Fides - Relictus, but Sumireko and MX sing it - Friday Night Funkin' Covers - fnf.cool

Fides – Relictus, but Sumireko and MX sing it – Friday Night Funkin’ Covers

Cirno Waifu
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First time a while there’s been a non-Touhou Vocal Mix on the channel (I know this has Sumi but probably doesn’t count as a Touhou Mix) n’ all. @D_T_S_V won the Sumireko VA chromatic, as well as this, as part of guessing what the Christmas special video was before it was revealed.

FLP by @NayuKhrome_Music –

Sumireko chromatic by me.
Sumireko voiced by ArithrashVA –
MX chromatic by @SasterSub0ru –

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Friday Night Funkin’ is a Newgrounds rhythm game made in HaxeFlixel originally created for Ludum Dare 47. Programmed by ninjamuffin99 with a soundtrack produced by Kawai Sprite and artwork created by PhantomArcade and evilsk8r, the game can be played on Newgrounds or played/downloaded for free on Itch.io.

The plot of the game centers around Boyfriend trying to hook up with Girlfriend, but her ex-rockstar father Daddy Dearest doesn’t approve of him. It’s up to Boyfriend to rap battle his way through him and anyone else that stands in his way so that he can finally get freaky! Think you got what it takes?

Friday Night Funkin’ is an ongoing project that will continue to receive updates, bug fixes and new content. A full version of the game is currently in development, having been successfully funded via a Kickstarter campaign. Check the changelog here for information on the latest updates. The game is also open source to allow users to mod or simply look through its assets. Download the game files here.

Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing is a racing video game. Although the game’s packaging states the objective as racing over US truck routes to be the first to deliver cargo and avoid arrest by the police, the game features no law enforcement. The player chooses from four playable semi-trailer trucks (“big rigs”) and five truck routes, although selecting the fourth route will cause the game to crash. Once selected, the player navigates their truck through checkpoints using the arrow keys. Driving in reverse allows the vehicle to accelerate continuously, while releasing the associated key will instantly halt the truck.

The Friday Night Funkin’ Wiki, otherwise known as the Funkipedia, is a database of information for the game. It is collaboratively run and relies on users contributing their knowledge to share to others. As this wiki is concerned only with the actual game, it does not cover fan-made content and other non-official material. For the ever-growing amount of fan creations made by the community, please check the secondary wiki dedicated to Friday Night Funkin’ mods!

Touhou Project is a series of vertical-scroller danmaku (barrage or bullet hell) shooting games made by Team Shanghai Alice, with three fighting game spinoffs co-produced with Tasogare Frontier. They are similar to regular shooting games, but focus more on weaving through complex patterns containing anywhere from dozens to hundreds of bullets. The games are set in the fantasy land of Gensokyo, and the series is known for its huge cast of characters, well-developed storylines, and related materials such as music CDs, fan-made comics and animated videos made to the music.

3 Comments

  1. this is very fitting Considering Mario Madness V2 Is coming out today So Cirno You really popped off with the timing lol

  2. High schooler decides to be an F-ing idiot, releases more urban legends into Gensokyo despite being told not to do it the first time. God Damn it Sumireko Usami

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