Author Archives: georgehenryshaft

Project 3C editing complete

Delayed due to witchers (now 100%’ed). But there is still so so so much left to do…

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Hanahira! translation patch release

Get it here. Also includes the Light Novel. Installation: – Buy Hanahira! here. – Be in Japanese regional settings. – Unpack the game (there’s no need to use the game’s installer). – Unpack patch in game folder. You MUST overwrite … Continue reading

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Commentary: Hanahira!

Doesn’t exactly rate much more than a few paragraphs, really.

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Project 3B editing complete

This thing. This thing nearly broke me. I don’t think I’ll be doing anything else all-ages for a long, long time after this. Ugh. On to Project 3C, image editing, and way more stuff. At this rate I’ll barely be … Continue reading

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Been a year already?

How time flies. Random notes: Tried a little of Cross Channel on PS3. Interesting early draft material in the extra booklet; the story had to feature a much more explicit God figure instead of Nanaka’s relatively oblique referral, originally. It … Continue reading

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On Cross Channel & New English Translation Released

Book only Book & Patch This is the release of my monograph on Cross Channel. It’s in xHTML, ePub and MOBI, should be compatible or easily convertible for most eReaders. The book comes with a brand-new translation that also consolidates … Continue reading

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My collection

Lots of pics so it’s below the fold.

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And done

162745 words. The hell. Will have something to publish soon enough.

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Last Revision, Week 2

Very nearly done, just need to buff up a few things here and there and have one final look. Just over 161k words (ugh). Not much to do after this…

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Last Revision, Week 1

Reading back on the whole thing in a shorter span of time makes me both appreciate the depth of complexity of Cross Channel, depth which I realize I may be yet to fully explore myself, and how difficult it is … Continue reading

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