White Day: A Labyrinth Named School (화이트데이: 학교라는 이름의 미궁). The story of a young man's trip into school at the dead of night to deliver some candy in preparation for the Eastern Holiday of the same name, White Day (the South Korean/Japanese equivalent of Valentine's Day) to 'So-yeong', a girl at school he likes, and to return the diary she left behind. Finding himself locked up soon after entering, escaping the school now becomes a nightmare...
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You can use this patch to update your full installation of White Day to version 16.3.
Acceptable versions to update from:
v15.4, v15.6, v15.9, v16, v16.1, v16.2
If you need a copy of White Day, then other users have uploaded full installations of v15.4 and v15.6 here on ModDB: Indiedb.com. Download that first, then use this patch.
Sorry for the delay to this update. It's here now. Check the changelog for changes:
- Redesigned launcher
- Made the launcher default to no windows 10 fixes
- Fixed the launcher's dxwnd time stretch option not working due to broken path
- Fixed the launcher crashing when not able to find dxwnd.exe
- Added "dxwnd\White Day.dxw"
- Moved cheat on / off from the launcher to the official launcher (the small 'C' button launches the game in cheat mode)
- Added option in the launcher to launch white day without locale emulator, for people with korean locale for non-unicode programs enabled, or a korean locale computer
- Added back credits.htm
- Added 'changelog' option on white day launcher, which opens readme.htm (containing the old changelog)
- Removed changelog.txt
- Corrected spacing and spelling in white day launcher
- Removed buttons that do not do anything on the white day launcher
- Translated error messages and settings of official launcher
- Fixed language selection in the official launcher's settings, though the game is yet to be fully bilingual. For now, please keep the language selection on Korean for it to appear in English
This update should fix the texture bugs encountered by Windows 10 users trying to play the game with the enb dx8>9 wrapper. It does this by offering an alternative way to fix the original speedy game bug Windows 10 users had - the time stretch feature found in DXWnd. You can now switch between using the enb wrapper, dxwnd time stretch or using nothing at all - all from the launcher.
DXWnd's time stretch feature makes this game feel jittery, but I think it's a good compromise.
So, if you find yourself with texture bugs on Windows 10, try clicking on the new 'More Options' button on the launcher, and select 'DXWnd Time Stretch'.
Here's an image of the latest launcher:
And here's the changelog for this update as always:
- Added extra section to the launcher that includes options to switch between using the enb wrapper, DXWnd time stretch and using nothing at all
- Fixed graphical bugs on Windows 10 that occur when using the enb wrapper when you select the new 'DXWnd Time Stretch' option added to the launcher. This is another method of playing the game on Windows 10 if enb wrapper fails you - it makes the game jittery but I feel it's a good compromise for w10 users faced with either playing in 2x speed or living with texture contortions.