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 No.1902

Yume Nikki on Android… Is it possible?

 No.1904

No, not currently. However, there is hope!

Android can't run .exe files (most everything is a java-based app), so naturally it can't run Yume Nikki as the game is now. It seems like more than one person is trying to make a program that can port an rpg maker game so it can be played via a downloadable android app, or an app of it's own if possible.

I have no idea when these are going to get done or if they even can be done since I haven't checked on this stuff in a few months now, but some googling might find more recent stuff.

 No.1905

With the simple question of whether or not it is possible, yes. If Square Enix will port 3DS games onto the android efficiently, Yume Nikki can be remade as well.

Let's dig a bit deeper; Is it possible for someone to actually go through the trouble? No.

 No.1934

As Android is a Linux distribution, you should be able to install Wine (a Windows emulator). Then it would be possible to install Yume Nikki, too. However, there might be some tricks to that since Wine isn't a perfect emulator.

 No.1935

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Okay, I researched this a bit and here is how I should believe it's done (I don't own any android device so I couldn't test this):

1. Get root access.

2. As there is no Wine APK you will have to compile Wine from source. So here's the download link for it: http://heanet.dl.sourceforge.net/project/wine/Source/1.1.27/wine-1.1.27.tar.bz2

3. Follow these steps to install: http://www.winehq.org/docs/wineusr-guide/installing-wine-source
If there are some packages you need, get them. This is the part you need the root access for.

4.The easiest way is to get a Yume Nikki installer and run it with Wine. That way you don't have to install the RTP separately. Then again, if you want to play 2kki or .flow or something like that you need the rtp installer, too.

5.Now you should be able to run rtp_rt.exe with Wine and as such be able to play yume nikki.

 No.2186

>>1935
What
No
There's no Wine for Android yet. They're working on it.

But even if you installed Wine on your Android device, you woulnd't be able to control anything without a bluetooth keyboard. Or maybe a wiimote. Unless Wine had some kind of on-screen keyboard made for games, but it probably won't.

 No.2194

>>2186

Unless someone built a specific WINE layer with onscreen mappable controls.

 No.2359

>>1902
Depends on if you know how to code for Android and have the time and want it on Android enough.

 No.4390

download easy-rpg player from google play it runs yume nikki pretty well its still work in progress.
https://easy-rpg.org/forums/viewforum.php?f=4

 No.4391

>>4390
I've wanted a goddamn PSP build of this for years.

Right now there's not even a builds/psp directory for compiling

 No.4803

I need this

 No.9031

I cant understand wanting to play an atmospheric game like yume nikki on a small screen. it would be like watching and arthouse film on your phone

 No.9032

>>9031
needing big screens to be immersed is a myth. size doesn't really matter if you're actually paying attention to the content

 No.9033

>>9031
It's moreso because phones are designed to be portable and used in short bursts that goes against Yume Nikki's atmospheric and immersive design. The game doesn't really need a large resolution to see everything on screen.
Although having to use your grubby fingers to move around using an unreliable digital D-pad and to hit digital buttons to use effects would also break immersion, too, since the small screen would force that to get in the way of what you're seeing.



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