Tsujidou-san no Jun’ai Road Update #21

Final update before I’ll be in Japan for three weeks.

Common Route Part 1: 100.0%
Common Route Part 2: 100.0%
Ai: 100.0%
Renna: 0.0%
Maki: 48.56%
Saeko: 0.0%
Total: 61.67%


I actually don’t know if Trip will continue translating while I’m away. Progress might be slower than normal for the next coming weeks.

See you on the other side.

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Tsujidou-san no Jun’ai Road Update #21

Tsujidou-san no Jun’ai Road Update #18

I’ve started and finished SakuSaku this week. It was pretty comfy, though the Ann/Tina route were very different from the others, I saved those two for last so it was kinda surprising after the pretty much normal moege routes. All the girls were cute though. Yuuri a best.

Common Route Part 1: 100.0%
Common Route Part 2: 100.0%
Ai: 100.0%
Renna: 0.0%
Maki: 20.57%
Saeko: 0.0%
Total: 54.7%


I’ll be in Japan from November 6th – November 26th, so I don’t think I’ll be able to work during that time. Trip will (probably) just keep on translating, but obviously I’ll be severely behind. It’ll probably delay the route with a week (or two).

Other than that, there’s not much to talk about.

I’ll see you next week.

Tsujidou-san no Jun’ai Road Update #18

Tsujidou-san no Jun’ai Road Update #16 (Ai Route Patch)

Sixteen weeks in, and we’re finally ready to release our first route-partial patch. The past two weeks have been spent on refining the script, figuring out how to work the engine, and editing background/CGs.

As you can see here, Triplicate has been spending a lot of time redrawing/translating/typesetting the backgrounds, and we’re very happy with the results.

After having read the route twice, I was curious as to how long the route actually is. So I wrote a script do count the words, and I also ran that on Hatsukoi, to compare. Here are the results.

Tsujidou:

Common: 115k
Ai: 203k

Hatsukoi:

Common: 90k
Runa: 127k
Maya: 102k
Kyou: 83k
Midori: 81k
Yukino: 78k

Ai’s route – as you can see – is significantly longer than any route in Hatsukoi. This doesn’t mean that Tsujidou is a bigger game, because there are only 3(.5) routes, with Renna’s and Maki’s route being at least 25% shorter than Ai’s.


That’s enough stuff you don’t care about; you came here for a patch, and a patch you shall get.

Ai + Common Route Patch: Click here. This package includes:

  • Translation of the Common Route and the Ai Route;
  • Translated SD art assets;
  • Translated HD art assets;
  • Ai Route walkthrough;
  • List of references used in Ai’s route, with explanation.

Just copy over all these files to the root Tsujidou folder, and run 辻堂さんの純愛ロード.exe

The file below is only needed if you can’t get your game to run. We’ve had several reports that this patch is needed on PCs with Windows10 and nvidia GPUs.

Patch 1.0.3 + Crack: Click here. Please install our translation patch first, then the 1.0.3 patch in this 7z. A readme is included.


We’ll start working on Maki route next week, so please look forward to that.

As always, if you have any issues with the patch, translation, or anything related to the game, you can let us know here or on /vn/. We’ll try to get back to you as soon as we can.

Tsujidou-san no Jun’ai Road Update #16 (Ai Route Patch)

Tsujidou-san no Jun’ai Road Update #15

It’s been a long 15 weeks, but Ai’s route has finally been translated. Unfortunately, the patch is not yet ready for release, but it’s still a decent milestone.

Common Route Part 1: 100.0%
Common Route Part 2: 100.0%
Ai: 100.0%
Renna: 0.0%
Maki: 0.0%
Saeko: 0.0%
Total: 49.58%


The coming two weeks will be spent on QC’ing, image editing, and generally prettying up the patch. Hence translation progress will probably be nonexistent until we release Ai Route patch.

Tsujidou-san no Jun’ai Road Update #15