Dot Kareshi -We’re 8bit Lovers!- I

Dot Kareshi -We're 8bit Lovers!- I

Have you already forgotten the time you spent playing with us back then? You’ve also become an adult and you’re probably busy. But even if it’s just a little, please remember us. Because of you… we’ve become warped!

An RPG world with many “H” temptations!? Now is the time to carve out a new legend together with the characters who were changed when you played the game!

1. Change system locale to Japanese (Instructions for Windows7)
2. Install provided font from game folder (Right-click on meiryo_dot_kare.ttf and choose “Install”)
3. Start the game with Module/DotKareshi.exe

101 Responses to “Dot Kareshi -We’re 8bit Lovers!- I”

  1. Harurookies says:

    I know I’m asking too much but,is it possible if the admins upload part 1 and part 2 as well..?

  2. Kagura says:

    it crashes T^T… after i click start… it say’s it’s not working…. ughhh huhuhu ToT

    • Jack o’ Lantern says:

      Hello, you should try this way. Hope it works for you.
      Right click at DotKareshi -> Run with graphics processor -> Change default graphics processor
      A window called manage 3D settings will pop up
      Then click Add and choose DotKareshi.exe
      Next, at the drop down menu choose High-performance NVIDIA processor.
      Let run the game again.

  3. Rune says:

    Did you follow the instruction? It will working if you change system locale to japanes

  4. Rune says:

    I have different issue in here.. Before i change system locale the game is not working but they have voice. But after i change system locale, the voice gone… Did do something wrong?

  5. Hanna says:

    Hi, can i please get some help? I started the game but there are no text or dialogue showing on my screen. Please help.

    • Ayy says:

      When the game starts, is there a box saying REVERSE near the title (on the title screen)? That means your localisation is not set to Japan, and will cause the text to not show up (e.g. if you try to close the game an empty bow will show with Yes and No options). Note that when you go to the settings for location (Change location), you have to go into the Administrative tab, not the Location tab (that doesn’t do anything) – and there change the “Language for non-Unicode programs” to Japanese. After that you’ll need to restart.
      Hopefully this helps.

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