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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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  • UnnamedStudios UnnamedStudios

    I'll be uploading newer updates to White Day here (newest version currently v16.1) from a different account ('aiyume'). I understand Windows 10 is causing all sorts of issues and I'm here to suss them out.

    v16.1 should fix most issues, but v16.2 is also on the way.

    Thanks everyone

    Oh and the reason I'm using a different account is because I couldn't remember my login details for this one, and gave up. Turns out I remembered it after all but I'm just gonna commit to my new one now :|

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    • getacookie getacookie

      Thank you so much for fixing it up! I can now play this version while I wait for the remake. <(owo)>

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  • jf909 jf909

    HELLO! This post is for everyone who's having trouble getting this game to work - just some things I've observed while trying to run it myself. I hope it helps.

    First of all, if you're using the "manual installation" then it seems you're meant to run 'whiteday.reg' and 'applocale.exe' inside the WHITEDAY folder before you can play it. The "full installation" does this all for you it seems.

    If you have the bug where there's no HUD and a floating doorknob, then here's what the problem is:

    HF pApploc, the locale program that is bundled with this version of White Day, no longer works on Windows 10. So, we must use this program now instead: Github.com

    Download it, and run "LEInstaller.exe", then open "LEGUI.exe", and create a profile for Korean, and make sure the settings look like this: I.imgur.com

    Then, right click 'whiteday.exe' inside the WHITEDAY folder, and under 'Locale Emulator' select 'Korean'. You know it's worked when you can see Korean characters when you click on 'Device setting' on the launcher thingy, and not just gibberish.

    Second problem: The game runs too fast!!
    How to fix this: Open 'Device setting' on the launcher, and change DX8 to DX7.

    I'm not sure how to get DX8 running the game at the correct FPS on Windows 10, but I barely notice the difference with DX7, so...

    This game does work but I guess on Windows 10 is has some difficulties. I hope this helps you.

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    • jf909 jf909

      Never mind about DX7 - that seems to just crash it.

      To fix the gaming running too fast, put this in your WHITEDAY folder: Enbdev.com

      Should fix that completely.

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    • jf909 jf909

      Oh, and I think if you still want to use the options on the 'White Day - Start.exe' launcher thingy, you can. Just open it and turn cheats on or off or whatever - you just can't launch White Day with it anymore if you're on Windows 10+.

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  • retlavraiuga retlavraiuga

    The game runs very slow for me, don't know why. On DX7 it runs 60fps, but crashes after the first cutscene. In dx8 is frustratingly laggy. Help?

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  • Widderune Widderune

    "White Day" has the Green Light on Steam!
    Steamcommunity.com

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  • Widderune Widderune

    A remake of "White Day" has been released for mobile devices:
    www.whitedaygame.com
    Just to let everyone know, I'm not trying to spam because this is true.
    So if you have an iPhone or an Android, check it out!

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  • TellurianTeam TellurianTeam

    Can someone tell me if Hard mode has a time limit like Real mode does? I was told once upon a time that it does, but there's no mention of it anywhere. I'd like to try it, but having a time limit would destroy my immersion.

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