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Saturday, February 25, 2006
Immaterial and Missing Power is the collaborative result of two acclaimed Japanese developers, ZUN and Tasogare Frontier. Even for a trial, there's a lot of replayability as four characters are made available for just about all gameplay modes.

To switch to full screen or change key assignments, you need to modify the config.exe file properties by right clicking on it. Select compatibility tab, check the first box and choose Windows 2000. The first check box in the configuration menu modifies your window setting.

You earn spellcards by inflicting damage to your opponent. Once the spellcard counter increases, the spell declaration mode can be initiated by pressing down twice and then the D button. To cast a spell, do a circular motion from down to front using the directional keys and tap the D button.

Most characters can launch projectiles by holding front and pressing one of the buttons. Moves are also conveniently listed in the character selection and pause menu as well.

Click on the small image to access the download page. Gameplay information can be found here.

Name: Immaterial and Missing Power
Developer: Team Shanghai Alice
Category: Action
Type: Demo
Size: 110MB


Anonymous Anonymous said at 1/31/2006 03:00:00 PM:  
Are you obsessed with games in Japanese? I mean I would understand if YOU were Japanese, but I think it's a bit of bias.
Blogger Tim said at 1/31/2006 03:09:00 PM:  
I think I'd be biased if I didn't write about Japanese games, actually.

But I will write about less Japanese games now that you've mentioned it. :)
Anonymous Anonymous said at 1/31/2006 11:31:00 PM:  
What is wrong with covering what is out there? The japanese are notorious for making games.