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61: Magic: The Gathering (0)55: Deltarune Chapter 2 (4)
52: No Title (2)42: No Title (1)
36: No Title (4)32: Paradox Games (9)
25: No Title (8)21: No Title (4)
12: Touhou Project (6)9: No Title (2)
6: No Title (3)4: Quake Thread (1)
1: Yeah! (4)

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should i leave soudane on this board?
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I never at look them anyway, so do whatever!

Also, /v/ comes before /y/ in the alphabet, but it's listed after /y/ on the board list/frames menu. My OCD, it hurts...
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I think we can leave soudane to only /q/, but I feel like many users are too lazy to tell their opinions so I created this poll

https://img.heyuri.net/vote/vote.php?p=91
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It seems that the people have spoken


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Does anyone else here play Magic? A week or two ago my buddy found a crap ton of old cards that he had bought for like five bucks at a garage sale (around 2.5K after we weighed them!). He had told me that he used to know how to play and that he remembers most of it so we could play if I wanted to. With his teaching and some YouTube videos to patch the missing parts we have been coming to each other's place every other day for an hour or two and playing! Its been real fun and I was wondering if any of you play too.


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What is heyuri gamers thinking about Deltarune Ch2?
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that stuff seems way too autistic and cringe
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you seem way too autistic and cringe
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thank you i was trying to impersonate op
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aww is so cute


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Does anyone here still play WoW or know anything about it in its current state? I've been thinking about getting back into it but the last time i played was nearly ten years ago and I don't even know if people still play and how much time I would have to put into the game so I could enjoy it.

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I've heard from those who also played it a long time ago that it's not worth getting into now. The most fun of MMOs is the social aspect. While you can very much find that sort of community if you look, you are probably not going to have the time or energy to spare for all of the grinding and waiting that it takes to get seriously invested. There is a reason that people move from games like that to casual or singleplayer games. Also I heard that the new expansions are poopy.
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Yeah I heard the same when I asked in other places. Are there any even any MMOs worth getting into these days or has the "death" of WoW doomed all games of the same genre?


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Do you guys play games made by Paradox? Games like Hearts of Iron, Cities Skylines, Victoria and more. I like playing them. I just got Sengoku because its cheap and it just finished downloading. Sorry for the poor English
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I enjoy HoI4 TNO memes
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FUCK YOU fucking MOTHERFUCKER!
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Sonuvabitch
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Here's a neat thing you can do in Vic II vanilla as the USA. Declare war on the UK to release a country in one state and select Canada. Make sure all of British Canada is still connected. Declare war on the now-released Canada for conquest, and then go to war with the UK to liberate all of Canada. You may have trouble early on when your immigration rates are low due to a lack of soldier pops, but you can bait the CPU to attack you over rivers. Make sure you are at enough warscore that the CPUs will send you peace offers. Accept the UK one first. Voila! You now have a fukken hueg USA and no pesky Canada to steal your immigrants.
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Does anyone here have a group they play Paradox games with for multiplayer? I've been tempted to try organised games with a community rather than randoms (which can't be done in older titles). The big thing dissuading me is the sheer time commitment. I'm not going to give up 7 hours to play 20 years of Victoria II, even if it is way way way better than the PCU could ever hope to be. I'd rather play a stable game with a couple of friends.


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JFC I love Receive and Bite you. Calling This song as an absolute banger is a complete understatement and a spit in the face to the composer Hidenori Shoji. This song is an eye opening experience, a reawakening, a FUCKING revelation! The slow and ominous beginning, the intensifying and rising build up, exploding into a BOMBASTIC start! The mix of techno music with the hardcore guitar riffs blending, harmonizing into a chaotic storm. And the drums, the FFFUCKING DRUMS!!! The intense, repeating kicks and beats, adding a layer of intensity amidst this madness of a melody. And one of my favorite parts is when before transition to the next part of the song, the drums INCREASE the speed of the tempo, INCREASE the speed, kickstarting my intense love for this composition. Then the acoustic guitar, this mild fucking instrument contrasts, yet somehow adds on to this blood-chub of a beat, and ultimately creating a perfection of a reflection of Majima’s chaotic persona and his vulnerable real self. And the background vocals, how could I forget the BACKGROUND VOCALS. The vocals and their ghastly lyrics, reinforcing the theme of a deadly showdown unfolding. And just when I thought this OST couldn’t get any better, the sudden stop and rise of the third act of the song, with the ever increasing clash of sounds, CLIMAXING into a Fantastic Finale! The blaring alarms, ringing across the the battlefield, synchronizing with Majima’s ultimate, physics-defying beyblade attack, Paints a clear FUCKING message that shits, about, to go, down! I am forever thankful that God has brought me into this world, just so I can witness perfection.
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how can you listen to this song and not go COOCOO CRAZY INSANE


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Retro thread!
What retro games does Heyuri like?
I've been playing some 90s FPS games recently... now that I have the time I'm going to fix up my retro collection, my consoles and CRTs, etc...

Which 90s FPS games? Doom 2 mostly, but I really wanna get into Blood. Last time I played Hexen or Heretic was 9 or 10 years ago, and I wanna get back to those as well.
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Thinking of playing this game since it looks neat, but old strategy games are usually a nightmare of hidden features and unfair computers.
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I've been playing the MMZ(Mega Man Zero) series. I like it. It's hard for newcomers, but it's very rewarding. I suggest you play them.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mega_Man_Zero
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Big Fan of Blood, the steam release works pretty well and even removes the warping build games have. Really liked it.
On another hand, I started the first mission pack for Quake. It's pretty good, though the mine level kinda screws you over because the game wasn't made with terrain modification in mind. End up getting really bouncy in that place.
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Super Mario World romhacks. These are the ones that stick in my mind now, a decade after my interest in them peaked:
Return to Dinosaur Land - pretty sure this was the first one I ever played, shortly after discovering the romhacking scene. Has the distinction of being easier than the original game when most romhacks are much harder. Romhacks are distributed as patches that contain only the differences between the original SMW rom and the hack, because it is illegal to distribute the full romhack. I applied the patch to a SMW rom that I had fucked around with, e.g. making the palettes stupid, instead of a clean SMW rom that you're supposed to do it on. I might go and play the hack again properly one day.
Demo World: The Legend Continues - made by the same guy who made the SMW level editor. Difficult and punishing and full of secrets behind secrets. I think it was the first hack with Super Mario Brothers 3 music. For many years, SMB3 was the only alternative music there was, until some Japanese guy came up with a tool called AddMusic. A lot of cool stuff came over from Japan actually, like Blocktool for inserting blocks and terrain that could have custom effects (eventually succeeded by Blocktool Super Deluxe that inserted more efficient assembly code into the rom), Spritetool for inserting custom enemies, Addmusic for adding music, and a bunch of cool romhacks too.
Brutal Mario demo - a romhack from Japan. Notable because the maker's custom sprites, custom bosses, and custom level-specific code in general were really advanced for the time. The level design left a lot to be desired though. Unfinished, and will never be finished because the guy has a wife and kid now.
VIP and Wall Mix series - five completed collaboration hacks from 2ch, lots of references to their memes, eclectic level design and custom assembly code especially as you go further into the series. There is a sixth WIP entry currently almost complete but stalled for the last few years.
Kaizo Mario World - Japanese hack, ushered in a whole genre of hacks. The idea is that the levels are so difficult and demanding of pixel-perfect precision and perfect foreknowledge that you can only feasibly complete them with emulator savestates. Speedruns of them look cool as hell.
Xka Shack - one of the founders of SMWCentral, the main SMW romhacking community, rickrolled everyone. For a few months he had been pretending that he was working on a hack using a tool called Xkas only intended for applying assembly code patches to a rom.
Super Mario Infinity I and II - Some hacks made by a guy who was really into the Paper Mario series and wrote fanfiction of it. These hacks had a whole bunch of plot told in rudimentary cutscenes. The levels were long and difficult and not too great (both hacks each had a notoriously long level that took 15 minutes to complete), and the graphics in many places were kind of shit or had bad palettes. I loved these hacks anyway.
The Second Reality Project series - Hacks made by a top tier level designer. They had some remakes which really polished the graphics and music nicely while also adding new endgame content. The third one in the series has been in development for over a decade and probably won't be finished. That's too bad, because there was a lot of hype in my mind for it.
Panic! in the Mushroom Kingdom I and II - Your standard mid 00s romhacks, with custom graphics and SMB3 music and middling level design, but they stand out because they both had secret worlds with a 'Palace of Hentai'. All the 256x224 pixel, 16-colour wallpapers of anime cunny you could ever ask for in a romhack.
Mario's Keytastrophe - An unfinished hack whose main gimmick was that each level was a puzzle about putting a key in a door. The guy making it was really into music and composing custom music and the hack slowly became more about music than the original concept.


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Osaka!!!!
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This is the website. I have no idea what it says or if theres a download link because its in Japanese.
http://www.hirahira.net/products/tsu_hanFinal/index.html
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AAAAAAAAAAAAHH
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You can only download the latest update from there - the "game" had to be bought and has long since stopped being sold, so it's only available via piracy these days

For everyone's convenience, I uploaded a copy of it (along with the latest update) here: https://2ch.cx/src/1205.zip

...however, for me it runs at a million FPS, and I don't remember how to slow it down, so you're on your own there LOL
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she like blueberries?
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Mayby Cheat Engine can help slow it down?


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What did you guys think of E3 this year?
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they didnt talk about the touhou games so im not interested!
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you should be happy. it would literally be the end of the world if e3 started talking about touhou games
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The new Metroid game looks cool but I don't own a Switch, and they didn't say anything about Judge Eyes 2. Nothing else really looked that interesting.
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>but I don't own a Switch
You do now!
https://emulation.gametechwiki.com/index.php/Nintendo_Switch_emulators


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Who here has played RuneScape back when it was at its peak?
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I played it once around 2004 or 2005, and then once again in 2007 at the request of a friend

I didn't see the appeal personally - I was never into MMORPGs, and Runescape just seemed really old and clunky even at the time
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Didn't play much, but my brother used to cheese out kills in the PVP zones and sell all the loot off
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I started early after RS2 came out, and played it for like 6 years. I want to go back to those simpler times. There's no mystery and fun and creativity, now everyone just methodoLOLIcally grinds MMOs like some kind of robots.


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I want to play one of these games, but I have no clue where to start. Does anyone here play them?
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I started from 6 and it's my favorite. You can download 6-7-8 and choose what's the most fun for you.

You can also play 1-5 if you are into retro, but you will first need to get a PC-98 emulator (i suggest Neko Project II)

I don't know about newer games, my PC can't run them sweat3

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IN was much easier to 1cc than PCB in my experience
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Thank you for the responses happy
I got 7 and 8 from Moriyashrine so I will be giving those a play soon.
Shocked to hear the newer games are so resource intensive.
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>Shocked to hear the newer games are so resource intensive.
You probably shouldn't take my word there sweat

My computer is quite old and was not made to run games, so if ur computer is modern you probably don't need to worry about it. However it's true that MoF on lunatic is very laggy for me while while I can run EOsD smoothly.
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>you can try 7 it's the easiest
Not to be a party pooper, but personally I think that 8 and 6 are way easier than 7, I still have yet to beat Ran and I'm even having trouble with Yuyuko on Easy now.
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The duel ones are the easiest (touhou 3 & 9), but they play a little different than the other ones.
still fun!


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I have no clue how to play this game but it's fun
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name of the game?
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Vampire/Darkstalkers


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The Quad Damage has spawned! What do we do? D:
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its mine!!!


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