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Ever 17: The Out of Infinity (Windows)

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Title Screen

Ever 17: The Out of Infinity

Developer: KID
Publisher: Hirameki International
Platform: Windows
Released in US: December 20, 2005


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.


So very stubbly.
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
Are you a bad enough dude to rescue this article?

Due to an accident, a group of people become trapped in a theme park deep underneath the ocean. With no way to contact the outside for help, they must wait and hope for help to arrive while the chances of the park collapsing on them become greater with time. But hey, at least they have longer than 9 hours to escape, right?

Unused Wallpapers

Ever 17 EV CO21B.jpeg
This is a placeholder image found in the wallpaper.dat file and it has the phrase EV_CO21B in it. The image is related to Coco in some way as it has the letters "CO" in the file's name. There are actually three versions of this image and each are called ev_co21b_1.jpg, ev_co21b_2.jpg and ev_co21b_3.jpg. The higher the ending number, the larger the image resolution. This particular image is ev_co21b_1.jpg.


Debug Menu

Elementary, my dear Cactus.
This needs some investigation.
Discuss ideas and findings on the talk page.

Within the EXE file starting at address 0x054B20, there are strings of text that relate to sub-menu options which can be seen in game by right clicking. There are a few strings in this list, however, that are never seen in this sub-menu which can be found at address 0x054BAC. The strings of text are:

  • Debug menu
  • System status display
  • Charactor status display
  • Ext read display
  • Title display

Using Cheat Engine, it is possible to force the game to display these options in the sub-menu as seen in the picture below.

Ever17 US PC Debug Menu.png

The four latter options are listed under the Debug Menu option. As for what the options do specifically, beyond their names, is unknown. Unfortunately, trying to select the four latter options from the Debug Menu does nothing. This could be because the coding for these options has been removed or the options need to be selected on a specific screen. It is also possible that these options, while they do appear in the sub-menu, were not properly loaded using Cheat Engine.