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  1. On 10/04/2018 at 2:46 PM, littleshogun said:

    Well both Fureraba and Chrono Clock were already fulfill your request. Even so, I would like to recommend both of HatsuKoi and Noble Works for future suggestion. Hope I could help you with the recommendations.


    About Higurashi.... 

    On 10/04/2018 at 2:43 PM, Dreamysyu said:

    Huh? Light-hearted?

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    You understand that it literally ends with the entire village being eradicated, right?

    Also, I definitely wouldn't recommend reading Higurashi out of order. Himatsubushi is the last question arc, and it gives a lot of hints that could possibly spoil your enjoyment of the previous chapters.

    eehhh.... :notlikemiya:

  2. 29 minutes ago, SeniorBlitz said:

    Chrono Clock definitely fits you desc., comedy Charage as it finest (according to @VirginSmasher anyways since I never read it xoP).

    I'd also fit Dal Segno and Koisuro no last resort. 

    thanks! already writed to vote after more recommendations :sacchan:


    26 minutes ago, VirginSmasher said:

    Definitely Chrono Clock or Tsujidou would work for softer VNs

    thanks :sacchan:

  3. Hello guys.

    I'm almost finishing Rewrite, and after this long 50+ hours journey, i want read something smooth, with medium duration, without sobrenatural, good heroines and slice of life (moe too, i guess)

    I have this VN's installed on my PC, tell me what I should read next, according with my suggestions: (you can recommend another VN that isn't in the list, translated or not)

    - Dekinai Watashi ga Kurikaesu

    - Furereba

    - Chrono Clock

    - Higurashi (ch 1-4)

    - Killer Queen

    - Koisuru Otome to Shugo no Tate

    - Tsujidou-san no Jun'Ai Road


  4. Hey! Today (03/06) i was talking with a friend and we talk about Phenomeno. The visual novel cover the first volume of the LN. The second volume can find in Baka-Tsuki (with archive.org) So... If someone extract the sprites, backgrounds, everything of the visual novel and create a sequel using the second volume?

    Let's talk about it!

    I think it's a good idea. Ren'Py it's really easy to make visual novels. What you think?

    (I'm not creating a creation project. Just talking)

  5. 15 hours ago, Sion said:

    eden* uses the MUSICA engine (made by minori). There might be a couple tools for it, but I believe they're for the Japanese version.

    The English version also has some anti-debugger checks due to the SoftDenchi packer. The Japanese version doesn't have those checks, but you need to bypass two region checks (which isn't too difficult, just nop them).

    Do you know when i can find the tools?

  6. 1 hour ago, Kaio3259 said:

    KK eae man, sou sim muito prazer !!!

    kk eae men, o prazer é meu. Aqui tem um vídeo ensinando na nossa língua mesmo: 


    Eu não uso Visual Novel Reader então não vi o vídeo... Não sei se dá totalmente certo. Mas... Força!

  7. 2 hours ago, Zalor said:

    I couldn't recommend this one enough. I love denpa, and it was this VN that got me to fall in love with that genre. According to the TLwiki page, the translation is at 42%. So, probably in a year or two the translation will be done. And maybe they will release a partial patch sometime in between too. 

    As for already translated titles, Saya no Uta is great. And I've only heard good things about Phenomeno. So I'm vouching for the people who recommended those. 

    Sayooshi seems great. Already in my wishlist. Thanks!

    47 minutes ago, Clephas said:

    End Sleep

    Secret Game series

    Nanairo Reincarnation (though it is more sad than guro and the horror is minor)

    Akeiro Kaikitan (same as Nanairo)

    Midori no Umi

    Hakoniwa Logic

    Seems goods titles. Thanks!

  8. 50 minutes ago, Vokoca said:

    What kind of horror are you looking for? If you're looking for straight-forward horror with ghosts and gore, the Corpse Party series is probably the go-to. There's also Iwaihime on the untranslated end of things. For psychological horror, you might want to look into Higurashi, or something from the denpa genre, like Sayooshi - this one isn't translated either.

    Psychological horror. I will buy Higurashi in Steam soon.

    Horror with ghosts, beasts...it's not my style.

    37 minutes ago, Ariurotl said:

    Saya no Uta is the lovecraftianiest of VNs.

    Annotated in my wishlist. 


    22 minutes ago, fun2novel said:

    Phenomeno is nice too. It's short but does a good job with the horror.

    Phenomeno are in my wishlist. Seems a good vn.

  9. 4 hours ago, TrinityBree said:

    It's called Round Around the World (Hetalia USUK fanmade visual novel), and it's made using LiveMaker, so I thought it should be quite basic figuring out how to get the data extracted out as lots of visual noves are made using that program... but sadly, it's taking a long time... I guess I need someone experienced to help me out here.


    Thanks anyways!!! It really means a lot to me that you replied :)


    I hope you find what you need soon...

    Well. If you have the scripts extracted and the images (sprites, backgrounds). You can make a port in Ren'Py. Ren'Py is reeeeeeeeaaaaaaally easy. Try search about this.

  10. 1 hour ago, TrinityBree said:

    Just asking, but do you know how to hack into the visual novel encryption and decrypt to get the source data?

    I'm trying to do some translation work, but I fail at hacking... T-T


    I'm so sorry if this isn't a real reply, I'm new and I don't know how things work so I'm just asking around.

    Sorry, but i don't know. I use tools already programmed. I have some links for visual novel hacking if you want: https://hackernoon.com/reverse-engineering-visual-novels-101-d0bc3bf7ab8   https://hackernoon.com/reverse-engineering-visual-novels-101-part-2-9258f547262a  

    What visual novel are you trying to translate?


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