Th125/Help messages English
Same rules as for in-game dialogue: You have 2 lines for every message, even if the original message just uses 1, and vice-versa. If you need more in-game space, ask someone on Discord. If you don't need all the space even for your longest translation, tell them too; maybe we could then make the font bigger for everyone.
Also, note that this contains copies of most of the help messages from Shoot the Bullet.
Once the film is at 100%, you can press the shot button to take pictures.
If you hold both the shot and focus button, the camera will recharge faster.
When shooting, holding the shot button lets you move the focus around for a fixed time.
You can check the Game Manual and how-to-play from the pause menu.
Pictures without the boss in them (failures) are not evaluated. They don't add to your score.
Taking pictures just to clear the danmaku isn't such a bad idea, either.
You have unlimited pictures, but if you run out of time, the boss will flee, so hurry.
Sometimes it's a good idea to get right up close to a boss, or even behind them.
If you quickly press and release the shot button, you can clear danmaku near you.
In general, taking pictures when there are lots of bullets will earn more points.
When the boss goes "tock", it's a shutter chance!
Bigger danmaku earns more points than smaller. Faster danmaku, as well.
Play an hour a day.
Your score is the total points from all successful pictures. Others acts don't count.
There are also lots of trivial bonuses.
Camera phones have GPS location info in them, so be careful using them in public.
Taking a little break can improve your concentration.
Aim to capture the moment when the boss fires her bullets.
It feels kind of nice to see yourself in your pictures.
Without newspapers, throwing away the kitchen garbage would be a pain.
The drops of light left after you capture danmaku help reload the film a little.
Even if you say you're rolling film, people these days might not get it.
If you quickly press and release the shot button, you can clear danmaku close to you.
Try watching for spaces to draw close to the boss, then shoot.
Newspapers aren't all fabrications, so don't come up with radical theories.
Your score is the total points from all successful pictures. Others don't add to your score.
Bulk camera stores sell other things, too. Cameras are just their main product.
The more wild and colorful the bullets you capture, the higher your score.
In reality, if you take voyeuristic shots, you'll be caught. It'll mess up your life.
There are various requirements you can fulfill to earn bonus points, as well.
When you take a picture with three people, the person in the middle will die early.
Disposable cameras are never really disposable.
No one but Aya knows what the pictures she takes get used for.
A good controller will build a good soul.
Spirit photographs are ten percent real ghosts.
Inequality will visit equally.
Underage drinking is forbidden by law.