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A translation team organized on TLWiki has released a full fan translation of Hanachirasu, a relatively short adult visual novel released by Nitro+ in 2005. The released patch translates the full story, although an included mini game remains untranslated. Another release of the patch is planned to take care of some minor details, such as adding support for an English locale and translating the right click menu. The fan translation patch is not stand alone, and requires an installation of the Japanese release of the game.
TLWiki has released a full translation patch for the PC version of Remember11 -the age of infinity-, a visual novel developed by KID as part of the Infinity series. Remember11 is a science fiction and mystery thriller set in the near future, originally created for the PS2 in 2006 and rereleased for the PC two years later. The other titles in the Infinity franchise are Never7 -the end of infinity- and Ever17 -the out of infinity-, the latter having been commercially translated by the now defunct Hirameki International Group.
June 20th, 2010, by in Translation
After a previous attempt to translate Katahane stalled back in January on the TLWiki, a new translator, Yeah321, has decided to pick up the title from where the previous translator stalled. The old translator, “I failed jp302″, translated roughly ten percent of the trial version of the Katahane between December 2009 and January 2010 before deciding he was in over his head, and Yeah321 has began translating from this point. “I failed jp302″ has joined in this new effort to translate the title once again, this time as an editor instead of a translator.
May 26th, 2010, by in Translation
A blog site that keeps track of the export of Japanese bishoujo games, hevoluson, posted an article today looking at the current status of foreign IP blocks in Japan as well as TLWiki’s blocks, using a 2ch thread on an 18+ board as a source. The author points out an interesting post in the thread which claims that in addition to minori, CUFFS and Gungnir, there were three other companies who sent requests to TLWiki. However, there has been no sign of any response from TLWiki with regards to these requests.
UPDATE: Anime Novel related stuff moved to new post
UPDATE 2: Conversations in TLWiki’s IRC channel seem to indicate that cease and desist notices were indeed received from GIGA. Meanwhile, several uploaded scripts from Parfait were removed and Baldr Force EXE was removed from the list of projects in the sidebar.
UPDATE 3: Both Parfait and Baldr Force EXE pages have been now deleted from TLWiki.