Firstly this isnt to be confused with the Teknoparrot version playable within Teknoparrot, this is a standalone version that requires following the instructions to get running standalone, this version was shared by Retro Lizard. Here Youtuber Emu Gamer checks it out…
Play with a partner and ride an elevator while beating enemies. You’ll be using a button to open and close the elevator’s doors, moving through floors as you shoot down your foes.
From Retro Lizard:-
SHOUT OUT TO ALL THE WIZARDS THAT WORKED ON THIS GAME TO MAKE IT WORK AS PERFECT AS IT CAN. BIGGER SHOUT OUT AND CREDIT GOES TO THE MYSTERY ENCODER FOR FIGURING OUT THE RESOLUTION ISSUE!
This is a VERTICAL GAME. Your resolution has to be reversed in two spots. If your resolotuion is 1920 x 1080. Then it has to read 1080 x 1920.
If your resolution is already 1920 x 1080 then there is nothing to change.
In the Reshade.ini file you must change the following lines ONLY to match your resolution:
in the Jconfig.exe Change the following lines ONLY to match your resolution:
DX Resolution Width 1080
DX Resolution Height 1920
Window Witdth: 1080
Window Height: 1920
Set your GUNID’s in Demulshooter.GUI
IF YOU CANT’T Figure this out then try again until you do!
(Jconfig label)-(actual function)
SELECT-Elevator door button
ENTER-Used in test mode
P1 UP-elevator up
P1 DOWN-elevator down
P1 OFFSCREEN-hold and shoot to reload
P1 GUN BUTTON-alternate fire(right click in mouse mode)
P1 TRIGGER-fire(left click in mouse mode)
*Game originally uses dual monitors, however it works fine on single monitor
*Both monitors must be set to portrait if using dual monitors, will crash if not.
*Set monitor to 720×1280 portrait mode, if using full screen
*Windowed mode in Jconfig works
*Additional setting to change the default region (EUA/JPN/CHN)
*Setting in jconfig to enable mouse controls
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