I haven’t been posting much around here, and I don’t plan to anytime soon. Mainly because all my tutorials will now be posted on my YouTube channel. So do check out and subscribe if you want to see more visual novel-related tutorials. It’ll be easier for me since I use YouTube more often and I have one less thing to keep track.
So see you guys there! In the meantime, I’ll be posting my old tutorials in my channel before moving forward with new ones.
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A long, long time ago, I made a blogpost on TyranoScript:
So, fast-forward to a couple of years later, and it has evolved into TyranoBuilder, a fully-functional visual novel creation suite. Do check it out on the link below:
calc84maniac has ported Steins;Gate 8-bit to the original Gameboy and the TI-84+CSE Calculator. 0.40 covers the first 4 scenarios of the game (out of 7); but he plans to finish the rest of the game. He’s done a very good job porting them faithfully; so do take a look at his works and try them out!
Link to the Gameboy version here: http://gbdev.gg8.se/forums/viewtopic.php?id=191
Video preview of the TI-84+CSE Calculator version below:
I’ve compiled a list after nearly a week’s worth of testing on the Kirikiroid2 app for Android. Take note that this is for English-translated visual novels only. This is by no means complete; feel free to post a comment if you want to add on to the list.
Kirikiroid 2 Compatibility List
This tutorial will teach you how to run Cherry Tree High Comedy Club (English version) on your Android device.
What you need:
1. A purchased copy of the CTHCC game for Windows
2. Neko RPGXP Player for Android
3. An Android device
How to install:
1 – Install CTHCC on your Windows desktop / laptop.
2 – Install Neko RPGXP Player on your Android device.
3 – Copy the folder with the game’s assets (.exe, .rgssad etc.) to your Android device. The folder should be in the “/sdcard/KernysRGSS” directory.
4 – Run Neko RPGXP Player and select the Cherry Tree High Comedy Club game.
And you’re done! Enjoy playing!
I’ve been spending the past 2 days testing out various visual novels with Kirikiroid2 and so far a lot do run really well, surprisingly. Here’s a list of a few more titles:
Games that work without any plugins:
Chichi Miko!! Plus 1
Otomaid @ Cafe
Mirai no Kimi to, Subete no Uta ni
Rin ga Utau, Mirai no Neiro
Mirai no Uta to, Tsunagaru Hitomi
Translator: Muzukashii Nippongo Wakaranai
Translator: Dark Eye Translations
Niji no Kanata ni
Translator: Tengu Translations
Translator: Rogue Translator
Translator: Amaterasu Translations
Games that need plugins to run:
My Girlfriend is the President
My Girlfriend is the President Fan Disc
Plugin for both games can be found here.
Last month I posted about Kirikiroid2, the KiriKiri2 emulator for Android devices:
Crysis99 from Fuwanovel shed some light on how to make it run properly. Credits to him:
Finally, we have a somewhat decent KiriKiri 2 engine for Android. I was browsing through Sakamoto's website, and came across one of his posts about it. I won't be talking much about it, but instead on how you can play the free version. The site has two different sites link for downloading, the Google play site and the Baidu site. At first, I didn't know, but there are two different versions, but after reading in the forums (It's mostly in Chinese), I found out why the baidu download didn't work. The two versions, the paid one in the Play Store, and the Ad-driven Chinese version. Chances are, (unless your phone is in Chinese), the app will crash if you try to launch the free version. That's because the developers intended it for the Play-Store-less China users. If you haven't guessed already, all you have to do to bypass this is simply change your language to 中文(简体） [Simplified Chinese]， and perhaps also your region to China time (GMT+8:00, 中国标准时间）.
So there you have it. I’ll be updating the previous post to reflect the changes; but in the meantime, enjoy running high-quality visual novels on your Android device.
With the Japanese version released in 1996 by Aaru for the PC-98 and a year later for Windows, one of the biggest mysteries about Rose Blood ~Chi no Kawaki~ the release of the English version. Some sources state that it received a separate release, while others believe it was included in a dual-language release alongside the Japanese version. Whatever it is, an English version does in fact, exist.
If you have any info on the mysterious English release, do post in the comments below. Check out Rose Blood ~Chi no Kawaki~ on VNDB.
Pretty much a boring day for me, but otherwise I’ve uploaded a few more visual novels on my blog (Japanese language ONLY):
For the guys:
SkyFish X’mas Present: Previously only available during X’mas period.
For the girls:
Cage -Fool-: Previously only available during April Fools’.
Osu-Boys!! ~Ikemen Ryoujoku ☆ Paradise~: Same as above.
As usual, they’re on the Windows Visual Novel Downloads section.