JynX

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ジンクス
JynX
Age Unknown, but likely no younger than 20
Notable from the Len'en Project, PC-98 remakes
Circle(s) Trick Nostalgie
Occupation Programmer, Game Director, Game Producer, Character Designer, Illustrator, Game Designer, Music Composer
Art Example Tsubakura Enraku
Tsubakura Enraku in Brilliant Pagoda or Haze Castle.
Music Example Composed Heaven & Shadow War Record ~ Playing Soldiers from Brilliant Pagoda or Haze Castle.
Websites

JynX (ジンクス Jinkusu, pseudonym) is a Japanese game developer who has become well known for their remakes of stages from the PC-98 Thwiki.png Touhou Project Thwiki.png games, although these stages are usually only shown as teaser videos and never actually released to the public. They are the creator of the Len'en Project, a series of games inspired from the Touhou Project, which they have released to the public as free downloads.

Works[edit]

Len'en Games[edit]

Other Games[edit]

  • 束方廻怪綺談 ~ Re:Mystic Square (April Fool's joke, unreleased)
  • 束方懐幻想郷 ~ Re:Lotus Land Story (April Fool's joke, unreleased)
  • 束方繪夢時空 ~ Re:The Phantasmagoria of Dim.Dream... (April Fool's joke, unreleased)
  • 束方邂封魔録 ~ Re:the Story of Eastern Wonderland (April Fool's joke, unreleased)
  • 束方乖靈異伝 ~ Re:Highly Responsive to Prayers (April Fool's joke, unreleased)
  • 束方恋宴戦記 (unreleased)
  • 束方嘘時空 ~ Fools_rush_in Thwiki.png

Doujin Touhou Albums[edit]

General Information[edit]

Not much is known about JynX. It's known that they like to drink, eat, bathe and sleep. They are also able to cross their toes without using their hands.[1]

They run their own doujin circle, Trick Nostalgie, and a blog named Unreal Indolence Record.

Additional Information[edit]

  • JynX has a reputation of using an underscore rather than an ordinary space when writing English words (compare Brilliant_pagoda_or_haze_castle to the correct Brilliant Pagoda or Haze Castle on their blog).

See also[edit]

  • Touhou Wiki's entry for JynX Thwiki.png

External Links[edit]

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