New build now, new video later

EDIT 4: Video’s done, now I just need to export it and upload it.

EDIT 3: I definitely should have said “2:00 AM” instead of “1:00 AM”…sorry again…

EDIT 2: I’m sorry, the new video will probably be uploaded sometime around 1:00 AM PST on March 17th!

EDIT 1: I’m sorry, the new video probably won’t be ready until sometime in the afternoon or nighttime on March 16th!

I’m working on a new video, but it’s not quite done yet. For now, you can have this new build, with some bug fixes and a few minor changes / additions. Scroll down beneath this beautiful illustration by NZ-Eon to see a list of all of the changes in this build:

She also drew this super-cool illustration of Osana! I love it!

Fixes, Changes, Additions

  • Fixed bug that would occur when Kokona found a note in her locker, rejected it, and attempted to throw it over her shoulder.
  • Added Lycoris Radiata around the mythical cherry tree. This is related to the game’s lore. You’ll understand one day.
  • Fixed bug that would cause another student’s hair to appear on Yandere-chan’s head in the Befriend/Betray cutscene.
  • Fixed bug that would cause Yandere-kun to use female idle/walk/run animations under certain circumstances.
  • Fixed bug that would cause the Senpai Shrine to open if the player paused the game while near the shrine.
  • Fixed bug that was causing some parts of female Martial Arts Clubmember bandanas to appear black.
  • Replaced very old 3D models on the school rooftop that looked extremely out-of-place.
  • Replaced some temporary placeholder art assets with original, final assets.
  • Removed Yandere-kun’s permanent smirk.
  • Changed Yandere-kun’s hair.

123 thoughts on “New build now, new video later

  1. Wikipedia (I know, most reliable source) about the flower mentioned. “Some legends have it that when you see someone that you may never meet again, these flowers, also called red spider lilies or corpse flowers, would bloom along the path. Perhaps because of these sorrowful legends, Japanese people often used these flowers in funerals.”

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