aka Tom

  • I live in Harrisville, Livre Ex Machina
  • I was born on January 7
  • My occupation is Yo-kai Collector, Librarian
  • I am Male
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  • Welcome to Yo-kai Watch Wiki!
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  • hello :D

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  • Can I ask where you got the ripped photos for the YW stuff? I'm a little curious, aha~ Did you rip them yourself? Or was it from a website? Sorry if I'm asking too much XD

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    • Tyrony wrote:
      Ok, then, excuse me for the trouble, I guess...

      Anyway, Kuriimu is a set of software that enables users modify games (fan translations or texture hacks) for games that it supports files and archives from. It can also be expanded with plugins, though I haven't really done much research about that.

      So currently,Kuriimu comes with three separate programs:

      Kuriimu itself: Used to edit text to create fantranslations or just to mess around with

      Kukkii: Used to view various image formats that were extracted from supported archives. Can import and export to .png. (which is how I got my images).

      Karameru: This is what opens many different archives that it supports.

      A basic overview. You might wanna check this out too:

      Also, if you're planning on exrtracting from the games yourself, You must use a utility known as 3ds-xsfatools as well, but i'd better explain it after you've read all this.

      Hope this brighthens it all up!

      Thanks so much~! I really appreciate it! 

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    • You're welcome

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