Running japanese games - possible solutions
How do I install Japanese games on Windows 10?
- Press Windows + X on your keyboard.
- Select Control panel.
- Select language.
- Click on Add language.
- Add the Japanese language from the given list.
- Click on the Japanese language and click on Set as Default button.
These two questions have been asked so many times in all of the Mymobile gaming articles and they are how to play Japan apps and how to play on your computer so we will both answer in this article Bags with Legs thank you for just me remembered doing this article tonight and you're on my livestream so just wanted to give you a little greeting and let you know let's jump right to that direct article on how to play on your computers first, so are we just on the desktop of my computer and then also how to play Japanese version games now I don't know if this works like an Android or something because well, I'll do it or like a cell phone device what I'm trying to say what I'm doing is going to download an app from an external website, maybe you could do that on your Android too, but I'm pretty sure it won't work on the iOS because the iOS is s Honestly picky about what to download there might be another way to work around this but the best way to try is to play it on your computer if not there is an easy way that will work on your Android because androids are very flexible with it, so we're going to play the way playing - okay let's just get started or let's start with how to play on your pc there are so many different applications that you can play on your pc the best currently that that I really like is Droid 4x, this one it's very simple, it's free that you don't have to pay for anything except to play KingdomHearts Unchained X, a game that specifically won't download on Droid 4x for some reason.
There's like a bug I don't know if it's just my computer, my Droid 4x I don't know what happened to it were you? Try downloading again or doing Droid 4x but it doesn't really work for me, it might work for you so you can try that, but another application I use that works for this particular game is BlueStacks, that's BlueStacks, the only thing about BlueStacks is asking you every now and then to pay $ 3 a month or just download some apps so you can just download apps that you can always delete later said there are plenty of other platforms out there, that you can use to play different games on your computer and that is literally all you need to know you download these platforms and they are very straightforward and easy to use kini Mart SunChien X and I will show you there is one There are bugs, but anyway, you jump into the App Store, they are usually most of the time where they are not that makes me happy 4x you can just go in jump the app store i don't know if all games work most games work but on rare occasions such things happen and you get an error i don't don i know what that error is and i tried to figure it out but um, that draws 4x and usually it works and then the BlueStacks is sohere BlueStacks but damn BlueStacks is pretty good for Tina Motts Nginx and yes we will get into that later but let's jump into playing Japan apps now there are a lot of different ways how You can do this just like it is for playing computer games, no matter what applications. So this is just one of those apps so this is an android game platform called the KU app I don't know how to pronounce it really well, maybe it's qapp I don't know, but there are ways to change your region too and something like that but this is the easiest way and what you need to do like i said before you need to download the KU app q app whatever it is external that you downloaded. So if you hit 'Install' it will install fine so I think this might be BlueStacks specific to BlueStacks, maybe you just need to have BlueStacks but when you click o then I don't click on it because I do already got it, click on it and it will be installed via BlueStacks because you can't get out directly on AndroidMarketplace, you may need to unzip it.
I mean it's very easy. Going through this process is very easy, not difficult at all, as long as you know what to do. This is the website.
It's this website right here and so you can see everything you pay for, games and stuff, but um, BAM, we're done with that. Go to BlueStacksokay, here is BlueStacks, click on the Q app and it's its own application playbut I mean like add a separate tab and I'll show it to you second, but that's all the games you can download like monsters Strike even if there is a Monster StrikeEnglish Version Good Putt You can download the Monster Strike Jap Anversion and would also pray FrontierJapan version but like me you can also just search for things and look it up I've searched Kingdom Hearts I'm Shane X, and here I'm also updating my Kingdom Hearts Unchained X view if you don't know how to update that you can update your Kingdom mark on J and X I'll do this in full screen so yeah that's Quapp, that's how you do it, so you can download Kingdom Hearts Unchained X, or just any Japan game you need, or any game from Japan you need BAM I'll show you what I mean nte with the fact that it may not appear here. I don't know why I faked that you downloaded fake GPS automatically so you know what I was talking about that it might not be available in your browser for your BlueStacks thing, so check out KingdomHearts Unchained here on X. this is the american version that i will actually be attached to i think i might be dumb by now, should you say this is the american version and the only reason i know because you know it is american here? my excuse it's the NA version and it's english and stuff but it's a tab that's the best i know on this screen and that's on the current android platform it's on its own tab so white i don't see if all games do that but at least this one does but the thing about this game is that i can actually play it so i can actually play it this game is a japanese version i get the same updates i get the Same game time It has the same schedule as the normal game There is no difference if you just play the actual game when you were in Japan, only you can't really understand it when you can 'To understand things, you have to use external resources like a Twitter account or just a Tumblr account or just a Facebook page where you can have the words or events translated for you and yes, that's literally all you m Need to know to play japan games and also easy to download apps on your computer, if you need more help please comment below.
Usually this works for most computers and most apps and I don't know that this only talks about Japan stuff and sometimes there on the computer play areregion lock games, so the NA version is a region lock game The Japan Version is a region lock game. I will finally be able to play it and there shouldn't be a problem with it so I hope you enjoyed this article, please give me feedback on it I really hope it helped everyone, my name is Metalcore, subscribe to more app games you know I played Clash Royale, I did some cool articles in those who play KingdomHearts a lot on Chain X, it just depends on what I like at the time and I'm into Kingdom Hearts Unchained X right now but anyway i hope you enjoyed it hisarticlemine is metalcore see you later
How do I run Japanese locale?
- Click the button, and then select .
- Click the icon.
- Click the icon.
- On the tab, select from the pull-down menu for "Format:".
- On the tab, click the button.
If you see this, you have already activated 'CC'.
This little tutorial shows some advice on how to use UTAU outside of the Japanese locale. But there are also some tips for problems, even for those in that correct locale. As a starting point, you should use the Japanese locale to use UTAU. (You can watch many tutorials on how to change your locale to Japanese.) The advantages of switching to the Japanese locale: * Not exactly an advantage, but Windows will NOT change its language. * You can always revert to your normal locale if you need to. * You can use any voicebank.
The most popular Japanese voicebanks will only work if you make the change. * The UTAU program with correctly displayed Japanese. * You can use ANY ust (including VCV) and almost all vsq directly.
The disadvantages of switching to the Japanese locale: * You cannot change the locale unless you install before installing the language pack that is on the Windows hard drive. So you cannot change the locale if you are missing the hard drive. (But the disk is no longer needed after installation.) * There may be times when you cannot change the locale because you do not have administrator rights. * Just as UTAU has problems outside of the Japanese locale, other programs outside of your normal locale may work incorrectly (just go back to those programs' natural locale if needed.) * Some external programs, like GIMP, change their language to Japanese. * You have to restart the computer after each change. * Even if the same key is used on the keyboard and everything works correctly in Windows, the path separator is displayed as a yen character instead of a ''.
It's just an aesthetic problem. Therefore, only use UTAU outside the Japanese locale if the change is not possible. (If you are missing the language pack or you need a different locale for a program that is more important than UTAU.) Either way, you can change the locale or not, the first step is to check that the decimal point is in your settings is a point.
Open Regional and Language Options in Control Panel. (You can see here one of the reasons why the locale was not changed. The locale change in this Windows account has been blocked.) In the number settings, you need to check that the decimal point for numbers is a period.
If it's a comma (South America, Continental Europe, etc) you need to personalize it as a period. (Also make the thousand separator a comma to avoid conflict.) The decimal point as a point allows you to use any .exe resampler (a special file that UTAU uses).
But if for some reason you can't make this change, you can still use the 'faulty' resampler.dll. I'll explain more about resampler.dll at the end of this tutorial.
After you have fixed the comma / point problem, you will need a working UTAU program if necessary. The official download location is from http: //utau2008.xrea.
jp / There is a normal installation and a portable zip version. The zip version is more than enough for our 'gaijin' (i.e.
not Japanese) locale. However, using the installation version has the benefit of adding some useful files to your computer. So it is advisable to install it even if you are only using the zip version.
I'll show you how to use the zip version only. There may be times when you cannot use the installation version because you have low administrator rights or you want to use UTAU on different computers with your portable drive. Unless you want to use UTAU in Japanese in the Japanese locale, you want a translation patch.
There are some like UTAU Wiki English, mianaitos English or Kaotiks Spanish. Personally, I like to use mianaitos English. Go to http://www.voiceblog.jp/mianaito/ There you will see a link for 'UTAU x.x.xx (we want the last version) English Resource'.
Follow the links and get the zip file like in the article. Now all you have to do is add the 'res' folder that is in the zip file where you have UTAU.exe.
If you decided not to use the installable version, UTAU may find that UTAU refuses to ask about some files that it couldn't find. Just google and download the files requested (usually 'COMDLG32.OCX' and / or 'MSCOMCTL.OCX') and add them near UTAU.exe like we did with the 'res' folder Well, I don't need these files here as they are already in my Windows, so I'll delete them.
So run UTAU.exe once and the program will create Uta Utane (also known as defoko), so if you are in the Japanese locale you can usually use UTAU from here. The next part is only needed if you are in 'gaijin' mode.
By the way, make sure that there is an M at the bottom right. Close UTAU. Now the problems of not using the Japanese locale begin.
Uta Utane can't sing even if I get the samples from her sound list. Let's take a look at your voicebank. Since we are outside the Japanese locale, instead of correctly displaying the hiragana (Japanese characters), there is mojibake (those gibberish symbols).
This kind of problem is very problematic for the 'gaijin' locale, so we need to clear the voicebank. We cannot use this defoko in this locale. We need a voicebank encoded in Romaji (Latin characters).
Find voicebanks in the UTAU wiki (http://utau.wikia.com/wiki/UTAU_wiki), in the list of voicebanks http://ruto.yu.to/ or simply use your favorite web search engine romaji voicebank Celestine Aoi ( ÉTOILE) from http://celestineaoi.blogspot.com/ I have already uncompressed the .rar and copy its folder into the voice folder of UTAU.
Look at the Character.txt again. Check the 'name =' line and make sure it contains a Romaji name and not just any mojibake.
The name is correct here, but I'll change it so you can see where it appears later and why it needs to be in Latin characters. Now, with a working voicebank, we can open UTAU normally. (Ignore this hint.
It's because sample.wav doesn't have frq or anything like that.) You can see the line 'name =' here.
If it's mojibake, this could be a chore to read. It is convenient to mark our romaji encoded voicebank as 'set as default'. (Project Properties-> Select the Voicebank.
Set it as the Default.) Let's make this Voicebank sing a little. You can see I am using an ust (a file with a song) in romaji.
With 'gaijin', UTAU cannot use Japanese characters correctly at all. Let's all select and play. Actually you have to 'adapt the ust to the voicebank' here, but this ust has already saved that because I used this voicebank to create it.
Now for resampler.dll. If you could not set the decimal point as a point, you have to set the DLL here.
I reset the comma for the decimal point. You can see the normal resampler.exe fail here.
Another situation you might need to use is if the admin has blocked the cmd (the black rendering window is using it). To set resampler.dll just check this box in project properties, I forgot to clear cache.
Clear cache is required when changing resamplers. First we need to know that the tempo of the song is incorrect because UTAU will multiply 100 times the tempo if the decimal point is a comma. Just use the value / 100.
And use the period as a decimal point. If the tempo is typically 140, we'll use 1.40 here (the point is important).
resampler.dll is also faulty. In rare cases, an explosive note can occur (very loud and broken).
To fix this temporarily, you need to play around the song and find those broken notes ...
select the broken note, right click on it and clear its cache. Play it back and see if it's fixed. If it doesn't, delete it again and play until it works correctly.
How do I use locale emulator?
- Download the executable from any link above.
- Extract all files into a SAFE folder (because you will NOT be able to move these files after installation).
- Run LEInstaller.exe and press the "Install / Upgrade" button.
- Now you will see "Locale Emulator" menu in the context menu when right-clicking on files.
DAVID EAST: One of the core tenets of Firebase is to make development easy.
That's why we released the Firebase EmulatorSuite last year. The Emulator Suite is a command line tool that lets you use Cloud Firestore, Cloud Functions, Cloud Pub / Sub, and Cloud's real-time database right on your local computer. And this makes prototyping your app and running tests and continuous integration a lot easier.
But we've heard from you that you wanted more than just a command line tool, that you wanted visual tools to help you develop locally to get things done. For example, you can browse your Cloud Functions logs, import local data in bulk, and use visual tools to test your data structures. Here at Firebase we formed a team to create this visual tool.
And last week we released the local Firebase emulator UI. My name is David East. I'm a developer advocate here at Firebase.
And I'll teach you how to get started with the emulator UI in just 15 minutes. Help from an expert. TYLER CROWE: Hey everyone.
My name is Tyler Crowe and I am the product manager for the emulator suite. I'll stop by from time to time to answer David's questions and provide some helpful tips and tricks as we go through the emulator Suite UI. DAVID EAST: Seriously, I'm going to need this help.
But the goal in this article is not just to show you how the emulator UI works, but also to switch you to local Fire-based first development.Although the emulator UI itself is a local web app, we're launching it in the Terminal with the Firebase CLI. Make sure you've updated to version 8.4 or higher, but I recommend using the latest version as some new features are already available out, I start by initializing an empty Firebase project with Firebase.
Then I choose the products I need, and since I am demonstrating, I choose everything, I put in my project ID and other important information to get to where I indicate which emulators to record would like to initialize what I all want again. Here you can specify which ports you want to run each emulator and user interface on. For me, all of the default settings are fine.
Now I just have to start the emulator with Firebase and start emulators. This gives me a screen telling me which emulators are running on which ports. The emulator UI port starts at 4,000 by default.
So let's open it. The emulator starts off with an overview of all of your local running services. You may notice that this looks a little different from the Firebase console.
It's purple. And why did we do this? Actually, why did we do this? Hey , Tyler.TYLER CROWE: We wanted to make it particularly clear that the EmulatorUI was different from the production UI.
Mixing these up can be dangerous. So we've introduced a new color to the Firebase palette - purple. As you navigate, you'll notice that purple appears in the buttons, selection status, and hover status.
And if you look carefully, you will find that we are a new company. introduced vicon for Firebase with that purple taste in it. If you need to get to the Firebase console, you can get there from a link on the overview page.
DAVID EAST: Now let's see this thing in action. I'll start with the Realtime Database. First off, I'd like to mention that the Realtime DatabaseViewer has been completely redesigned.
It might look familiar now, but the editing controls are a bit more sophisticated. Adding new nodes gives you an inline editor similar to Firestore. By defaultB, we populate child nodes with push IDs for keys.
And you can choose from a whole range of data types, such as: B. Arrays, but also a map, which is basically an object. Now that's great for quick data manipulation.
But what? I really need a bulk import of data when developing apps. And that is exactly what you can do either by selecting a file or by dragging and dropping it in the viewport. So we have an entire data set to work with.
And while it's really nice to be able to see this test data here in the emulator, I really want to connect it to an app. So let me dive into my code editor. Right here I have some code in the editor, and it works as a task app that connects to the real-time database.
This configuration, to talk to a production instance, I'm going to write this little if statement. And I will check if the hostname of the location is equal to hosts as I know that I am local I will use a configuration that just returns the databaseURL which is the local host 9000, the port I booted on, and then a query string of ns corresponds to my project id emulator UI and ns is namespace. And the great thing about it is, just because it's plugged into the local emulator, I don't have to make any other code changes other than this configuration.
So when I open my app you will see that everything works exactly the same except that it only runs locally and has different filter states. I can filter tasks whether they are complete or incomplete, whether they are due today or this week, or they belong to a specific category - work, fitness, personal, finance, whatever. And so, with the real-time database, I know that I'm getting an explicit query on the task node.
I'm not sure how I'll do multiple queries. Tyler? TYLER CROWE: Instead of relying on a query, we can save the completed tasks and nodes in the database. This implicitly gives us a query and can still carry out queries within the completed tasks.
This is a classic example of denormalization. DAVID EAST: Oh, that's a good idea. Let's redesign our database structure in the user interface.
The real-time database viewer has a filter feature that creates a query behind the scenes and filters the record down, oh, you can even enable a table view for your RTDB data at each level, I filtered that data, I want it but copy it to a new location in the database which I can do with the new clone function, the clone function takes all the data in that location and copies it to a new path in the database if a filter has been applied you have the option to just cloning the filtered dataset, which is exactly what I want to test now. Now I have all of these tasks broken down by status completed, but what about the category? Could i do the same “It's a little more complicated because I could have an infinite number of categories, so I can't just clone them by hand. Tyler? TYLER CROWE: Now for something really powerful.
To save each task according to its category, I'll de-normalize normalization. So I'm going to create a method called de-normalize that takes in a database instance. And here we will read everything waiting for the tasks with async.
I want to make sure that every task is under every category it belongs to. To do this, I'm going to iterate over each snapshot and get its category and then create a large object. And this object stores each category as a key.
And then in each of those category keys of, we save the actual task. And when that's done we can save the whole thing in the root directory of the database. And just like that, when the snippet is run we have all the data denormalized to the right spots, so after each category.
The emulator user interface gives you a number of visual tools to increase your productivity. But if you have to do something more complicated, you can always go to DevTools. Now that the real-time database is covered, we can get started with firestore and functions.
The Firestore Data Viewer will be very familiar to all long-time Firestore users. You can do all the things you want the console to do, such as: For example, documents search or even filter the field you want to filter on, the condition, what is value, and then also whether it is ascending or descending. And as always, we'll show you what that query looks like in code.
And if You apply them, you can see the walks that have met these criteria. But one more great thing that we added was the ability to delete all your data with just that one button, which you shouldn't be afraid of, because while we're still If you don't have any UI tools to import data into Firestore, you can do so using the CLI. On the command line, you can export existing data in a running emulator.
You can do this with the Firebase Emulators Export command and then specify the export path. So you can call it a seed, test data - whatever. I'm going to call it Seed name.
And if you have existing data it will ask if it's okay to overwrite it, which in this case is okay in my opinion. And my export is complete, use it when you restart the emulator UI. And I'll use the Firebase emulator's startup command to start it up again, but this time I'll use this import flag.
And I can specify my path, which we called the seed. And we're ready to go again. And for some reason, this time because of all the crazy things I'm doing on my development machine, I couldn't start on 4000.
But the CLI will start me on the next available port, which in this case is 4001. Now in my emulator UI we have all of the data that we exported and that means I don't have to worry about deleting it anytime. The Firestore user interface is already pretty advanced so there isn't too much to show.
What I'd really like to do now is show you how it all works with Cloud Functions. The data in this Firestore Viewer is an app for logging walks. Every time you take a walk, you log an entry.
I want to add a feature that allows me to automatically log the weather from my location. So let's write a Cloud Functions function. We trigger it from an On Createtrigger at the location of the hikes.
And when a document is created, I query a weather API and then update the documents. And all of this is done locally We now recommend that when you write Cloud Functions, try to mock your services locally while developing it so everything is really fast. Instead of using a real weather API, I'm going to mock one with a cloud function.
I know it's very meta. This is just my preference, but feel free to call over the network if that best suits your needs. So this mock-up will just pull the location out of the body, just put that in that little fake weather map and come back, which will be hard-coded weather.
I could do something by chance, but that's just weather trigger at the moment, so I save the endpoint as a constant, and now inside Update Weathertrigger we get the location of the newly created documents, and we can use that as the body of the retrieve request our just created Cloud Functions function. If we get the weather data back as a response, then as JSON, we can update the document with the weather data. And since we are using asynchronous waits, we need to make sure that this method is marked as asynchronous which I forget all the time.
The emulator picks up on code changes immediately, and we're ready to test. So let's create a new walk. But nothing happens.
Hey tyler. TYLER CROWE: On the Protocols tab, you can see all the protocols from all emulators in the suite. Using a fuzzy search, if we search for the function name, we can find all of the logs for that function trigger.
Now here you will find that we made a mistake in using a relative url instead of an absolute url. If we make a quick change here and do a quick test, off we go. We now have a successful trigger.
DAVID EAST: OK that was a lot, and we haven't even gotten to this pub / sub emulator that if you want to see a article about it, be sure to leave a comment, and if you want to see a article on how to test your security rules with the emulator, check out Todd Kerpelman and Rachel Mey I hope that in these 15 minutes you have learned how to create a local first Firebase development workflow. And if you want to see features of the EmulatorUI, visit us on GitHub, because this project is open source, so we love seeing problems and pulling inquiries from you. And remember, this user interface is brand new.
As excited as we are today about what it can do, we're even more excited about the features we can add in the future.
How do I download AppLocale?
- Hit the start button and type “cmd”, you will see “cmd.exe” under Programs.
- Right click and select “Run as administrator” and click “Yes” on the confirmation window.
- Run apploc. msi through this command prompt – if your apploc. msi is under “Downloads”, this command would be “C:\Users\user_name\Downloads\apploc. msi”
How can I run Japanese games on Windows?
Click Apply. Click Start, then Control Panel. Click 'Clock, Language and Region' and pick Region and Language. Click the Administrative tab. Under the Language for non-Unicode programs section, click Change system locale and select Japanese.
Which is the best game for Japanese language?
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How does the game learn Japanese to survive?
The game is structured so that, at the start of each chapter, players learn several new katakana characters, after which they’re free to explore the surrounding environments where there are friends to be made and dangerous enemies to be battled. It’s in the latter—the dangerous enemies—that “Learn Japanese To Survive!
How to have fun with your Japanese students?
When your students are having fun, chances are they’re learning without realizing it. Introduce the words and phrases that relate to the activity before you start the activity so the students can use these as they play – demonstrate and encourage this as the game progresses.