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It all started when I was looking for Touhou games to download, I finally reached a site, I forgot the link but the page did look odd, the background was black, it seemed to have Touhou characters in the background made with white lines but they were drawn in an odd fashion. Their eyesockets seemed empty and their style looked creepily realistic, I shrugged it off and continued looking trough the site untill I found the game, it was Touhou 10.1... "10.1?" I thought to myself and downloaded the file, when I started it up the menu screen popped up, it seemed to be made by ZUN aswell, I was confused how this game was never released or heard of.
I decided to play the game later as I had to do some stuff first, I left the menu screen on for a while and went down to brush my teeth, wish and so on. I finally returned and I could still hear the menu music playing through my headphones, but it was different, it sounded odd like the sounds were all mixed together in an odd way. When I put on the headphones again the music seemed normal again so I looked at the menu screen, again it was like most Touhou games, Reimu on the on the cover of the menu, but she looked different too. Instead of the usual she looked sad, realisticly sad that it sent shivers down my spine, I wasn't even sure if I wanted to play it anymore, but I clicked play anyway.
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Elona soundpack progress report:
I've found songs for about 60% of the tracks. Will work on the rest. It's taking quite long because for the locations where players tend to stay a long time, I want to have several songs stitched together with similar mood, so that you don't get bored listening to the same loop.
when it's done, it will have:
1. it will be properly volume-tweaked! I will tweak it first ReplayGain so that nothing's superloud compared to everything else, and also make sure it doesn't overpower the sfx.
2. each track will be several songs stitched together, so that when you grind on a single map it's not so repetitive. It will also feature silence. Unfortunately I don't think there's a way to shuffle the songs, so I'm stuck with one mp3 file per place.
3. slow/soft tracks for the towns w/piano. louder/faster for dungeons but not too much.
So far, songs have been cribbed from:
-american mcgee's alice
I'll put it up somewhere when I'm done with it.