A friend of mine bought himself a copy of å¤±ã‚ã‚ŒãŸæœªæ¥ã‚’æ±‚ã‚ã¦ (Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete) by Trumple. Well, it was done by Abhar until they went under right before release. I played a little and researched it a bit.
That visual novel was released on the 26th of November this year (so not too long ago). It runs under the kirikiri engine, and has a native resolution of 720p. It's an eroge with alot of visual effects (ie, talking / voiced character sprites actually talk and MOVE their mouths) and alot of possible endings; think Tsukihime but a slight bit more. If I recall right it has 5x characters you can specially like, and has even more in regards to endings.
Anyways, I asked my mate if I could try running Crass on his lappie to see how 'well' the 'modern-day' krkr2 engine was encrypted, which I'm assuming Mahou Tsukai will probably be mated with.
All in all, it's not looking good.
Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete is quite heavily encrypted, more so than Fate/hollow ataraxia.
Crass will extract the contents, but the content itself is encrypted to a point where Crass cannot open them (ie, it will extract a .bmp but Windows or Photoshop, or any other image editor for that matter refuses to open them).
I've tried using various parameter passes, and even got Susie to try opening with a bunch of plugins.
If ArchDemon (and ranmafan in another thread here) is right, Mahou Tsukai no Yoru just MAY have been delayed for additional encrypting, which may delay possible TL work should there be any... But if our optimism pays off, considering Trumple and Type-Moon are different companies there may be little encryption. But yeah; a wait-and-see game with things not looking too good...
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