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About Beatrice

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    Georgia, Tbilisi
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    7th Expansion
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  1. Updated a few things, previews of new sprite artwork and so on...
  2. I've ported it over to Ren'Py and updates the links. It's much higher quality now, please give it a try
  3. I'll look into Renpy for a future release. This one is more like 'testing the waters' and I very much would enjoy some feedback and criticism.
  4. Back in 2016, me and my friends were just fooling around with the idea about making a game about ourselves and we needed a fast result. It was really easy to edit out Umineko out of its script and put whatever we wanted in its place, didn't take much time and the language was easy as well. The project stopped after the completion of the prologue. In late 2019-2020, I've decided to revive it and that's when 1-3 chapters were written. I continued editing Umineko's script and then eventually I ported it over to Ciconia's for that 720p resolution. Nscripter... sucks and I totally agree with
  5. Visual Novel “306” was inspired by Umineko series written by Ryukishi07. It started off as an inner circle thing between close friends that eventually evolved into something bigger. The project started back in 2016 by me and my friend, without any prior experience with coding or character making and we are proud to say that "306" has evolved into proportions that none of us had ever anticipated. Currently, every asset used in the game besides the background art and music were all created by a talented group of people, driven solely by their passion. The project grows day by day, eventually, th
  6. Umineko and Higurashi, the When they Cry series is a must read to people looking for mystery VNs.
  7. At least Higurashi will be released soon, with glorious art and translation. Not to worry.
  8. Of course, I do. Umineko no Naku Koro ni.
  9. No, it is not me. But that is good news. But of course I might be incompetent towards the engine even if it's simple in theory. I specialize in Onscripter, which Umineko, Japanese Higurashi, Rose Guns Days and Higanbana runs. It's Ryukishi's favored engine. And I'm only interested in patching his works so I never went out and learned other Visual Novel engines. I never had such interest, plus it's quite hard to fully grasp the terrible scripts other games might run. I'm not a coder, nor have I learned computer science in my life, unfortunately. But my amateur skills are enough for Onscripter.
  10. That's good, I wasn't planning to give up on it but now I am a lot more motivated to continue. I did like some stuff from what I've read so far but it just couldn't click with me.
  11. Umineko is that kind of story, where you either love it or hate it. Something can't be enjoyed by everyone, unfortunately.
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