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 Naramura (via Internet Archive)
#1
Well at another RM Community I saw someone post that the popular Naramura site was down. I have pretty much all the graphics for my game already (many from Naramura's site) so it never really affected me until I had to reinstall windows and forgot to save my RMXP project files! (DOY!!!!!!!! :( :( )

So... nows I needed Naramura's site so I could work on my (RESTARTED!) game Angry but: http://naramura.kdn.ne.jp/ it is FORBIDDEN to access the site! Angry

Buuuuuuuuuuuuut there's a solution! If you use the Internet Archive thingy:
http://web.archive.org/web/20080121134721/...e.jp/index.html

Taaaaaadaaaaaa RESOURCES!! So yeah I'm sure some people knew this already.. (maybe I should of made this a tutorial...) but for those who don't... DOWNLOAD ALL YOU CAN! :D :D

Oh, and I'm sure "Naramura" had a reason for taking the site down so... *liability disclaimer!*

(Feel free to delete this if there's some great reason why this hasn't been posted yet ie: naramura doesn't want people using his/her resources anymore)


It seems Naramura did NOT delete the site but only changed the URL!
The new URL is

http://naramura.sakura.ne.jp/
this was discovered by Landarma!!!
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#2
blank post for later... I might copy everything into one giant mega spoiler filled post here... depends if people want this! I don't know how stable the archive thing is/when it will be deleted?
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#3
I think the archive.org crawlbot just collects what it can and permanently keeps those archives, at least from my experience. So I'm pretty sure it's going to be stable. Thanks a lot. :)
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#4
People in rmxpunlimited.net also uploaded it on their Gallery.

Should we open Gallery feaure on the forum, punk? :P
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#5
I don't think Naramura took down the site. During clicking through the links on the archive pages, I found Naramura blog: http://blog.livedoor.jp/naramura_prj/
The latest blog entry(at 2009-02-02), he/she explains about what happened to the site.(To put it bluntly, the site URL has been changed)
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#6
Landarma Wrote: I don't think Naramura took down the site. During clicking through the links on the archive pages, I found Naramura blog: http://blog.livedoor.jp/naramura_prj/
The latest blog entry(at 2009-02-02), he/she explains about what happened to the site.(To put it bluntly, the site URL has been changed)
Nice!!!

Kudos to you landarma. XD
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#7
Thanks! I updated the first post! Now I don't feel shady like I'm hacking into his/her server or something :D:D:D
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