Type: War Strategy Game
Recruitable Characters: 80
Story Mode: 41
Wriggle, Mystia, Rumia
Forest of Magic Team
Alice, Shanghai, Hourai
Human Village Corps
Keine, Akyu, Aya
Yuyuko, Youmu, Lunasa, Merline, Lyrica, Lily
Strongest Fairy Army
Cirno, Letty, Daiyousei, Sunny, Luna, Star
Kaguya, Eirin, Reisen, Tewi, Mokou
Doll Liberation Front
Remilia, Sakuya, Patchouli, Meiling, Koakuma, Flandre
Chen, Ran, Yukari
Main Game Bonuses: 4
Suika, Mima, Maribel, Renko
In National Mode Factions: 15
Makai Goddess Army
Shinki, Yumeko, Young Alice, Yuki, Mai, Louise, Sara
Mountain of Gods
Kanako, Suwako, Sanae, Momiji, Nitori, Hina, Minoriko, Shizuha
National Mode Bonuses: 20
Iku, Tenshi, Kisume, Yamame, Parsee, Yuugi, Satori, Rin, Utsuho, Koishi, Nazrin, Kogasa, Ichirin, Minamitsu, Shou, Byakuren, Nue, Toyohime, Yorihime, Hatate
Instructions pack (included in download)
Includes manuals with detailed instructions for each of the menus, how to battle, and what happens between your turns.
Clear Data (included in download)
This goes in your Sengoku Gensokyo -> Save folder. Also, it doesn't overwrite saved game data, it just flags the game as cleared, unlocking the extra stuff:
* National Mode
* Difficulty Select for Story Mode
* Extras Section
Plot Point: Yukari has distributed a letter throughout all of Gensokyo, setting rules for a team-based wargame for those who are bored of nothing but typical spell card rules, promising to grant any one wish for the team who wins. Those who are weak individually but strong in a group decide this provides an excellent opportunity; others simply want to prove their points; still others want the promised wish. But, for only the second time in Touhou history (the first being "Labyrinth of Touhou"), the entire Touhou cast is involved...because now, Gensokyo is at WAR.
How It Works: This is a point-and-click strategy game (left-click to confirm, right-click to cancel); in the main Story Mode, generally speaking, you play the role of the Hakurei Shrine faction, and declare war, battle against, and capture the other factions' territories until you win by having the entire map under your control. For all the details you could possibly need, go grab the Instruction Pack from the Extras section on the left. This game may look something like "Risk" at first glance, but trust me: 1) it plays nothing like it, and 2) it takes a lot longer (Story Mode does, anyway).
Clear the game. Simply clearing the main Story Mode game unlocks all of the following:
* National Mode. A setup that emulates a multiplayer experience; all regions start off occupied, and factions are no longer concerned only with you; they'll attack each other now as well. National Mode comes with the bonus characters on the left (and thus some bonus factions, as well), and lots of ways to tweak things; you can set how many and which factions will be present and change their starting memberlists, and you also get to play as any faction you'd like. National Mode can use characters you've created yourself in the game's Extras section. To get to it, click "Start" on the main menu, and it will now ask you which mode you'd like to play (Story Mode or National Mode).
* Difficulty Select for Story Mode. Was the default setting of Normal too easy for you? Now when you start a new Story Mode game, it will ask if you'd still like to play Normal, or if you'd prefer Hard or Lunatic.
* Extras Section. Check out the CG art, videos, and character art; you've also earned the right to tweak the statistics of the characters you can hire in both Story and National Modes, and can also create new characters for use in National Mode. (When you start a new game, regardless of mode, it will ask you whether you'd like to use the official default data, or the edited data you tweaked.)