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March 25th, 2008, by zalas
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GamePatch has posted an update on the current status of their projects on their website. In short, Shuffle! is placed on hold until heklin comes back approximately in late summer of this year, and the previous effort on Really? Really! reported previously is now a part of GamePatch, with a Tick Tack preview patch on the way.

The three games that GamePatch is working on are all from Project Navel, a company formed by people formerly from BasiL. In the first game, Shuffle!, Rin Tsuchimi is beset by two marriage proposals, one from the king of the gods to marry his daughter and one from the king of the demons to marry his daughter. The game has five different routes, depending on the girl you “pick”.

The second game, Tick! Tack! is a side story that happens after the Nerine route, where the gang travel back in time by accident to before Nerine was born. The third game, Really? Really! takes place after the Kaede route, after Kaede had her memories mixed up.

GamePatch was originally an effort started by heklin back in 2005 to translate Shuffle!. He had translated the entire game, but had gone missing from time to time, leaving the game script in an unedited state. Currently, heklin does not have easy access to Internet where he is right now, but hopes to be back around late summer to pick up where he left off. The latest member of GamePatch is kaede-chan, who had started a Really? Really! translation recently. With its latest staff member, GamePatch will now be working on both Tick! Tack! and Really? Really!, and hope to bring out a small sneak peak translation release of Tick! Tack! in the near future.


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  1. joki Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 5:30 pm

    he’s in japan but don’t have easy access to internet? …

  2. Moogy Says:
    March 28th, 2008 at 3:23 pm

    shuffle patch = dnf

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