I have no idea what the gaming scene is like in Romania, but you just made one of the best RPG's(if not THE best) accessible, so congratulations!
Hope that doesn't sound sarcastic. I think it's pretty cool that a culture that never got the chance to play it, does now.
Thanks! And don't worry about it, I know what you meant.
Though seriously speaking, I've found it interesting how games, movies and the like aren't usually translated into Romanian even though there is a fan base for it. I mean, back in Romania, I remember watching most shows with either the French or Italian translation. Such as with Dragon Ball, Saint Seiya and even movies like The Terminator. Sometimes there were subtitles in Romanian, but not always.
Finally, I can play Chrono Trigger in Romanian.
I hope you enjoy playing it!
Whew, I actually had to work on this on my own. The D-D team offered me advice, as well as to help attach the D-D splash page and create the project page for it, but the actual work on the translation was done solely by me. It was fun, but a lot of hard work, especially towards the end when I had to polish the script as well as to fix any bugs or glitches that appeared. For this reason, I'm pursuing the thought of working with D-D now to translate games already released by them in English. It's a great opportunity seeing as how I'm part of the core staff now and helping with various English translations.