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Author Topic: Chacha/Gokinjo/Tadaima  (Read 5809 times)
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« on: July 20, 2014, 02:27:59 AM »

Hello everyone. My goal is to hopefully open some discussion on what I believe to be some of the last sfc games that have still not recieved the english treatment and is not actively being worked on. I encourage discussion and hope these games get enough attention that someone abled might pick one up.  :)

The first game is Akazukin Chacha

Check out these videos below
Boss battle

This game has a really nice presentation. It's based off of an the anime of the same name. It also has that silly anime humor in it that we all love. The music is also superb. The soundtrack is on youtube for those interested in checking it out. Lastly the gameplay department looks like a lot of fun! The spells you get continue to get stronger and the whole superwitch thing is cool. Years and years ago Otaku GT was working on it but that was a long time ago and they disappeared so I really hope someone picks this one up and sees it to completion.

Next is Gokinjo Boukentai.

This game also has a great presentation and looks like a lot of fun. KingMike said he tried to get it translated in the past but was unable to find am dedicated translator. One of the cool features about this game is the level of interaction you can have with your environment. Below is a review that explains much more in better detail.

Gokinjo looks to be another fun and unique game that deserves its place in the english speaking world if someone is gracious enough to work on it.

Finally, Tadaima Yuusha Botsuchuu Okawari

That's right people, I'm talking Dice!

I have to be honest, I have not tried this game but, I found a review for it, looked into it a little bit, and from what I found it looks like a very interesting game. Gideon is working on something similar with Sugoro Quest ++ Dicenics, but this game has it's own flavor, personality, and charm.

Here's the review I found that does a really good job and explaining more about it.

It sounds like it has very intricate and complex mechanics. It looks to be quite a project. Bongo over at Dynamic-Designs looked into it and said there was a lot of nasty compression and called the developers a-holes. :P It does look neat though and I think it needs more broad exposure to catch our attention on what could be another gem in the sfc library of untranslated games.

Check out these videos to get a better idea of what this game is all about
Demo and starting a new game

Well that's it for now! If you know anything about or related to these games please share. I welcome any and all discussion. The more people who know about these games the better the attention they will get. I am doing my part the only way I know how since I am not a hacker or translator. I also posted these games and others on other forums such as Dynamic-Designs and Translation Corporation so check out the discussion there too if they catch your interest.
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« Reply #1 on: July 20, 2014, 08:09:36 AM »

Don't you think I already have more than enough on my plate?
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« Reply #2 on: July 20, 2014, 11:43:32 AM »

Don't you think I already have more than enough on my plate?

Absolutely! You have more on your plate than anyone else and I'm not suggesting that you take these on. :) That doesn't mean though that these potential gems might be possible projects later though for you or anyone else. ;) I'm just spreading the word and hoping that you and the other awesome hackers out there might find some of these games and pick them up at your convenience. To be honest, many of the games I intend to spread the word on I didn't even know about until recently when I was looking pretty deep into the sfc library to see if there was any great games left waiting to be discovered for the snes/sfc english community. I found these and several more to my delight. Thanks for doing what you do. :)
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