanovel Confessions

    You're hired!
  14. It's probably a very simple fix, if you know where to find it. But it's also something that should work out of the box... Wish I could help but hey, it's not a huge issue. Best to not waste too much time over it.
  15. It's a rather simple fix though...
  16. The most proven MySQL editor is probably phpMyAdmin. Super easy to install and set up and fantastic to use. Has editing available for all tables with index (they should all have indexes) and can do just about anything you need. https://www.phpmyadmin.net/ If you want, I'm willing to test features you need on my own MySQL server with my own phpMyAdmin install before you commit or anything like that. As the name suggests it runs on PHP on your server, only thing I can't seem to find is that WYSIWYG > HTML conversion .
  17. Greatest Visual Novels of All Time

    G-Senjou no Maou Sharin no Kuni Ever 17 Steins;Gate Grisaia no Kajitsu
  18. Googled "Akari Noble Works" to get an image of her while we were discussing her in Fuwachat. Slightly NSFW: Not disappointed.
  19. You can post NSFW material but you can't have it be embedded and you have to mark it as NSFW I believe. So "NSFW: Link to image".
  20. Post your desktop screen shot

    Finally got a 1080p monitor.
  21. Note: This is not for playing VNs on the move, see this topic for that. It is possible to connect over the internet but this guide is currently only for playing VNs locally. If you want to read a visual novel in your bed, or maybe downstairs but don't want the bulk of carrying a laptop then there is a pretty good method for you. This method uses NVidia GameStream from the Shield game console(?) but works on practically any Android tablet or phone. I myself have tested it with my GTX 650 GPU and an Acer A510 Android tablet and I get a very good framerate and resolution over my 100mbps local network. There is no noticeable input lag and it just feels like playing it on the device rather than being streamed. Requirements: PC running the actual VN PC has to have a NVidia GTX 600/700/800/900 GPU or GTX 600M/700M/800M (GT-series not supported) GPU Android tablet/phone (You do NOT need a Tegra for this, any Android device with sufficient power will do) Advised: Wired connection from PC to switch/router/modem/AP 100 mbps or better local connection As you can see by the requirements, we will not be running the VN on our tablet but on a local PC. Step 1: Install and open GeForce Experience on your PC. Step 2: Install Moonlight on your Android device. Step 3: Pair your android device with your PC. Start by opening the Moonlight app on your android device and click the "+" icon in the top right corner of the screen. Then enter your PC name or local IP. You can find this IP by opening the command prompt and entering "ipconfig". As you can see, my local IP address is, so I enter that in the Moonlight app. Be sure that GeForce Experience is running otherwise it may not find your PC! If your PC was found, you can now pair the devices by clicking on the PC icon and entering the PIN that the Moonlight app is showing you on your PC. Now that the devices are paired, you should have connected to it and will see a games list, if you have any installed. Our VNs are naturally not in this list so we will add them in the next step. Step 4: Adding the games. Go to "Preferences" and then "SHIELD" on your GeForce Experience to see the (empty) games list. Click on the "+" button on the right side of the window to open a dialog to add the executable. Navigate to the VN .exe of your choosing and click "Open". Now your VN has been added to the list and you can open it on your Android device. You may need to reload the list by disconnecting and reconnecting. If you are anything like me, however, and you like proper icons and stuff you can edit the game by clicking the button below the "+" sign while you have the game selected. Here you can change the name and box art that will show on your Android device. Very useful for a neat overview if you have many VNs. Tap on the icon of the VN you added to start it up on your PC and stream it to your Android device. Then just shut off your PC screen and enjoy the game. Controls are like most Remote Desktop clients as in, drag for mouse positioning and tap to left click. This is all you need for most VNs. Troubleshooting: Q: "Help, I have no sound!" A: First try the usual stuff. If that doesn't work, try starting the game while headphones or some audio device is plugged into the PC. Noble Works will not output sound if started without any audio device but will work fine if you unplug it later. Q: "I cannot connect even though the IP is correct and GeForce Experience is running!" A: Check the troubleshooting tips in this topic: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2505510 Extra: Remote Desktop In my search for a high quality RD solution with sound I came across a guide (see bottom of post) which is how I figured this out. In order to just have remote desktop (and yes, you can also play VNs this way if you don't want to add them all to your list) just add "C:\Windows\System32\mstsc.exe" as a game in the exact same manner that you added the VN from before. Then open that app to enjoy high quality remote desktop. Sources: Moonlight App: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2505510 Guide on Remote Desktop: https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/724672/tips-and-tricks/tnt-how-to-play-pc-games-that-don-rsquo-t-have-native-controller-support-/
  22. You can indeed. The connection is entirely over your local network, though internet access is possible if you port forward. From my personal experience I can say that the quality is superb. I cannot see the difference between running an actual VN on the tablet (like Katawa Shoujo) or using this method to run it on the PC. No input lag and no visible artefacting or lower resolution. My PC renders it at 1080p (basically just upscaled the VN so not true 1080p) and then downscales it to my tablet resolution for a perfect experience. The only real downsides from this are that you cannot use the PC for anything else while using this, though I doubt that's an issue for most of us, and that you need an NVidia GPU.
  23. Eh, I personally prefer this method over TeamViewer as it allows me to quickly launch my applications. Just requires a bit of set-up but it is a very simple method. In less than 5 minutes you can get going with this.
  24. Noble works Problem

    Just try a different torrent (not pre-patched). hint: search for the original Japanese name.