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Shii 2004-02-12 18:16

Japanese/Anime Games for Linux
 
There are a lot of Japanese games and desktop toys for Linux... they're hard to find, though, without knowing the general UNIX scene in Japan :) Here are some I've found:

oneko: http://www.daidouji.com/oneko/ A cat or Sakura-chan to run around on your desktop.
ActX: http://kurumi.sakura.ne.jp/~chimari/ActX/ Anime characters that sit on your X11 windows.
sl: http://www.tkl.iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~toyoda/ From the man page: "sl is a highly developed animation program, which corrects your mistyping." A great thing to annoy users of your server with. (SL is a Japanese train line.)

Do you know of some more?

SiL Eighty 2004-02-12 19:29

Whoa these are TyTe ahahah. I must get Linux working ASAP now so I can have one on my desktop ^^;. BTW do they have any M3g4Tokyo things like this?
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Vulkar 2004-02-12 22:12

thanks for the link ashibaka. This is very very cool.
I got the anime characters which sit on my windows.
http://www.sover.net/~delgado/miko.jpg
:D

zalas 2004-02-12 23:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vulkar
thanks for the link ashibaka. This is very very cool.
I got the anime characters which sit on my windows.
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:D

I remember getting a Multi one a LONG time ago (back in RH5 days). Oh btw, if you own Kanon/AIR, you might want to try out xkanon, since it's an unofficial linux port of their AVG engine.

Vulkar 2004-02-13 13:29

ok, a few questions for ashibaka (or whoever else can answer) about the anime characters who sit on your windows.

1. In the mascot configuration you can both define what the mascot says as a clicked on message and a biff message. What the clicked message is is obvious, but what is "biff" what would cause her to say the biff message?

2. There is also an area to define "click sound" and "biff sound" I figured since these were text boxes they were for me to define the path to the sound effects, but when I type a path to a sound effect (ex: /home/vulkar/sounds/woo.wav) the sounds don't seem to work. What is the proper way to define the click and biff sounds?

Shii 2004-02-13 14:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vulkar
In the mascot configuration you can both define what the mascot says as a clicked on message and a biff message. What the clicked message is is obvious, but what is "biff" what would cause her to say the biff message?

Biff is a mail checking script. It would check /var/spool/mail/you IIRC.

Quote:

There is also an area to define "click sound" and "biff sound" I figured since these were text boxes they were for me to define the path to the sound effects, but when I type a path to a sound effect (ex: /home/vulkar/sounds/woo.wav) the sounds don't seem to work. What is the proper way to define the click and biff sounds?
Maybe you need to define a command, like "mplayer /home/vulkar..."?

Vulkar 2004-02-13 16:53

yep. putting in a command did it perfectly. I used the "play" command. Thanks a lot.

Shii 2004-03-19 19:50

I found a website with more cool anime Linux stuff. Here:
http://www.limo.fumi2kick.com/

They also have an English version, although it's a lot older:
http://www.limo.fumi2kick.com/en/


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