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DescriptionChu-Teng is the sequel to Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong Nou, and takes place shortly after the conclusion of that game.
Teng is a plane of existence that is similar to heaven or the Buddhist concept of deva loka. When its outer part, Ge-Teng, is invaded by clouds of darkness, the being known as Nanshu is the only one who can stop them. However, the clouds defeat Nanshu by breaking his head into bits. In order to find his missing pieces and reform, Nanshu calls on the aid of Rin from the original game to come to Teng's core, Chu-Teng, and find all the lost parts.
The same exploration and inventory-based gameplay of Eastern Mind is kept in this game, albeit without that game's reincarnation mechanic. Rin will explore the Shrines of the Moon, Sun, and Stars and interact with the characters therein to complete his quest.
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- "中天" -- Japanese spelling
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Rarity and ObscurityFor many years after its release, Chu-Teng was thought to be lost media because of a lack of information about it on the internet, and because the only confirmed copy in existence was in a private collection whose owner refused to sell it. Finally in July 2013, a second copy of the game was discovered to be in the ownership of an anonymous 4Chan user, and was subsequently ripped and uploaded to the internet. This initial rip was for Macintosh, though subsequent years have seen the discovery of additional copies for both Mac and Windows.
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