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    Touhou 12.5 - Double Spoiler

    Game » consists of 1 releases. Released Mar 14, 2010

    Double Spoiler is the second camera-based Touhou game.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Touhou 12.5 - Double Spoiler last edited by NuclearWinter on 02/28/21 07:13AM View full history


    Double Spoiler is the second photography-based game in the Touhou Project series and was released in Japan on March 14, 2010. It plays similar to  Shoot the Bullet in that  you must take pictures of various bosses and their bullet patterns while also avoiding them.   


    Double Spoiler inherits the system of its prequel Shoot the Bullet, where players cannot shoot projectiles at enemies; instead the main character must take photographs to clear the screen of bullets and take down bosses. Scores are determined by the aesthetics of each photograph taken, such as colours and bullet density, and the risk taken to take these pictures. For each "scene", the player is only given one life to complete the objective -- to take a certain number of pictures of the boss without being hit in a limited amount of time.     

     Standard gameplay in Double Spoiler.
     Standard gameplay in Double Spoiler.
    To take pictures, the film must be fully loaded into the cameras (100%). The player can move at three speeds, the normal speed, the focused speed, and a super-focused speed which also allows for high speed film loading. When taking pictures, the player can hold the shoot button to control the viewfinder while the picture frame shrinks -- this can be used to zoom in on the boss. During this time, all bullets on screen are slowed down and the player cannot move. If the shoot button is held for too long, the film will get exposed and the player will have to reload the film. The player can also press the shoot button once without holding it to take a snapshot around the player character. For every picture taken, the player will need to reload the film from 0% again before they can take another picture. Only photos that contain an image of the boss ("Success" pictures) will be taken into account when tallying up the score.

    New to Double Spoiler is the option to change the orientation of the shot between landscape to portrait, and the angle of the shot is automatically adjusted depending on where the player is in relation to the boss.   


    There are two playable characters to chose from in Double Spoiler. The player decides which character to play at the beginning of the game.

    Playable characters

    Aya Shameimaru: A tengu reporter of the Gensokyo newspaper Bunbunmaru Shinbun. She was the heroine and sole playable character of Shoot the Bullet
    Hatate Himekaidou: The second playable character in Double Spoiler. She is also a tengu reporter that makes a newspaper called Kakashi Nenpo


    Level 1: Minoriko Aki, Shizuha Aki
    Level 2: Parsee Mizuhashi, Hina Kagiyama
    Level 3: Yamame Kurodani, Kogasa Tatara, Kisume
    Level 4: Nitori Kawashiro, Momiji Inubashiri
    Level 5: Ichirin Kumoi, Minamitsu Murasa
    Level 6: Yuugi Hoshiguma, Suika Ibuki
    Level 7: Shou Toramaru, Nazrin
    Level 8: Rin Kaenbyou, Utsuho Reiuji
    Level 9: Satori Komeiji, Koishi Komeiji
    Level 10: Tenshi Hinanai, Iku Nagae
    Level 11: Kanako Yasaka, Suwako Moriya
    Level 12: Byakuren Hijiri, Nue Houjuu
    Level EX: Reimu Hakurei, Marisa Kirisame, Sanae Kochiya
    Level Spoiler: Hatate Himekaidou, Aya Shameimaru  

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