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Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 11:36 am
by Onionchan
Thank you for the quick and helpful fix! I just have one last problem, sorry if this sounds so noobish T___T But well, I made it past the rocks (where you have to play 3 pieces) and got the last piece. But when I tried playing the last piece in town by clicking Larry's shop, it simply said that I made a mistake :S I tried playing all the siren's pieces, and they all got the same result. I then received the "bad ending".

I'm not sure if it's just me :S

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 12:14 pm
by VenusEclipse
Hmmm... I'm trying to reproduce that. ^^;
I still get a story after choosing Larry's shop from the play option in town. That's exactly what you did, right?

Edit: Oh wait, it's not a bug. It's my fault for not missing one part in the walkthrough. I just updated it. You must go to the waterfall first and play the last piece there. XD
Sorry about that. Thanks for telling me. ^^;

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 1:50 pm
by greenheartnellie
Ashurei wrote:greenheartnellie: If memory serves...
For that part you have to play another music sheet or two to shift the rocks around, which then blocks the waterfall. I can't remember which colours though, I just went through all of them until something happened. xD
Thank you! Haha I got so frustrated earlier and I thought I missed doing something else but I don't know what. I'll finish the game tomorrow/later (coz it's like 1:33am as I am writing this) xD

VenusEclipse: Thanks for the walkthrough as well :D

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 3:24 pm
by EternalDandelions
VenusEclipse wrote:To OnionChan: Did the day end first? Did you go back to grandpa's house and then go to sleep? When I look at the traceback, I see you're on ch 3 in the game so your second day did end. And did you play something for the crash or did the crash just happened after getting the item? The exact time helps since every event and crash depends on what just happened.^_^
I found them. They'll be fixed in the new upload. People aren't supposed to select specific items to play at in the guestroom.

To Anstarx: You can still play through the game. Just avoid playing anything in the guestroom. Nothing really happens in there except Gray sleeping and understanding his background more. ^_^ Follow the walkthrough if stuck.
New: I fixed this since it's the same problem OnionChan has even if it doesn't seem like it. It'll be in the new upload.

If you don't want to redownload, You can finish the VN even if there are errors or crashes.
Just follow the walkthrough here. Sorry for the inconvenience!

Quick Walkthrough:
After getting the first music
Day 2
-Go back to grandpa's first
-Play third piece in town, by the second shop
-Play fourth piece on the bridge

Day 3
-Unlock beach area by talking to townie
-Play pieces by rocks there to find fifth beach
-Play fifth piece by statue

Day 4
-Search grandpa's to find sixth piece
-Go to forest to play sixth piece
-There's 3 pieces in this water area to play. The tremours mean you play that piece after a different piece so choose another piece if you get tremors but nothing happened.
-Go to the waterfall, play the piece you found
-Play last piece in town, clicking Larry's shop

- The rest is just straight talking and moving.
Again, apologizes for difficulty despite the fact I lowered the difficulty level during testing. Some people breezed passed it easily while some didn't. ^_^
omg yay walkthrough ;A; i was stuck for hours lol :)

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 4:34 pm
by Anstarx
VenusEclipse wrote: You can still play through the game. Just avoid playing anything in the guestroom. Nothing really happens in there except Gray sleeping and understanding his background more. ^_^
Yeah I figured it out. I actually finished the game and I have to say that it was really good! Best part? The music. I really enjoyed it, good work :D

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 4:47 pm
by EternalDandelions
I am stuck...
After you leave Chakeyra in beach and finish asking her questions, what are you supposed to do next?
EDIT: nevermind i got the ending... it was amazing QAQ
the story was deeper than i expected OuO

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2012 2:01 am
by greenheartnellie
I finished it! Yay! I love the story so much, VenusEclipse :D

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2012 3:44 am
by Connie
YESS! I'm pumped for this! I can't wait to try it out! Frozen Essence was amazing! I have to try to ASAP.

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 12:35 am
by VenusEclipse
Thank you all for your comments and I'm glad you like the story. \^_^/;

To Anstarx
Yes, the music is a big part of the game so I had to make sure it fit all moments. I had to sorta beg for custom audio to be made in such a short period of time. xD!

Posted: Fri Apr 27, 2012 3:39 pm
by kara24601
Usually I have a love-hate thing for "hidden object" games because the art and stories are almost always so good but since they're "hidden object" games the "playing" part is crap so it makes the game something that makes me mad especially since most hidden object games cost money and I hate how hard they make most of those kind of games - in my opinion most of the games that are hidden object games should've been fantasy rpg / adventure or whatever not a hidden object game. That being said I ended up enjoying this, I was half-expecting a tougher game but thankfully it was nowhere near as frustrating as most "hidden object" games are. Of course the best part is I didn't even have to worry about this turning out to be a demo , it is a full game and a free one at that! The art is not like most "hidden object" games so those looking for a hidden object game with a different kind of art should not be disappointed. I enjoyed the story.

Oh, and this game was a lot easier than Frozen Essence too. I love FE but for some reason I keep having trouble getting every little cg or whatever in the bonus / extras section. LOL

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Sat Apr 28, 2012 12:59 am
by Coren
Hmm, even without the violin Gray can for some reason play his original violin song.

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Sat Apr 28, 2012 1:22 am
by VenusEclipse
To kara24601:
Thank you for replying. I didn't want to make this hidden object system too hard for the time it was made in, and to have the difficulty ruin the immersion of the story.

To Kirroha:
Do you remember exactly where you tried to play and after which specific event? I have to disable it after every event on my part so it's hard for me to pinpoint it. Thanks.
And do you have version 1.2?

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl [Supernatural, hidden object]

Posted: Sat Apr 28, 2012 1:37 am
by Coren
Yep I have version 1.2. I can't really pinpoint where exactly it was, sorry, but just to tell you.

It's a really interesting story, but the way. I swore I cried when
Mason died
. I really like these kinds of grandfather-resembles-grandson stories too. Like Umineko.

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl v1.2- mystery,"music" hidden ob

Posted: Sat Apr 12, 2014 9:46 pm
by cuttlefish
Played v1.3, and enjoyed it thoroughly :) At first I couldn't figure out how to "Search",
but once I got over that, I had fun reading the story and figuring out the music and hidden object puzzles.

Not sure if these will ever be corrected, but there were a few code typos:
1. In Mason's flashback, Gray was used for a line of dialogue once (Gray's side sprite popped up).
2. Sometime after you visit Mason's place with Chakeyra again (I think), Chakeyra's name is used for Gray's dialogue for a short bit.
They were a bit distracting, but didn't detract much from the overall experience.

The one thing I felt could use the most improvement was
Chakeyra's voice. She didn't sound as alluring as she should have, in my opinion,
and that broke some of the immersion for me.
Overall, wonderful game.

Re: Legend of the Piper Girl v1.2- mystery,"music" hidden ob

Posted: Sun Apr 13, 2014 11:06 am
by helenburns
This is a stunning game and certainly deserves more views. The original soundtrack is a work of beauty and I have gained a tremendous amount of enjoyment from the listening of it. The story is wonderful and I liked the character of the Siren. She is beautiful and sad. I have expected the Orange Girl to be the evil person and the game has subverted my expectations. All the characters have amazing relationships. I will give 5 stars in total.