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Song of Divine Tempest

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東方鳴神歌 (とうほうめいじんか)
Song of Divine Tempest
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Developer

Drillimation Systems /
Studio Emiko / E. Enthusiasm

Publisher

Drillimation Systems

Released

November 10, 2023 (beta)
December 8, 2023 (full)

Genre

Vertical Danmaku Shooting Game

Gameplay

Single-player and co-op story mode

Platforms

Windows 8.1 / 10 / 11

Official Site

Download


Touhou Meijinka (Song of the Thunder God) ~ Song of Divine Tempest (東方鳴神歌 ~ Song of Divine Tempest) is a fan-made Touhou Project game developed and published by Drillimation Systems in collaboration with Studio Emiko and E. Enthusiasm. Originally an album composed in the style of a theoretical Touhou game and released in May 2023, it received a game adaptation later the same year. The graphics and sound are modeled after a Super Nintendo Entertainment System game.

Gameplay

While the game mostly features standard Touhou gameplay, this game can be played with up to two players on a single system.

Story

An endless thunderstorm caused by a mysterious concert appears, draining the audiences of the Prismriver Sisters and Choujuu Gigaku. Reimu Hakurei, Marisa Kirisame, Sakuya Izayoi, and Youmu Konpaku set out to find the source of the concert and its storm. The cause appears to lie beyond the Great Hakurei Barrier (called the Great Hakurei Divide in this game).

Music

Song of Divine Tempest is originally based on an album composed by Susumu Takajima. The samples for the instruments originate from keyboards and synthesizers from the late 1980s and early 1990s and are compressed to fit within the Super Nintendo's audio hardware. Not all songs are original; some are arrangements of songs from previous albums produced by Takajima.

Staff

  • Susumu Takajima (aka Prophet Driller) — Executive Producer/Producer/Graphic Artist/Composer/Lead Programmer
  • Emiko Hosokawa (Studio Emiko) — Director/Screenwriter/Character Designer
  • E. Enthusiasm — Graphic Artist

External links