Jap Tsukihime runs on NScripter, but that doesn't support English very well. That's why we use ONScripter-En. It's the same thing, only better for English. So yeah, Tsukihime doesn't have its "own" exe file. It never had.Zogundar wrote:Hmm, I see.. I think. The game doesn't have its own actual .exe file? Or is it a function of the translation.. stuff?
Detail enough if you take the time to read it, I guess. But basically:Zogundar wrote:How much detail does the Readme go into about the music replacement? (Also I can't make a decision if it's an either/or thing, which one do I want??)
1) Rip the music to .ogg (.mp3 will also work, if you're going to upgrade to the latest ONScripter-En)
2) Rename the files to Track01.ogg through Track10.ogg (or .mp3)
3) Create a directory called "CD" in your game directory
4) Move the ogg files to that CD directory.
I just found this on google, in contains our instructions, and a nice visual guide: http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=4907
As for either/or, they are all the same tunes/songs as the original game, only with different arrangements/instruments. I prefer EVER AFTER over the Tsukibako version, because it is less monotonous and more atmospheric. My recommendation: Use tracks 01 through 09 from EVER AFTER. Use track 10 from the original game. (EVER AFTER does not have this track, but it's only played once so the original is good enough.)