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  1. Release Information
    Type: Vertical Bullet Hell Shooter
    Developer: ido, Yuuyu Hatsuke
    Publisher: ido, Yuuyu Hatsuke
    Release: August 2012
    Language: Japanese | English (Patched)
    Default Controls
    Arrow Keys: Movement
    Z: Fire / Select
    X: Bomb
    Shift: Focus Movement
    Esc: Pause
    Ctrl: Skip Dialogue
    Home: Take Screenshot
    R: Return to Title
    F12: Shutdown Game
    The Last Comer is a standard Touhou game, featuring 6 bosses and an Extra. It also features cameos from a variety of sources and original characters. The music was composed by WanWan and is therefore awesome. The main plot point is Christianity. The rest is for you to discover while you play through.
    Plot Point: A meteor has landed in Gensokyo, so girls go and investigate.
    How It Works: This game is special because of its Grudge gauge. Stars fall from the sky gradually as you progress through a stage. When the gauge is full, you gain invincibility and deal massive damage + effects based on your player character. Reimu, Marisa, and Sakuya are playable. 

    Official Site: Link (Japanese)
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  2. Release Information
    Type: Action/Platform
    Developer:  黄昏フロンティア
    Publisher: 黄昏フロンティア
    Release: Comiket 78, on August 14, 2010
    Version: 1.10 (includes Extra Stages)
    Language: Japanese (Is a patch coming...?)

    Character Information
    Playable Characters: 1
    Powers Borrowed: 4
    (Reimu, Reisen, Suwako, Tenshi)
    Plot Point:  Marisa has come home with 6 magical mushrooms she intends to make some kind of potion with, but when she pops them in the oven, it explodes, scattering her mushrooms all over the place!  She quickly departs to go get them back.
    How It Works:  Like "Super Mario World," you clear stages to advance on the map; also similarly, some stages have alternate exits.  You'll also acquire power-ups that allow you to borrow powers from other Gensokyo girls, similar in manner to Super Mario Land 1 & 2.
    Extra Notes:  If you acquire all the red stars in any given world, you're rewarded with access to that world's Extra Stage, which feature somewhat easy-end Kaizo Mario mechanics.
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  3. Release Information
    Type: Old-School RPG 
    Developer: Nise Eikoku Shinshidan
    Publisher: Nise Eikoku Shinshidan
    Release: 2009
    Version: Special Disc 3.01
    Language: English-Patched   Character Information
    Playable Characters: 40
    (Reimu, Marisa, Remilia, Sakuya, Patchouli, Chen, Meiling, Cirno, Minoriko, Youmu, Alice, Wriggle, Yuugi, Aya, Iku, Komachi, Suwako, Sanae, Nitori, Ran, Reisen, Eirin, Tenshi, Mokou, Flandre, Rin, Suika, Yuyuko, Kaguya, Yukari, Rinnosuke, Renko, Maribel, Utsuho, Kanako, Yuka, Mystia, Keina, and Shikieki.)   Extras
    *My New Manual is included, but is seperatedly downloadable here too in case you're considering getting it but want all the details before downloading. It's far more helpful than the old English-translated manual and offering it seperately here sees to it that I can keep the detaied stuff off this page.
    *CharaGraphs: Included in the game download is not one but all seven CharaGraph packs I previously offered separately (in the Spare CharaGraphs folder), and my own ModPack with names and tags is already inn the main CharaGraph folder as the default set.   Description
    Plot Point:  A strange dimensional pocket has appeared above the Scarlet Devil Mansion.  Its appearance is very menacing, and it feels like it's bad news.  Our girls go inside to investigate why it's there and who's behind it.
    How It Works:  It's a classic dungeon-crawling game in the style of "Dragon Warrior."  You prepare in Gensokyo, then head down into the dungeon to explore, battle, and find treasure until you're unable to continue further and decide to warp back to town.  Relay Points allow you to start from further in.
    Extra Notes:  There are two font files included in the download, which you need to install to your Windows -> Fonts folder; also, this game will run without AppLocale, but if you want the fun Kakupoptai font seen in the screenshots to display properly, you must bother to run it through AppLocale.
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  4. Release Information
    Type: Final Fantasy VI-type RPG
    Developer: Strawberry Bose
    Publisher: AQUA STYLE
    Release: Reitaisai 9, May 27, 2012
    Language: Partially translated to English, Japanese
    Version: 2.11 (already patched)
    (TouhouWiki Walkthrough)
    Main Party Members(18)
    Reimu, Meiling, Yukari, Byakuren, Marisa, Sunny, Remilia, Youmu, Yuyuko, Patchouli, Yuuka, Sanae, Nitori, Shikieiki, Utsuho, Mokou, Suika, Kogasa

    Characters as Shikigami(47)
    Ichirin, Mystia, Letty, Lunasa, Merlin, Lyrica, Minoriko, Shizuha, Sakuya, Kanako, Suwako, Cirno, Lily White, Keine, Yuugi, Hina, Nue, Iku, Tenshi, Aya, Hatate, Tewi, Reisen, Alice, Koakuma, Mima, Shou, Eirin, Rumia, Satori, Koishi, Yamame, Parsee, Medicine, Flandre, Kisume, Daiyousei, Momiji, PC-98 Marisa, Akyu

    Confirmed Healing Shikigami (7):
    Minoriko (single/all), Ran (horizontal line), Luna (AOE), Satori (AOE), Eirin (type(s) unconfirmed), Parsee (single) [There's also a multi-elemental wild shikigami you find in a chest early on that can heal single targets.]

    Confirmed Status Recovery Shikigami (4):
    Letty, Minoriko, Star, Parsee (entire party).
    Confirmed Resurrection Shikigami (2):
    Rin, Star.

    Map for More Than Directions:
    Once you get past the game's prologue gameplay (the appearance of the Towers), for a rather long time, the only save point you'll have is at your shrine - this is because once you've explored the new layout a bit and your girls start getting some idea where things are now, you can use the map to fly to places you've been to (including back and forth to and from the temple so you can save/replenish MP). To do this, open the map (press Start), move the cursor to the general area, and press (A); it will ask you which sub-area you'd like to fly to. If you've been to more than one tier of Reformed Gensokyo, you can hit (L)/(R) to switch tier maps so you can fly from one to another. The only place you cannot fly is inside the Towers themselves.

    You won't complain of a lack of shikigami.
    Not only are there tons of character shikigami, but once you acquire shikigami Satori by clearing any of the game's three Towers, she will randomly give you opportunities to recruit monsters you fight as long as she's equipped.
    You MUST run the game in AppLocale if you want the game to run.
    Plot Point: Humans and youkai are disappearing from Gensokyo mysteriously! Several of the girls have noticed the goings-on, and embark to find the source and end this incident.
    How It Works:  When the game begins, you will choose one of four protagonists - Reimu, Yukari, Byakuren, or Meiling - and play from their perspective. Throughout the lengthy game, you will recruit new members and shikigami (more on that below), locate equipment, fight regular monsters and bosses.
    Other Notes: Like Labyrinth of Touhou, there are no consumable items (though your HP is replenished at the end of each battle since you can't use magic outside of battle), but unlike Labyrinth of Touhou, there's a good amount of healing magic, and you can resurrect dead characters if you have the right spells for it.
    Shikigami System: This game works on a shikigami system; you can have up to 5 main party members, who are responsible for your physical attacks (and take all the damage), and each of them can equip up to 3 shikigami characters who cast magic for them. More details on how to battle and stuff like that are found in my instructions pack, in the left column.
    This is a video of one of the Tower bosses on Reimu's route (you'll know what the Towers are when they appear in-game, trust me). This player uses one of the Tank formations, using Mokou as the tank.
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  5. Release Information
    Type: RPG
    Developer: Tokushu Soukou Tai
    Publisher: Tokushu Soukou Tai
    Release: Comiket 79, December 30, 2010
    Language: Japanese
    Version: 1.02
    Character Information
    (Akyuu, Alice, Byakuren, Cirno, Eiki, Eirin, Iku, Hina, Keine, Kaguya, Kanako, Koakuma, Koishi, Marisa, Mokou, Momiji, Murasa, Mystia, Nitori, Nue, Utsuho, Rin, Patchouli, Reimu, Remilia, Rumia, Sakuya, Sanae, Satori, Shanghai Doll, Suwako, Suika, Tewi, Tenshi, Reisen, Yamame, Yukari)
    Arrow Keys: Movement
    ?: Menu
    Z: Cancel
    Ctrl: Speed-up game
    Q: Rotate angle counter-clockwise
    W: Rotate angle clockwise
    F9: Return to Title Screen
    X: Select
    Space: Screenshot
    Plot: Gather books that other youkai have because Eiki is curious about the notes left in said books.
    How It Works: You start the game as Akyuu and have your choice of some characters to bring with you. (More-or-less for protection because Akyuu is too weak) After that you travel to various places (On the place select, the bottom one is the shop mind you) and beat up the youkai who live there. Every 5 stages you are allowed to leave after you beat up that youkai. After 3, sometimes 4 or 5, boss fights in an area you receive either a Japanese version of "Your princess is in another castle" or you get a book. Mainly it is the former that happens. After gathering the books you win, blah blah blah usual ending here. If you played Tendou Blade then it is the exact same with prettier graphics.
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  6. Release Information
    Type: RPG
    Developer: Strawberry Bose
    Publisher: Strawberry Bose
    Release: May 27,2012
    Language: English-Patched
    Version: Weekend, Ver. 3.0

    AKA Touhou Soujinengi Shuumatsu - The Genius of Sappheiros Weekend
    Character Information
    Playable Characters: 12
    These characters are all unlocked during the story, but Byakuren & Mokou can be unlocked earlier, if certain conditions are fulfilled...
    (Reimu, Sanae, Aya, Marisa, Patchouli, Sakuya, Nitori, Alice, Satori, Youmu, Byakuren, Mokou)

    Expansion Characters
    The following 5 characters can only be used after you unlock them in the Expansion-only content. "???" is a Genius of Sappheiros original character.
    (Yuugi, Cirno, Reisen, Remilia, and ???)
    Plot Point: It's a normal day in Gensokyo when Reimu Hakurei notices a strange fog rolling in. All across Gensokyo, residents witness this fog weakening and killing a great many lesser youkai. At the behest of Yukari Yakumo, she joins forces with Marisa Kirisame, Sanae Kochiya, and Aya Shameimaru to investigate the fog's appearance... (from Touhou wiki)
    How it Works: You choose a party of 5 characters, with a 6th character, the Commander, helping out via support abilities. You head though various dungeons (also called Stages) and fight enemies in turn-based RPG-style combat. As you win battles you gain experience and level up, sometimes learning abilities. However, you also earn "Power" as you level up, and these points can be put, and taken out of, into 14 different categories (4 personal, 4 weapon-types, and the 6 stat types) to increase your stats or learn other abilities.   Extra EXTRA notes

    Unlocking Fujiwara no Mokou early: After visiting Akyuu for the first time, talk to her again. The Bamboo Forest maze will appear to the west; head there, and travel through the forest in accordance with the Konami Code (Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right) to find Mokou.
    Unlocking Byakuren Hijiri early: Head to Myouren-Ji, the building in the southeast where Minamitsu Murasa is standing. Wait in this building for a full hour of real time and a cutscene will trigger in which Byakuren will join.

    You do not need to visit the SDM, Stage 1, (or visit Akyuu for Byakuren) to unlock those characters. However, it must be noted that the player must visit Akyuu once more after getting the recipes in order to unlock Mokou. Also, they will automatically join your party right before stage 9 (Mokou) and 11 (Byakuren) respectively if you do not recruit them before then. (~ Taken from the Touhou Wiki, and shortened slightly for space)
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  7. Release Information
    Type: Adventure / RPG
    Developer: Aichiya Sanae
    Publisher: Aichiya Sanae
    Release: Varied/Under Development
    Language: English
    Default Controls
    [Arrow Keys]: D-Pad / Movement and Selection
    Z: A / Confirm
    X: B / Cancel
    A: Left Shoulder / Shift Selection
    L: Right Shoulder / Shift Selection
    Backspace: Select / Item Hotkey
    Enter: Start / Menu
    Spacebar: Speed Up
    F12: Take Screenshot   Extras
      Supplements from Touhou Wiki
    * Touhoudex
    * Locations
    * Type Chart   Description
    Plot Point: Patchouli gets tired of Marisa stealing her books, so she creates an army of sentient puppets based on the residents of Gensokyo to guard her library. Marisa steals the information needed to create her own army of the puppets, and in a fit, Patchouli destroys both armies and the knowledge of how to create them. The puppets recreate and fill Gensokyo, becoming akin to pets.
    How It Works: Since these are a set of Pokemon clones, the gameplay should feel familiar. The player starts off with a puppet and gathers more along the way, fighting their way through a series of dungeons and gyms before reaching the Elite Four and becoming the Champion. The same types have been kept, since these are the 1.5x versions of Touhoumon. World Link corresponds to Emerald, Another World and Puppet Play to Fire Red, and Marisa's Magic World to Ruby.  
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  8. Release Information
    Type: Action, RPG
    Developer: Kouryokutei
    Publisher: Kouryokutei
    Release: 2012
    Language: English
    Version: 1.02
    Character Information
    (Alice, Aya, Cirno, Eiki, Eirin, Flandre, Iku, Kaguya, Kanako, Koishi, Komachi, Letty, Lily White, Marisa, Meiling, Minoriko, Mokou, Momiji, Mystia, Nitori, Utsuho, Rin, Patchouli, Reimu, Remilia, Rumia, Sakuya, Sanae, Satori, Shizuha, Suwako, Tewi, Tenshi, Reisen, Youmu, Yuuka, Yuyuko)
    Mouse: Movement
    Mouse Wheel: Dodge Roll
    Left Click: Attack
    Right Click: Weapon Special
    Spacebar: Menu
    P: Pauses Game
    ?: Locks cursor in place
    Concept: A large cave sporting many different environments has popped up, and the girls are very eager to explore it! As time goes on, fake girls show up, and the cave is proving to have corrupting qualities. Think of Touhou Hack and Slash in terms of general gameplay.
    How It Works: As noted from the title, this game is reminiscent of Blizzard's Diablo. You explore the one dungeon (the cave) and kill monsters in a hack and slash style. At first you control Reimu and Marisa, but you can swap partners with any of the girls in town and the other areas you will unlock. You can switch places with your partner as well, allowing you to build your own two-person team. Patches:
    The game should hopefully be patched in English and with the Oni patch.
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  9. Release Information
    Type: RPG
    Developer: Moe Touhou
    Publisher: Moe Touhou
    Release: December 10th, 2009
    Language: English Patched
    This game requires you to switch your computer's locale to "Simplified Chinese PRC." Other locales will not work, and AppLocale will not make it work, either.
    The Artifactgaming Link doesn't have the BGM problem the Mega Link has... but it still needs "Simplified Chinese PRC"
    Plot Point: The season is summer, but for some reason snow is still falling. Marisa's Detective Agency (Marisa, Alice, Patchouli, Flandre) has been holed up in the Hakurei Shrine, and Reimu wants them to stop freeloading, so she kicks them out and tells them to go find out why it's still snowing. However, before they leave Mokou & Keine show up and request that the Detectives go find Mokou's "fiery core" that has gone missing. Mokou, who can't fight without her core, decides to go with the girls, and leaves Keine at the shrine with Reimu as a "registration fee".

    How it Works: It plays like a basic role-playing game for the most part. You go around fighting battles (with enemies that are seen on the field), buying equipment & spellcards, and making items at Reimu's shrine through alchemy.  
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  10. Release Information
    Type: War Strategy Game
    Developer: Coolier
    Publisher: Coolier
    Released: 2007
    Language: English
    Version: 1.30b
    Recruitable Characters: 80
    Story Mode: 41
    Hakurei Shrine
    Reimu, Marisa
    Youkai Army
    Wriggle, Mystia, Rumia
    Forest of Magic Team
    Alice, Shanghai, Hourai
    Human Village Corps
    Keine, Akyu, Aya
    Higan Guard
    Sikieiki, Komachi
    Hakugyokurou Hades
    Yuyuko, Youmu, Lunasa, Merline, Lyrica, Lily
    Strongest Fairy Army
    Cirno, Letty, Daiyousei, Sunny, Luna, Star
    Eientei Forest
    Kaguya, Eirin, Reisen, Tewi, Mokou
    Doll Liberation Front
    Medicine, Yuka
    Crimson SDM
    Remilia, Sakuya, Patchouli, Meiling, Koakuma, Flandre
    Yakumo Clan
    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   Gameplay References Instructions pack (included in download)
    Includes manuals with detailed instructions for each of the menus, how to battle, and what happens between your turns.   Extras
      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   Description
    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).
    Want Extras?
    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.)  
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  11. Release Information
    Type: Turn-based RPG
    Developer: KAMO
    Publisher: KAMO
    Release: Comiket 83, on December 30, 2012
    Language: Japanese/English-patched
    Starting Members
    Reimu, Marisa, Sakuya, Sanae, and Youmu
    Recruitable Characters
    Rumia, Cirno, Meiling, Patchouli, Remilia, Fladre, Chen, Letty, Alice, Lunasa, Merlin, Yuyuko, Ran, Wriggle, Mystia, Keine, Tewi, Mystia, Reisen, Eirin, Kaguya, Mokou, and Suika
    Original Characters
    Rinka Shichine, and Mumu Fugen
    Plot Point: A mist is spreading, causing locals in Gensokyo to fall into a deep endless sleep. Yukari gathers and guides the few remaining souls who remain awake to fight their way through endless waves of enemies as they wake up their friends and bring down the mastermind of this whole incident

    How it Works: You start out the game with Yukari on the left most part of the field. You have the ability to summon any one of the five starting characters to defend Yukari and help in advancing through the dungeon all the way to a gap leading to the next dungeon after defeating the dungeon's leader.

    *Things to take note of*
    The Title Screen: The left button in the main menu starts the game from the last save made (It automatically saves your progress when you quit the game).
    The right button deletes your current save file(do take note that you are only given one save here, and that any progress you've made like unlocked items or recruited characters are lost aside from the progress made when you do so).

    Character Deployment: All characters are manually deployed. There's a limit on the number of characters you can deploy at once, based on the current level of the dungeon which increases as you advance through the stage.

    Not-so-gentle Winds: Every turn a large gust of wind will blow through the field, damaging any units you currently have deployed. Enemies do not take damage from these winds, and the damage itself is based on the stage level. This wind is not present in most dream stages.

    Making friends along the way: There will be gaps that pop up after progressing enough through a dungeon. Clicking it will open up a dungeon selection menu, send your deployed units in to clear the dungeons. Clearing the sub-dungeons between every main dungeon unlocks playable characters as well as giving you a hoard of useful items.

    Leveling up: Do your best to keep your force at full strength. Move at a timely pace and manually level up your characters as they do not level up on their own. Enemies grow stronger and even stronger variants appear as you progress. Keep your units above their level to ensure that your units can take them head on, but don't over-invest on characters as their cost may go too high, leaving no room for assisting units.

    Items: This is a very fundamental point for the game. As you fight enemies, you'll begin to see your units acquire items from their kills. When a unit is not deployed or is recovering, you can edit their inventory and drag in items to increase their strength. Common items drop from enemies all the time, and can even be compressed to take up less space and make room for more items.

    Special items: There are common, uncommon, and unique items in the game. The unique items are the best versions of the stat specific items that give the highest bonus that can possibly be given by a single item at once. Only one of each unique  item can drop, and are only obtainable from dream battles.

    Selling and compressing items: on the right side of the items menu are two things: the item press and the selling compartment. Items that are compressible can be dragged unto the press to make them smaller for a price. You can also sell unneeded items for a rather small sum of money, and if you sell enough items, you're given a consumable item that can be used to expand a unit's inventory by 1 small square.
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  12. Release Information
    Type: Strategy RPG(SRPG)
    Developer: さんぼん堂
    Publisher: さんぼん堂
    Release: Comiket 78, 2010
    Language: English-Patched Version 1.02 Version: 1.1.2   Other Vitals
    Playable Characters(Reimu & Marisa's Story)
    Reimu, Marisa, Nitori, Alice, Keine, Cirno, Daiyousei, Rumia, Youmu, Akyu, and Sakuya.

    *Playable Characters(Sakuya's Story)
    Sakuya, Koakuma, Patchouli, Remilia, Meiling, Alice, Flandre, and Komachi.

    *Please Note: This game can be played with a Playstation controller.   Description
    Plot Point: This game retells Embodiment of Scarlet Devil with the trademark red mist acting in the beginning as the catalyst for plot development; however, there are surprisingly many plot twists, character developments and cameo guest appearances from other games as well as portraying a prologue to Mountain of Faith's story. Altogether, the storyline is beautiful and much more rich in drama compared to the original Embodiment of Scarlet Devil.

    How It Works:  This is a fantastic little SRPG done in the style of the "Super Robot Taisen" series.  It works like you would expect a traditional SRPG to, except with expected Touhou elements; for example, if an enemy puts up a danmaku field, your girls will take penalties if they wander in without Focusing first, which negates said penalties.  (Your girls can move much further per turn when Unfocused, of course.)  For each exchange you get into, you can also freely enable or disable the nicely-animated scenes (which take a while to load, but are well-done; I usually enable them for exchanges with bosses).  Super Robot Taisen's "Wife" System also makes an appearance in this game, enabling your girls to learn special abilities beyond normal skills.  Also available are things like upgrading your girls' stats and skills, and four difficulties to choose from (you can also pick Reimu or Marisa as the protagonist).  If you clear the game, it is planned to allow your game-clear save to be able to carry over to the game's future sequel.


    * English manual included.
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  13. Release Information
    Type: Strategy RPG(SRPG)
    Developer: さんぼん堂
    Publisher: さんぼん堂 Release: Comiket 86, August 16, 2014
    Language: Mostly English Prepatched   Default Controls
    Z: Confirms actions/Initiates actions
    X: Cancels actions
    S: Brings up unit status screens/Holding it activates fast forward mode
    A: Toggles unit focus mode
    Q is previous unit
    W is next unit
    Enter: Skips cutscenes Enter places a marker on the map as well
    Shift: brings up a minimap   Description
    Plot Point: This game puts its own spin on the events of Imperishable Night.

    How It Works:  This is a fantastic little SRPG done in the style of the "Super Robot Taisen" series.  It works like you would expect a traditional SRPG to, except with expected Touhou elements; for example, if an enemy puts up a danmaku field, your girls will take penalties if they wander in without Focusing first, which negates said penalties.  (Your girls can move much further per turn when Unfocused, of course.)  For each exchange you get into, you can also freely enable or disable the nicely-animated scenes (which take a while to load, but are well-done; I usually enable them for exchanges with bosses).  You can also upgrade your girls stats using points you earn in each chapter, points are awarded for kills and spellcard breaks, and taken away for unit casualties. There are also wife points, which you generally get 10 of per chapter but you can get 15 if you fulfill special criteria, these wife points can be used to even FURTHER upgrade your girls stats beyond their normal limits. You can pick between Reimu or Marisa as the protag and between the difficulties easy normal hard and lunatic.
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  14. Release Information
    Type: Old-School RPG 
    Developer: Nise Eikoku Shinshidan, CUBETYPE
    Publisher: CUBETYPE
    Release: Main: Comiket 84, on August 12, 2013
                   Plus Disc: Comiket 91, on December 31, 2016
                   Steam:  23 August 2021
    Language: English
    Version: 1.10
    AKA Touhou no Meikyuu 2; Labyrinth of Touhou 2   Description
    Challenge the Great Tree with the maidens of Gensokyo!
    The huge tree that suddenly appeared, the theft of Ame-No-Murakumo, and then...?
    Find the mastermind behind all the recent incidents!
    Choosing from many Touhou Project characters, form and develop a large team of 12, and challenge the powerful foes that stand in your way.
    Many tricky boss battles will be waiting through your journey.
    Choose from over 50 characters to make your perfect party, and head towards the great labyrinth that pierces the skies!
    Lose your way, and yourself, as you utilize the plethora of customization features to spoil your favorite characters rotten!
    Both the acclaimed "Labyrinth of Touhou 2" and its expansion Plus Disk have been combined into one massive game.
    Character graphics have been redrawn, the game is now in full HD, and movement speed and consecutive battle bonus have been increased to enhance the game experience.

    Conquer the Great Tree that spans across more than forty floors, the randomly-generated endless dungeon, as well as two incidents in Gensokyo!
    Maps that are easy for even beginners to get into!
    Enjoy the revised character portraits, and the adorable chibi avatar moving about!

    Choose freely from a roster of over 50 characters, and use both tactics and character customization to claim victory over more than 100 boss battles!
    Make use of each character's unique skills, equipment crafting, status increasing items, level up bonuses... many options are available to build your team just the way you want.
    You can even use special items to teach them various subclasses.
    You can also spend money to increase their status! Perhaps when all else fails, the power of money will prevail...?

    The battles that await you are both beautiful and daunting.
    Choose the best characters and the right tactics for each battle, or ignore efficiency and use only your favorites, the choice is all yours!
    Enjoy the tension while facing down these powerful foes!
    Steam Release
    The game is also available on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1131920/LABYRINTH_OF_TOUHOU__GENSOUKYO_AND_THE_HEAVENPIERCING_TREE/
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  15. Release Information
    Type: Hero Defense
    Developer: www.touhou.cc
    Publisher: www.touhou.cc
    Release: ???
    Language: English(Patch)
    Number of Players: Up to 5
    What it is: A simple Warcraft III Co-op Hero Defense map designed for avid touhou fans.

    How it Works: Wave after wave of enemies will come and attempt to destroy the gate to Remilia's mansion. Your job, along with your friends, is to prevent them from succeeding by holding the line for two and a half hours.

    Heroes/Girls: Very limited selection in this one. Understandable since there can only be up to five players in any one game (Not including the observers). Each girl has a specific and stereotypical purpose in any team combination.

    Item/Recipes: The banners east of the central fountain holds the recipes for every craftable item. The merchants south west of the fountain and far south of the gate holds the purchasable items. (You can't buy items from banners, they only show the resulting items and their recipes)

    Skills: There is a telepad close north of the fountain, use that to access the skill library. Skills are bouught and leveled with power. Power is obtained by leveling up or buying from the fountain.

    Monster Waves: Becomes progressively harder as each one arrives. Do your best to prepare for each wave using items and your small arsenal of abilities.

    Installation: This one's pretty simple. Just drop the file in the "Maps" subfolder located in your Warcraft III folder.(This is often located in 'C:\Program Files\[Name of folder]' unless installed or put elsewhere)

    A Really Big Tip: It's practically impossible to win this game alone even with singleplayer cheats. You'd need at least one partner to tag along.
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  16. Release Information
    Type: Hero Defense
    Developer: www.touhou.cc
    Publisher: www.touhou.cc
    Release: Unknown
    Language: English(Patch)
    Number of Players: Up to 5 on each side
    What it is: It's simply a "Defense of the Ancients" clone with some extra content which differentiate it from the original game.

    How it works: It is based on DotA, thus it is played in a similar manner. The goal of both sides is to make it to the opposing team's shrine and utterly destroy it however way possible.

    Heroes/Girls: You are given a choice among 62 unique girls from the original game to represent the shrine you are assigned to. You directly control/command her, allowing you to utilize her abilities however way you wish.

    Items: Weird. Just weird. These are used to help boost your  survivability in battle in a number of ways. Each Item is unique and it's important to note how some items are more compatible with your girl than others.

    Neutral Monsters: Mostly fairies, really. You'll notice though that most of the regular neutral monsters you find are tributes to original Warcraft III characters, while others being iconic representations of fan culture and such.   Installation: This one's pretty simple. Just drop the file in the "Maps" subfolder located in your Warcraft III folder.(This is often located in 'C:\Program Files\[Name of folder]' unless installed or put elsewhere)    
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  17. Release Information
    Type: 2.5D/3D Arena Fighting
    Developer: CUBE TYPE
    Publisher: CUBE TYPE
    Release: Comiket 82, August 11, 2012
    Version: 1.01
    Language: Japanese
    Character Information
    Playable Characters: 8
    (Reimu, Marisa, Sakuya, Remilia, Alice, Youmu, Suwako, Sanae, Utsuho)
    Default Controls
    Can be changed via engine.
    Arrow Keys: Navigation, movement Z: In-game (Basic bullet), Menu (Yes) X: In-game (Advanced bullet), Menu (No) ?: Special bullet A: Clears area of bullets, consumes charge S: Spellcard Activation Z+X+C: Spellcard Activation Shift: Focus (Also changes the shots of Z, X, C while focused) Space: Dash (Also changes the shots of Z, X, C while dashing) Description
    The more power you accumulate, the more powerful your abilities are. 
    Charge is required for spellcard activation, clearing bullets, and special bullets. 
    Grazing gives you charge. C button consumes charge. In regular battle, you basically have a total of 9 shots. Three from regular movement, focus and during dash. (Z, X, C). You are not invulnerable when you dash.
    Spellcard Activator
    You must have at least one bar of charge filled. The more charge you have, the longer the spell card duration and substitute life you possess until spell break. You will have substitute vitality depending on how much charge you used for activation. During spellcard, you have six shots. The Z, X, C bullets and the focused versions. Movement is inhibited severely. When you move for some characters, aiming can be thrown off. I.E. Master Spark Consumes all charges. Usage consumes one bomb. Against a Spellcard
    Only two shots. Z and the focused version. Can press C to bomb and become invulnerable, deal damage and clear bullets. Consumes one bomb. Breaking a spellcard rewards you with power and charge. Melee
    If you or the enemy overlaps each others blue or red circle. You can melee with Z or X.
    Heads Up
    Don't expect yourself to dodge like a pro. You will get shot down.
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  18. Release Information
    Type: RTS
    Developer: Neetpia
    Publisher: Neetpia
    Release: Comiket 80, August 13, 2011
    Language: English-Patched
    Default Controls
    Mouse: Controls all of the game with help from keyboard hotkeys
    Shift: Hold to make 5 of a unit at a time
    Esc: Opens pause menu, or exits game if on title screen.
    Touhou Boushuen, literally translated as Eastern Feast, is a real time strategy based upon Age of Empire series. Player have to collect resources, build up units and then destroy the enemy. There are 11 factions and the player starts with the leader in easy mode for scouting purposes. Upon reaching the normal mode the leaders have additional passive abilities. These abilities have a cooldown time, but the player can use an ability again before the cooldown is up at the cost of a significant number of points.

    Mildly Important Things: In order to prevent a crash you have to change something in control panel. Go into control panel, find "Clock,Language,and Region" Click on it. Find "Change date,time, or number formats" Click it. Change the top most dropdown box to Japanese(Japan) and apply.
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  19. Release Information
    Type: Realtime Strategy
    Developer: Tasogare Frontier
    Publisher: Tasogare Frontier
    Release: 2007
    Language: English-Patched
    Other Vitals
    Playable Characters: 32
    (Colored by type; see "RPS Information," below.)
    EOSD Team
    Meiling, Sakuya, Patchouli, Flandre
    Hakurei Team
    Cirno, Alice, Marisa, Reimu, Suika
    PCB Team
    Chen, Ran, Youmu, Yuyuko, Yukari
    IN Team
    Tewi, Reisen, Eirin, Kaguya, Mokou
    PoFV Team
    Medicine, Yuka, Aya, Komachi, Shikeiki
    MoF Team
    Minoriko, Hina, Nitori, Sanae, Kanako
    Special Extras (2)
    (Available only in Free Select Mode)
    Keine, Suwako   RPS Information
    The three unit affinities work like a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors, and knowing which unit type is better than another can help you make decisions as to which units to buy when you're playing on a difficulty that gives you info as to which enemies are next, so you can attack or defend better:
    * Melee is strong against Danmaku
    * Danmaku is strong against Flying
    * Flying is strong against Melee   Spellcards
    You'll have 5 spellcards that you can use a single time each if you really get in a pinch that grant temporary bonuses; use them depending on exactly what kind of pinch you're in. From left to right:
    * Fire: Damages all enemies in an amount equal to half their max HP (also damages offscreen enemies).
    * Water: Respawn rate of dead units is increased tenfold.
    * Wind: Increases all animation speeds for your units (movement and attack speeds).
    * Metal: The bookshelf becomes temporarily invulnerable: enemies cannot steal books.
    * Earth: Your units gain temporary invulnerability; nothing can harm them.   Special Note
    When computer-controlled, Marisas don't bother with attacks: instead, they go straight for the bookshelf (this applies to all difficulties, so be careful when you're up against a large wave of Marisas!)   Special Modes
    Once you meat the games as all teams and earn Free Select, you also unlock the special Extra modes:
    *100k Mode. Start with 100,000 coins.
    *Swarm Mode. Waves contain even more enemies.
    *Thief Mode. None of the enemies bother attacking: like Marisas, they will now all rush for the bookshelf.
    *Dual Mode. Waves will now consist of a mix of 2 different characters.
    *Surround Mode.Each wave will now come from absolutely everywhere instead of having one particular offscreen area where they spawn from.
    *Boss Rush Mode. "Regular" waves will now consist of 3 normal-level boss characters, and "boss" waves will now consist of one giant boss.
    *Tower Defense Mode. Your units spawn on top of platforms with no way down; enemies will rush for the bookshelves.
    *Endless Mode. Even after the clock reaches midnight, the waves will just keep coming.   Description
    * Please note that this game ONLY runs in an unchangeable 1024x768 resolution; if your monitor's resolution is smaller, there is absolutely no way to change the game's resolution to fit; even attempting to fullscreen it or force 640x480 through compatibility options does not work. Plot Point: Patchouli is sick and tired of Marisa stealing books from the library (tell me something I don't know), so she decides to strengthen its defenses by creating magical dolls to guard the books.  Unfortunately, Marisa stole the book Patchy wrote on how to make the dolls, so everyone else knows how to make them too.  Patchy's only hope is to create as many dolls as she can to defend her last stronghold that is the library.
    How It Works: You start with some gold to purchase your initial supply of units, which spawn at start point(s); each unit is unique, is one of three types (melee, danmaku, or flying), and has special abilities.  You have as much time as you like to determine starting units and positions before starting.  To begin, hit the large [Start] button in the lower-right to start the clock and the battling.  As each wave of enemy units attacks, you can either let your units' proximity reactions go, or you can tell individuals or highlight groups of units and command them to go on the offensive.  Defeating enemy units awards you more gold to make more units so you can handle larger and more powerful enemy groups, whereas if you neglect your duties, the enemies will make it to the bookshelves you're defending - if they steal all the books, it's game over.  When the clock in the upper-right hits midnight, you get a wave of boss-type Marisas as the final wave.  If you manage to fend that off without losing all your books, you win!
    Character Info: At first, you only start with Patchy's own EoSD team, but beating the game as each new team unlocks the next on the list; if you beat the game as all six normal teams, you unlock the 2 special characters and the ability to create a custom team with any characters you want using Free Select Mode.
    Difficulty Info: The game comes with 4 difficulty settings (Easy, Normal, Hard, and Lunatic).  The difficulty you choose determines the following things:
    * Total time.  Easier settings are shorter and less involved; higher difficulties last much longer (the clock moves much slower), forcing more strategy on your part as to who to upgrade or purchase more units for.
    * Time and warnings between waves.  Easier settings provide more time between waves, and provide more info as to what they consist of (Easy tells you everything, including exact character, type, and where they're coming from; upping your difficulty tells you less and less until you get to Lunatic, which tells you absolutely nothing).
    * Wave strength.  Easy is very forgiving; upping your difficulty means stronger waves appear sooner and more frequently.
    * Accessibility of the bookshelf to enemies. Easy puts tons of obstacles in the way, Lunatic hardly gives the enemies anything to walk around at all  
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  20. Release Information
    Type: Tower Defense
    Developer: N-Factory
    Publisher: N-Factory
    Release: 2008
    Language: Japanese
    Default Controls
    Mouse: Controls most of the game allowing you to select and place and navigate menus.
    0-9: Towers
    U: Upgrade Selected Tower
    S: Sell Selected Tower
    N: Start Next Wave
    Space: Pause Menu
    Shift: Hold to only select towers.
    Esc: Instantly Exit Game   Description
      Gameplay: Its a fairly basic tower defense game, you place towers in a wide open area and the enemies follow from one side to the other, your towers can block non flying enemies movement so you can craft sort of mazes with cheap towers if you want.
    You can pick between different characters who each have different towers and you can choose different stages to play on, theres also an extra stage that you can unlock.
    Mildly Important Things: In the Menu the top option returns to game, middle option returns to title, and bottom option restarts current game.
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  21. Brew Information
    Designation: Shooting Game
    Brewed: 2007
    Palette: Mostly Domestic, Some Foreign (i.e., not enough Japanese to really make a difference)
    Made By: The Drinking Party
    Brew Statistics
    Drunkards: 1
    Weaponry: Are those chopsticks...?
    (Yes, yes they are.)
    POC: lolwut?
    (Am I drunk? There're no pickups...)
    What a Friend of a Friend Told Me Happened:
    Boss: Hey there Isami.
    Isami: Oh!  Hey there.  *Minimizes Solitaire window*
    Boss: I've seen you at the bar a couple times.
    Isami: ...Have you?
    Boss: Yeah.  Nothin' wrong with a good drink after work though.  And actually, I wanted to tell you about this really great bar I heard about.  Here's the address.  *Slips her a paper*
    Isami: Uh-huh...thanks and stuff, but what's so great about the place?...THIS...IS...SPARTAAAAA!!
    Boss:  Uh...not quite.  I heard that if you drink 'till dawn there, you'll see a weird world of danmaku, whatever that is.
    Isami: Danmaku?  I've heard of that...I think...is that some kind of sushi?  Or was it a soup?
    Boss: I'm sure Chuck Norris knows; I keep hearing only the really serious drinkers go there.
    Isami:  Okay, then, it's settled!  I'll head out there tonight!  LEEEEROOOOOOY JEEEENKIIIIIIIIINS!!!

    ...It's...kind of like that.  ...I think.   In All Seriousness
    As should have been made quite clear by the main entry, this game is absolutely, positively not to be taken seriously; the idea for this 100% free game came up during a drinking party between Zun and several of his friends (seriously!!); it has only one difficulty setting and one character.  (Thus, it won't ask you to select either; you hit "Game Start" and play begins immediately.  The difficulty is somewhere around an ordinary Touhou game's [Normal] setting.)  Your enemies are food and liquor items, and the game also has an appropriately bizarre scoring and shot powerup system, described below.  These things being said, feel free to play while drunk or tired.

    Anyhow, here's how things work in this zany game.  Reference the gameplay screenie above if necessary.
    * Shooting, Power, and the Beer Gauge: Hold [C] for rapid fire; hold [Z] to charge a barrage of chopsticks (you still hold [Shift] to Focus).  You have a Beer Gauge on the right side of the screen; this starts off empty (you haven't drunk anything yet!!), and slowly fills as you destroy liquor items (beer mugs, sake jars, anything that makes a shattering noise when you destroy it; food items do nothing for your Beer Gauge).  You gain more shot power for each liter of beer you consume, up to 3 liters.  There are no power-up pickup items.
    * Bombing: If you bomb (hit [X]), you spray beer foam all over anything unfortunate enough to be directly above you.  This costs you 1 liter of beer, and penalizes your maximum by 1/10th of a liter for the rest of the stage.
    * The Time Indicator:  The entire left side of the screen is your Time Indicator; the current time, which is a white bar, slowly proceeds from your Entering Time (red bar at the bottom), toward Last Order time (pink bar further up the screen) and Closing Time (red bar at the very top).  There are several reasons this is important.  First of all, dying consumes some extra time (as it's hard for this drunk girl to pick her butt up off the floor).  Second of all, some enemy waves don't appear until the previous wave has either all been destroyed or traveled off the screen, so you must act as quickly as you can, because if you don't get to the boss before Last Call, you get kicked out of the bar, immediately ending the game.  As long as you get to the boss before Last Call, you can fight them all the way up until Closing Time (you have to beat them before the bar closes!), but if you die during a boss fight anytime after Last Call, you get kicked out of the bar at that point.
    * Scoring:  The scoring system is similar to PoFV's combo system; as you continuously shoot down enemies with no break between, the Menu Category goes up, which makes everything worth more money.  Er...yeah...your score is actually the bill Isami is racking up...good luck paying that off. 
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  22. Release Information
    Type: Shooting Game
    Developer: 原色空間
    Publisher: 原色空間
    Release: 2012
    Language: Japanese
    Silhouette on Cover: Mikoto Yaobi (Final Boss)

    Note: All information and photos submitted by ilikepie21k

    Character Information
    Playable Characters: 3
    (Reimu, Marisa, Sanae)
    Shot Types: 3 per character
    POC: Always On; Location depends on Hydrogen (Blue) Measurement Bar
    Boss Gimmicks
    Stage 4 Boss
    - Green and blue outlined bullets flicker in and out as they move.
    - During the 1st and 2nd spellcards, she attacks with familiars shaped as the 2 characters you aren’t playing as and in the last spellcard she attacks with your doppelganger. Stage 5 Boss
    - Uses bubbles during her spellcards as her gimmick which serve a important purpose to your survival and her defeat. Stage 6 Boss
    - Spawns fairies during her spellcards to attack you.
    - In her final spell, she uses fairies and bubbles in conjunction. Extra Stage Boss
    - The extra boss possesses a handful of weird gimmicks. First one is the use of bubbles. How original.
    - Second, her nonspells have train-like wheels of bullets spinning across the screen.
    - Third gimmick is that during one of her survival spells, she moves around, clips off existing bullets around her, and spawns them elsewhere.
    - Fourth appears in her other survival spell. The bullets possess the same color as the background. (Reimu-Black, Marisa-White, Sanae-Rainbow) They won’t appear until they are within close proximity.
    - Her final gimmick possesses an interesting twist that should only be learnt by yourself... Description
    Plot Point: Suddenly, a small lake in Gensokyo turns into a decently-sized salty sea. Reimu, Marisa, and Sanae plunge into the depths to explore and find out what is causing the sea's expansion.
    How it Works: Marine Benefit is a spinoff shooter game and so plays as any Touhou games, except for the addition of special new mechanics.

    Unique Gameplay Mechanics
    Hydrogen and Oxygen System: The Hydrogen and Oxygen System is your way of earning bombs and extra lives in this game. The Hydrogen (Blue) bar is your way of getting bombs and is increased by small and large H items. The Oxygen (Orange) bar is your way of getting lives and is increased by small and large O items. Both are also increased by grazing bullets. The latter method can be abused in a few stages to gain tons of resources and make this game ridiculously easy, even though it is a somewhat a difficult game. The Hydrogen bar is also your POC in this game, and it moves up and down, so adjust your strategy accordingly.
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  23. Release Information
    Type: Rhythm Bullet Hell Shooter
    Developer: 幽々燦々
    Publisher: 幽々燦々
    Release: Comiket 91, December 29th, 2016
    Language: Japanese, with minor English
    Note: These can be changed in the options screen.
    Arrow Keys: Movement/Menu Navigation
    Z: Fire (Hold for Rapid)
    X: Spellcard/Return (Menu)
    A: Fever
    S: Confirm (Menu)
    Esc: Pause
    Plot Point: 
    After a huge earthquake shakes up Gensokyo, Iku Nagae ventures out to find the source of the blast, using her incredible fever skills. 
    This is a cross between a bullet hell and rhythm game. This game is unique because of Iku’s fever ability, which allows her to graze through large waves of bullets safely without getting hit.
    It’s ideal to press the key to the rhythm of the theme playing for points, extra lives, and efficient gameplay.
    Iku has three shot types: Straight, which shoots directly in front of her, Wide, that shoots at a larger angle, and Rolling, which shoots in a circular motion around her. 
    She also has three spell types: Bomb, which shoots a short range projectile that explodes on contact, Thunder, which zaps the closest enemy to Iku in a straight line, and Kaikou, which sends out homing projectiles onto her enemies.
    When not in use Fever Time will regenerate by itself, but players can speed up charging by destroying the enemy and collecting dropped items. If player never loses a life since the beginning of the game and have maximum lives, the player will enter Revolution Mode which is basically similar to Donpachi's additional multiplier score sytem. If the player manages to unlock all secret bonus requirements on a stage, an alternative path can be traversed.
    Iku can choose any combination of shot and bomb types. In addition, Iku has 5 possible movement speeds, selectable before beginning the game.
    The player can earn achievements, depending on each level you complete  and the difficulty. In addition, there are secret achievements for performing  specific actions in each stage. After completing each stage, a boss stage will appear. Survive their attacks to make it to the next stage!
    Menu Navigation:
    Game Start: Starts the game. Difficulties are Easy/Normal/Lunatic.
    Extra: Extra mode. Only available after 1ccing the game.
    Practice: Practice mode.
    Configuration: Adjusts the game to one’s preference.
    Replay: Shows past runs of the game.
    Chronicle: Shows high scores, play data, and achievements.
    End: Quits the game.
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  24. Release Information
    Type: 3D Real-time Puzzle
    Developer: illuCalab
    Publisher: illuCalab
    Release: Comiket 81, Dec 29, 2011
    Version: 1.033
    Language: Japanese

    Character Information
    Playable Characters: 1

    For you people who know the game "Intelligent Qube" and liked it. This game is for you.
    There are nine stages and completing them all will unlock "Extra" mode. In extra mode, everything is the same EXCEPT your camera will not be a bird's eye 3rd person view. It will be at eye level behind Cirno in 3rd person. This severely increases difficulty and inhibits your ability. The only way to see a top view of the blocks at this point is to speed up blocks.

    As you play the game, you'll be rewarded with coins which can be spent on several things.

    * 3 Coins: Pause (If you do not have enough coins, the screen will go opaque)
    * 30 Coins: Continue
    * 15 Coins: Enhanced Mine (Press and Hold Z then X to change your normal Mine into an Enhanced Mine. This will also reduce your I.⑨ by 1.)   Plot Point
    In the wet and cold lands of Misty Lake.  There lives a ice fairy named Cirno.  On a whim, she decides to partake in a game where it will determine whether she is a cretin or an ingenious sprite.

    How it Works The goal of the game is simple.
    * Destroy all of the blocks aside from the black-colored Forbidden Blocks.

    * Destroying a green cube will place an Enhanced Mine where the cube was destroyed.  It will then leave a marked green spot in which you can detonate for a 3x3 explosion with it at its center.

    * You will be penalized for destroying Forbidden Cubes or allowing other cubes to pass you and fall off the edge of the stage.
            - For each Forbidden Cube you destroy, a row of the stage will crumble.
            - For each set number of other cubes you let pass you, a row of the stage will crumble.

    * You will be granted an additional row onto the stage if you manage to clear a wave of cubes flawlessly (no Forbidden Cubes destroyed and all other cubes destroyed).

    * Getting crushed by the cubes will cause them to speed towards the end of the stage, only stopping for when you set off a mine, ultimately causing you to lose your Perfect completion bonus as well as possible rows due to failing to capture the remaining cubes.

    * Completing the round above the limited turns will not cause a negative affect on the game.  It will only reduce your end IQ score.

    * Once you destroy a block, the limit turn will start ticking so this gives you time to plan your moves.

    *  The game is over if you fall off the edge of the stage.
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  25. Release Information
    Type: Chess-like Strategy
    Developer: INSIDE SYSTEM
    Publisher: INSIDE SYSTEM
    Release: Comiket 82, 2012
    Language: Japanese
    This may not be completely obvious at first (or maybe it is, depends on you), but the artwork for the characters were done by different people. So yeah, that's why, say Satori and Cirno, look QUITE different from say Reimu & Marisa.
    Plot Point: Dunno really, besides the fact that it involves clones of some sort. So yeah, sorry. Also, I've never really done the story. Just the offline play.

    How it Works: Well, battles are set up like a chess board, with your units on one side, and your opponents on the opposite. You each take turns moving your units and "attacking" your opponents. However, unlike in chess, when you move your piece onto an enemies piece, combat begins! This is where your units stats come into play.

    Knowing your units' stats:

    Card ( カード): When you are attack during a battle, your character draws a numbered card. They can possibly draw from 1, up to their Card stat.

    Pow(パワ): If your attack goes through, it deals some number of damage in your Pow range.

    Graze(グレイズ): This is I guess what you would call the defensive stat. When your opponent attacks, and for example let's say they draw a "4", if your Graze is "6" you take NO damage. At all. Attacks in this game are hit-or-miss. Note: Same number means a hit.

    Life(ライフ): This is just simply your characters HP. After winning a battle, some HP is restored.

    Joker:  You may notice that some units have a (JOKER) in their status menu. This means when attacking their is a, slight chance of drawing the Joker card, which is instant death for your opponent.

    +1 Bonus:  This bonus is given to whatever unit started the battle. It temporarily, for the length of the battle, raises your Card stat by 1.

    Spell(スペル): You may notice that some characters, after moving, have a choice of some sort. These are "Spellcards", and they can be used, mainly to either heal your allies, or to deal damage to your opponent. If you highlight the spellcard's name, then you'll be shown the range. Under the info box, a description will pop up telling you how much it can heal for/how much damage might happen. So, yeah. You'll see some japanese text in red, with a big "10-30" in it, which means it will deal between 10 and 30 points of damage. Red name= damage. Green name = heal.
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