Here's hoping someone sees this post. I think a great way to help grow the community again is to integrate the wiki with a discord server. We have a Clock Tower series fan server that has been around for a while and still growing. If anyone is down to help get this set up, then I'd appreciate it! Link is here: https://discord.gg/G8x6kgstVS
What's on your mind?
Hello, I'm not sure I'm allowed to advertise a discord server (On Fallout Fandom you can't), but I was wondering if anyone would like to join a Haunting Ground themed server. I'll refrain from posting the link directly here, but if anyone is interested it's in my bio. Hope to see you Fiona and Hewie fans there and thanks in advance.
How does one add a new bullet point? I tried adding one in the First Fear section but it groups the point with the previous point. Any help would be appreciated!
Hello! I'm Diario and I'm a big fan of the CT series and have been collecting for the series as well as documenting whatever I can find about the games and their development! It's nice to meet you!
What's the song that Jennifer plays in the music room?
Alright so I have the First Fear on SNES and everytime I try to interact with anything, the game freezes, Anyone else have this Issue?
While it says that Nolan is alive on his wiki page regardless of what events transpire in Jennifer's third scenario, the ending cinematic of Jennifer's C ending showing one survivor implies that Nolan is killed sometime afterwards; if others who see this agree, perhaps the phrasing in the infobox should be revised to reflect that.
So hey I’m new to the clock tower forums, but I had to make an account for this.
After a couple years of scrounging the Internet forums and shopping sites, I recently managed to acquire a copy of the Jennifer adventure novel. I heard a translation was in the works but have since heard nothing. I have since began working on translating all 305 pages to do so, but I only have an elementary understanding of Japanese
and have used google translate to do the heavy lifting. If you or you know someone who can help translate it would be amazing as since it’s like the final piece of clock tower for the forums. Through a discord I set up a google drive where I took pictures of all the pages so anyone else can help translate too
If you have any further questions feel free to message me on the site.
The white clover is Nancy's motif throughout the game. The official tracklisting on the album calls it "しろつめく" which I believe should be translated as "white clover", not "white pearlwort". The white clover appears in the form of the necklace, as well as the field that Alyssa wakes up in at the end of the game. It only makes since that it would also be the name of the song that Nancy sings to her, and not some other flower.
I was thinking Jennifer's character would make a great addition to the game, but I'm having trouble thinking of perks for her. I also think that Bobby would be an excellent idea as a new killer. Thoughts? Ideas?
Hi there! This is my first post for anything. But i have recently bought both a copy of TSW as well as a Japanese copy of Ghost Head for my growing collection for Clock Tower stuff, when i had a silly strange idea. I have a Windows 10 Computer, what would happen if i put in these nearly 20 year old games and see what's inside?? Well, maybe...just maybe i found something new involving just how development could have gone for Ghost Head! But all of this is just mere speculation, i am bored right now and feel like talking about this, i really LOVE this game despite how crap it can play often, and i legitimately want someone to come around and prove me wrong so we can dig up more info about this gem!
Tl;DR version for people with short attention spans: There is a possibility Ghost Head was developed around a 4 month time span, while it somehow took longer to translate/program the English version in 10 months! If the dates on each disc when you put it into a computer is anything to go by.
The earliest date that could be found on Ghost Head is simply in the first folder "SBXA", the first XA. file being from 11/28/97 with the other dates in the folder being close around that same time with the exception of one file..."SB04_01" which was changed on 1/18/98 for some strange reason. Next, we look at the GAME/TITLE files that are on the root-- 2/3/98, just more then a month ahead of Ghost Head's March 12th 1998 release! The newest file on GH is actually the SLPS file, being 2/4/98...But aren't those files for Sony's licensing?
If we are to put 11/28/97 and 2/3/98 together, that's 3 months and 5 days. What fills in the gap between Febuary 3rd and March 12th is most likely the mass production phase of the game-- Since Japan is a smaller country, i believe it's rational to assume HUMAN had a good month to print more copies-- Making this strange cycle 4 months.
The earliest date found on TSW is from file "TITLE.MTM" which was said to have been last used on 8/20/98, GAME last modified on 6/14/99, SLUS was put on the disc (And possibly given the green light by Sony if these files ARE for licensing-- I am aware these names are on the case) on 7/22/99, The Struggle Within then coming out on October 31st, 1999. Mass Production in America can range between 2 or 3 months, which gives enough of a time frame for the American Devs to print their mone-- I-I mean, games! Yeah, that's it. Let's just assume they started on 8/20/98 and concluded on 6/14/99...A little less then 10 months?! If these dates are true...HOW?!
GH's GAME/TITLE files were completed on the same day, yet TSW has three different time periods where someone tinkered with it! TITLE.it was done on 3/30/99, TITLE.s3m and GAME were last touched on 6/14/99 while TITLE.mtm was on 8/20/98...I believe because of the tinkering of the TITLE files is why we have things like the "Sound Test" glitch, that being only present on the American version. The Main Title Screen for The Struggle Within (Where you press start and that loud glass shattering sound plays) comes up 5 seconds sooner then Ghost Head's, thanks to the fact that Agetec cut GH's logo from the Opening FMV-- This could be another reason for the Sound Test glitch as well.
Misc. Details: Ghost Head's audio tracks go on for 42 minutes, while The Struggle Within was around 47. In game with a few lines for TSW, there are times where it sounds like someone is really sped up! And then there are other times where there are just odd...silence in between lines said. I believe that Agetec just got lazy and decided to just overwrite the Japanese tracks with the English ones! Literally. No editing in anyway, not even to save disc space. The long pauses are because something is being said in the Japanese version while nothing is going on at all in the American version (Example: When Stephanie says "Ha! I'm going to kill you!" two times over the phone in Chapter One with that long silence in between). They must have found out that because TSW has more audio, they have too make space taken up since they just used the Japanese tracks! What do they do?? My money is on that this is why some dialogue is sped up.
OKAY, I'm done talking about this game for right now. Hopefully we can put our heads together and figure out what we can about TSW/GH, and i hope that my post is somewhat entertaining for the hardcore Clock Tower fans out there! Thanks for putting up with my long ass post.
Until next time! Them stalkers can't catch you if you keep running. ;) -Nega Scott
He was the most interesting character in the game and his story would have been way cooler to see
I was playing the Clock Tower wonderswam version But I died a lot of times because I don't know which is the Panic button... Can someone tell me which is the Panic button for the Wonderswam version? :)
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Remothered was re-revealed yesterday as "Remothered: Tormented Fathers", the first chapter in Chris Darril's Remothered Trilogy. The new version of the game retains the spirit of the original with a heavily altered story. The first game will follow Rosemary "Mary" Reed as she enters a mansion owned by a rich professor. It's inhabitants are Richard Felton, his nurse Gloria and his adopted daughter Jennifer.
Hey everyone! I'm a new member to this wiki but I have come on it several times :) I LOVE Clock Tower 3 and Haunting ground SO FREAKING MUCH <3 I'm just about an adult now, and I remember playing it as a kid(weird considering the gore and stuff, I know). I just love the stalker games, the TRUE survival horror games, where you don't have any weapons or protection(except maybe a dog hehe ;)) and all you can do is run and hide to escape your pursuer. There's no guns, no bombs, etc. That's what makes it scary! Anyway, I have played probably each game(CT3 & HG) at least 20 times each game, so I would love to talk about it with anyone about anything. I'd love to get involved in this wiki and see the series just come back to life, really. It's my childhood!
- Do you guys know of any games similar to Clock Tower 3 and Haunting Ground? These games have my favorite style. I love the panic meter, the stalkers, the defensless protagonist... I also own Rule of Rose. Other than Rule of Rose, I haven't found any games that are similar to CT3/HG. Can you give me some suggestions?
I own 2 copies of Clock Tower 3, 3 copies of Haunting Ground(2 opened, 1 unopened), and a copy of Clock Tower 1 and 2. I know a lot of people don't like CT3, but I personally LOVE it and think it is the best game. It's 3D, the graphics are the best of any game, it's super scary(i just wasn't scared of CT1/2 at all), and surprisingly enough, it's the longest game in the series despite being very short. I can't bring myself to go through the long intros of clock tower 1 and 2 just to get a different ending and I found myself getting bored really quickly. What is you guys' favorite game?
REALLY looking forward to Night Cry, I think it could really give us hope to revive the clock tower series, although I wish it wasn't point and click it is staying true to the first ever clock tower game. I prefer CT3 though as I said before, I think it has the best storyline, best characters, scariest gameplay, longest gameplay, 3D, best graphics, etc.
Hopefully we can talk about the games :DD
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