Yeah, sounds like a made-up name. This one site suggests メデューン may be derived from Medusa (メデューサ).
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I think that's "height"; abbr. "ht.", comes with that stairs/steps/ladder icons(?)Yeah, the manual states it means "Height Cost". This is what it states in the manual:
Ht. Cost: The cost incurred in climbing up to higher levels. The higher the number, the more difficult the level difference is to clear. Be aware that there is a limit to the amount of level difference that can be cleared. No cost is incurred in moving down levels.
I think its Psy(cho)-condenser? Thyristor" sounds very complicated.. what is it exactly?Ah, you are right about that one seeing the ghost hunting background of the game. It's a part for a Spirit Machine used by a Scientist. I had machine parts in my head when I quickly translated it and thought it might be closest to サイリスタ開閉コンデンサ than サイコ・コンデンサ.
That I know, but it's still リタルランド and I still see no relations to Ritardando, as this is basically "a little kingdom by the Silk Road", as the intro says.Yeah, I was inclined to think this, but what is keeping me that is because Little is usually written as リトル, so it would be リトルランド (Littleland). But I'm cool with the Littleland spelling. Also if there is a reason mentioned, I am not seeing it neither from skimming through the novel or the strategy guide.
I've passed it twice, so I don't need a walkthrough We just have to betatest it, as one of the projectsI'm sorry for the misunderstanding, I didn't said that you needed a walkthrough. I said that I've been meaning to rewrite my own walkthrough, so I would love to re-play it again. But I do not have the time to betatest, but thank you for the offer.
It's りタルランド originally. Where have you taken Ritardando from?Just to point out that the first character should be リ. I believe that リタルランド may be taken from the term リタルダンド or ritardando, an Italian musical term meaning "gradually slowing in tempo; retarding. Used chiefly as a direction." Literally means "slowing".
And btw - were ARE looking a tester for this game, as except for the title screen - it's more or less doneI would love to playtest this game! I have to see if I have time for this because I did wrote a walkthrough and have been meaning to get back into it.