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Gensou Ningyou Enbu (幻想人形演舞, lit. "Fantasy Puppet Dance Performance"), also known unofficially as Touhou Puppet Dance Performance, is a spiritual successor to the Pokémon FireRed hack Touhou Puppet Play, involving training and collecting puppets of various Touhou characters. The game was released at Comiket 87 on December 30th. The developer of the game is doujin circle FocasLens, which consists of HemoglobinA1C, the original developer of the Touhou Puppet Play ROM Hacks.
Touhou Puppet Dance Performance, unlike the Touhou Puppet Play ROM Hacks, is an entirely stand alone game, built with its own engine and mechanics, which draw heavy inspiration from the 6th Generation of the Pokemon franchise. The game puts the player in the sealed realm of Gensokyo, where they travel around trying to figure out how to get home and, in the process, deal with an incident of these newfound Puppets which showed up in Gensokyo out of the blue.
This wiki documents the various aspects of the game, and its expansion Yume no Kakera, as translated by the English Touhou Puppet Play community, and is currently under construction trying to document and make sure data is correct. Feel free to register if you want to contribute to the wiki!
- 2016-07-08 The Interface Translation Patch for Yume no Kakera/Shard of Dreams was released.
- 2015-12-30 Yume no Kakera, the expansion for the base game, was released at Comiket 89.
- 2015-11-26 The complete English Translation patch was released.
- 2014-12-30 Touhou Puppet Dance Performance was released at Comiket 87.