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Nyaa Torrents is dead, but luckily for anime fans everywhere there are still some decent alternatives out there. For years after its inception, Nyaa Torrents was one of the largest and most reliable resources for anime and east Asian media. The public torrent tracker included everything from Japanese TV shows to Korean dramas and Chinese films, making it easy for anyone to download and watch foreign movies no matter where they live.


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Hide Up. Forum Settings Forums. How to play torrented visual n Recent Watched Ignored Search Forum. How to play torrented visual novels? I'm very sorry for a stupid question, but I'm been busting my brains for the past hour or two trying to play a VN I torrented. I have no experience what-so-ever with torrents, so using visual novel torrent site these torrent sites, downloading torrents, etc is a first-time thing for me.

I am so confused how to get the torrent to play, and yes, I have a software that can play torrents. I will try to include all the details I know, so please bear with me. Game I torrented is from fuwanovel, Utawarerumono, and says that I don't need to change my computer settings to Japanese to play it 2. I download the torrent, and open containing folder. All I see is that the "type" is a "file folder".

I looked at many torrent guides and usually see people dealing with rar, dat, or whatever file it is, not file folders. I don't know anything about "unpacking" or "compressing" or "unzipping" a torrent or whatever the heck you do with a torrent after downloading it. So what I do after downloading it? I try to play the torrent using torrent playing software like Daemon Lite, but I can't use the torrent file with it. I assume this ties back to 2. So to do anything with the torrent, I have to use 7zip, Winrar, or something like that to do something?

I hear about this too, but I don't know. I see guides for videos and music, but not any for visual novels. I don't see a play option or anything of the sort with the torrent I downloaded. ALso, I saw that I cannot "extract" file folders, but I can for other types of files. My torrented Utawarerumono is a file folder as a whole, and the only option with 7zip is the compress it.

FOr now, this is the info I can come up with concerning my issue. I apologize again if I am sounding very stupid at this point, I really want it to be clear on how to play visual novels. Most of the time with torrent VN you just need to install it from the game folder. If you have to unzip it first use winrar or 7zip on the compressed folder by right clicking the file and chose extract option. Kickstarter for Rokujouma is fully funded. Good work everyone. Lets wait for the result of our hard work together.

NeoAnkara said: Most of the time with torrent VN you just need to install it from the game folder. Post your folder pick and maybe I can help you after seeing it. Edited- Removed pics since they had some info on them. Will soon. If nothing is compressed, you don't need those. Leave it alone.

Treat it like a typical computer game - just run the exe. Utawarerumono should just run from the included shortcuts, no install necessary. At least, that's how it was when I dl'd it from Fuwanovel.

You don't need to install or anything. Just move the game folder to another place or make your torrent software stop seeding it. Just execute one of the. Cyaegha said: Utawarerumono should just run from the included shortcuts, no install necessary. Your pics don't help because they're partially obscured by the context menu and don't show all the files anyway. Narmy said: Your pics don't help because they're partially obscured by the context menu and don't show all the files anyway.

NeedHelp56 said: I already mentioned that I don't see any exe file of any sort within the entire folder. It seems you already figured it out.

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Just wanted to tell you to pls seed :D. BBCode Kickstarter for Rokujouma is fully funded. I see an install file when i open up the entire folder. I just edited my post, and added 6. Do I compress the entire file folder, then extract it? Edit- The install file is a LOG file if that helps. I could extract that, but I figure I have to extract the entire downloaded torrent file someway.

The edit earlier was due to my still having my name on the photos. I blacked them out now Mod Edit: Use a spoiler tag for large images, thanks. Pabloc Offline ed: Sep Posts: In response to your s: 1. Okay, got it.

I saw something about ISO too, and saw it wasn't the case here too. What do you mean by "whole" folder?

How do you differentiate "whole" and "torrent" folders. When I downloaded this torrent, I got this "whole" or entire folder from picture 1.

I don't know which files to move out of the main folder. Also, about it being active, I stopped the "seeding" so to speak, but I don't know anything about how the torrent can still be running or active in another way.

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It's status is "finished". Well, kinda lazy and partly how I'm more used to these forums than others.

I don't usually go around several forums. I tend to stick to this one and a few others, but I should probably pose this question too on their boards. I don't see any exe file either. I remember playing other downloaded games not torrents that I can run the exe, but not the case here. Cyaegha Offline ed: Mar Posts: Noboru Online ed: Jan Posts: I already mentioned that I don't see any exe file of any sort within the entire folder. I tried to open all the files, but none of them akes the game play. ANd by moving the game folder, it doesn't change the content of the files so I still can't play it.

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Edit: Okay, I finally found it guys. It was an application file and I can get the game to work now. Again, I apologize for the trouble, but thanks to everyone who responded. Thanks so much for your time. Narmy Offline ed: Jun Posts: Yeah, sorry about that.

I did them in a hurry and I only wanted to show a specific file, but I did finally find what I needed. I'm glad for your concern and thanks.