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    Updated the IPS files in the Zip. There were some errors with the IPS files in the Zip file before. They have been fixed and this new Zip file now contains the correct IPS patches. Same version number. Thank you!
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    Thanks to Metalwario64 and DarkSamus993, the MM7 logos now look more like their Japanese counterparts.
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    I mistakenly believed Dragon Quest 3 had no outstanding issues and referenced this on the review, but it seems that's not the case, so I'm rectifying the review for this one.

GR3 Project Team



The GR3 Project group was a development team formed around the development of La-Mulana. The team’s chief game designer goes by the name Naramura. The original La-Mulana release was a tribute to the MSX computer. They also made the GR3, a series of Java games with similar principles to the MSX Nemesis series (Project ended in 2007).

Youtube, Staff blog, Twitter.

The developer has since changed its name to ‘NIGORO‘ in 2007, which existed into the early 2010’s, before changing again to ‘Asterizm Corporation‘. Although its own ‘NIGORO‘ branding still exists today and is widely used instead. The word ‘NI-GO-RO’ in Japanese equals to 256. The team is comprised of Takayuki Ebihara (Duplex), the aforementioned Takumi Naramura (Naramura) and Houryu Samejima (Samieru).

Old, defunct website (GR3 Project).




1 Translation
La-Mulana (EN)HackingEXE/intro screen/ending screen hacking