That's right! *gasp* I'm requesting for a translation! *more gasps* But I plan on asking for it the right way. So here it is: Game name The game is called Nanashi no Game (??? ? ???) Release date The game was released in Japan on July 3rd, 2008. Game info Nanashi no Game, or "Nameless Game", is a horror point-and-click adventure video game developed and published by Square Enix for the Nintendo DS. It's a game about a game; a cursed RPG that kills anyone who plays it 7 days after. It's a really awesome game. It's kind of like two games in one; you play part of the game in a 3d horror-like environment, kind of like Dementium. Sometimes, you reach certain points which you cannot pass in real life, which is where the game switches into "the cursed game", which allows you to play in the RPG 8-bit style game. Here's what IGN has to say about the game: "In this horror adventure game, you play as a character whose friend disappears from school one day. Exploring the friend's home, you discover that he'd just received a new videogame. While resembling a classic 2D RPG, this game is actually said to be cursed. It's believed that those who play this game die within a week. The game -- the DS title, not the cursed one -- takes place from the first person. You play by holding the system rotated 90 degrees, like a book, with the world expanding out before you in 3D on both screens. All your actions are controlled with the stylus -- everything from moving forward and looking up, to opening a door. Outside of being a rare first person 3D game for the DS, the title also makes use of a technology that makes two speakers produce 3D sound. You'll apparently be able to hear sounds coming from behind you. Square Enix recommends that players play the title with headphones." Screenshots http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHPtqPP0i6U...feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGIi6D5N2No I figured videos would be better than screenshots. My offering Although I don't know any Japanese, I'd be willing to help in any way possible. I love horror games, and this one seems just way too good to pass up. I'd be willing to help out whoever takes up this project in whatever way they see fit.