We have upgraded to the latest version of MediaWiki and now support TLS1.2 and transcoding!
Please contact us via Discord or Twitter if you experience any problems.

Talk:Pokémon Card GB2

From The Cutting Room Floor
Jump to navigation Jump to search

CardGB2-startupdebug.png

Chika Dou Debug

Power On
Coin
Settings
Effect Playback
Staff Roll
Battle
Slot Machine
Close


CardGB2 animations.png

A013
From Left to Right

<Runtime>
START: Choose
A: Execute
B: Stop


CardGB2-standardDebug.png

Chika Dou Debug

BG Font Status
BG Face Display
Effect Playback
OBJ Character Display
Mail Clear
Tournament Table
Send Mail
Modify Money
Name Entry
Staff Roll
Close


CardGB2 shinarioDebug.png

Scenario Debug Menu

Manipulate Events
Manipulate Flags
Manipulate Counter
Manipulate Card Quantities
Return to Game

--GlitterBerri 18:21, 27 January 2013 (EST)


Thanks for this. So, what does "Chika Dou debug" mean? The Artemis translation calls it "Standard Debug". Aside from that they look close to how they're named in the article, mostly just differences in terminology (Money/Chips). Though I don't know what the deal with "BG Font Status" is, that option shows you the tiles in vram. Artemis translated it similarly ("Change BG Font"). --Drenn 18:57, 27 January 2013 (EST)

近 means "near", and ドウ is written in katakana, so it has no independent meaning. "Chikadou" or "kindou" isn't a word in itself. It doesn't mean "standard", that must just be what Artemis is calling the menu. It may be a name. Usually I look up staff listings to see if there's anyone with a name that would contain those characters, but I couldn't find the credits for this game. フォント is definitely "font", maybe the word can have additional connotations in Japanese. --GlitterBerri 19:31, 27 January 2013 (EST)
I have a file with all the game's text, but - again - it's Artemis's translation. I really should figure out how to extract Japanese text. The closest name I found was "Kei Kondou", he's one of the programmers. But the characters don't seem to match up.--Drenn 20:25, 27 January 2013 (EST)