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Fushigi no Dungeon 2: Fuurai no Shiren

Super Nintendo

Game Description:

Shiren is the simple story of a man following his friend’s dying wish to find the Land of the Sun at the top of Table Mountain in feudal Japan. It’s a rougelike - that is, the dungeon is randomly generated every time you visit it, and you start at level 1 with little or no equipment every time you play. The game has a few subplots you can advance by continually playing through, which is nice, and all of them will have some bonus to you as a player at their successful conclusion, be it a helper to follow you around or a new item becoming available in the dungeon.

Once you complete the main (Impasse Valley) dungeon, as well as a few of the subplots, you’ll unlock a food-themed dungeon and a trap-themed dungeon for extra gameplay. Once these are completed and all of Fei’s puzzles are finished, you’ll unlock the ultimate challenge, a 100-floor dungeon (which, I might add, none of my testers were able to complete.)

Good luck, and remember, just because the random number generator hates you, it doesn’t mean that the game’s completely impossible!

Translation Description:

Here is what Gideon Zhi himself had to say about this patch:

“Shiren the Wanderer is the result of a number of years of work, and a number of hurdles that needed to be overcome. Among these are a nasty system of enscribable scrolls which needed to be reworked in English, a variable width AND height font, 24×24 text, and a slew of other, smaller issues. Suffice it to say that this release is quite pretty and, while not without a few minor flaws, is very much a playable and enjoyable game.”

Be sure to apply the patch to ROM version 1.0 without header! The ROM of Version 1.1 will crash on the journal screen with the patch applied.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Fushigi no Dungeon 2 - Fuurai no Shiren (J) (V1.0).smc
  • CRC32: AF5703EE
  • MD5: 8C8FC738EAE4EB714B43889767DAF094
  • SHA-1: E043F3096F0BD883644287344F18050EE43D69E9
  • SHA-256: 37FE99A0DA8C2CA2296C35E6A08E48B9195074B2AA1955C1EED715D12196001B

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
Gideon ZhiHackingProject leader, romhacker, assembly work
Ian KelleyTranslationScript translation and polish
g8z et alHackingASM help with blank scrolls and the Ranking

User Review Information

A great translation with a little bit of untranslated text here and there.

Reviewed By: Griever_GF on 05 Dec 2019

I completed the main quest without serious problems. It took about 40 hours of tries. There were a little of untranslated texts, but they were small information messages, as far as I remember. In all other aspects the translation is great.

Version 1.0 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
A great translation with a little bit of untranslated text here and there.Griever_GF05 Dec 20191.0Yes