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Author: bagoum
Category: Stage
Danmakufu Version: ph3
Tags: danmokou, ibaraki, kasen, yakumo, yukari, stage
Last updated at: June 23 2020, 03:11 AM
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File Size: 60.2 MB
Downloads: 76


v1.1: Added an input smoothing option in the pause menu. It allows making finer movements. If you have input lag, try turning this off.

A one-stage script featuring my take on the Yukabaraki ship, made for the 2020 June Touhou Pride Jam (itchio link: https://bagoum.itch.io/yukabaraki1). Half of it is references to random Touhou media and half of it is made up, but I hope you'll enjoy it nonetheless.

This game is built in **Danmokou**, a danmaku (bullet hell) engine in C# for Unity. It is free (as in free speech) software, licensed under the GPL v3. The source code is on Github: https://github.com/Bagoum/danmokou

The source code for this project is also on Github: https://github.com/Bagoum/danmokou

Music by Miles But Not Davis.

There are six difficulty modes, but I cannot guarantee that Ultra or Abex are actually playable. Regardless, even if you are killed, you will not die.

You can turn off expensive shaders or change screen resolution/FPS in the pause menu (press Esc).

In the bottom right corner, there is the word VSYNC as well as an FPS counter. The FPS should be 60. If the word appears to be gray, then your computer is functioning correctly. If you see red or cyan, then your computer is stuttering or lagging. Make sure VSync is enabled in your graphics card settings.

This game runs in native 4k. You can run it on a monitor with refresh rate set to 30, 60, or 120 (choose the correct one in the options). VSync is recommended.

Please contact me on Discord for feedback or anything else. I'm on the Bulletforge server, the BHE server, and the FnC server. My username is Bagoum#4773 .

Controls:

- Fire: Hold Z/ Toggle X
- Focus: Hold Shift/ Toggle Space
- Change firing direction: WASD
- Move: Arrow keys
- Pause: Esc
- Confirm: Z
- Back/Skip: X
- Alt+Enter to switch fullscreen or windowed (Let me know if you have trouble with fullscreen)
- Alt+F4 to exit

Note: Alt+Enter/Alt+F4 are Windows shortcuts. I do not know the equivalents for Mac/Linux.

Controller controls (tested with an XBox controller)

- Fire: Hold LT/ Toggle LB (Hold Axis 9/ Toggle Button 4)
- Focus: Hold RT/ Toggle RB (Hold Axis 10/ Toggle Button 5)
- Change firing direction: Right joystick (Axis 4 (X) and 5 (Y))
- Move: Left joystick (LR/UD axis) or DPad (Axis 6 (X) and 7 (Y))
- Pause: Start (Button 7)
- Confirm: A (Button 0)
- Back/Skip: B (Button 1)