here we go again! more Li Cheng stuff and, in my opinion, probably the best set so far (mostly because of one particular game)
Mo Jie 3 - Bu Wanme De Shijie 魔戒3-不完美的世界 (CBA089)
This is a sort-of Lord of the Rings game by Vast Fame based on their previously dumped Emo Dao, except reconfigured to be entirely linear, with the map screen cut out. This also means there are no shops (despite enemies still dropping money) and no items, although you are granted a weapon upgrade for the final boss.
Also I poked around in the ROM a bit and there seems to be a title screen and intro text for an English version, "Fellowship of the Rings"; I've never seen this version, but hey maybe it's out there. Or maybe there's some way to enable it in this ROM!
Luoke Ren DX6 洛克人DX6 (CBA091)
THIS is what I'm talking about. It's ZOOK HERO Z hell yeah 🎉🎊🌠🐯
if you aren't familiar with this one, it's Vast Fame's very first platform game, the first in their "Zook" series of Mega Man (X) clones (the second being the more widely known Zook Hero 2/Rockman DX3), the first game to rip off Mega Man 5's sound engine (which Vast Fame basically made their own), and generally just a really good game with great music and you should totally play it.
Shuma Baobei DX6 数码宝贝DX6 (CBA097)
Some kind of RPG, heavily based on Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers for the WonderSwan Color, and developed by the same SKOB-affiliated team as Mingzhu Koudai Guaishou 2/Digimon D4. This is one of their later efforts and seems to be much better than their earlier stuff, although I'm not sure exactly what I'm doing in it.
interesting(?) aside: all of the characters' names appear to have been changed, either to dodge copyright or because the developers were just fucking around; Ryo and Taichi have become 榮恩 (Ron) and 哈利 (Harry) respectively, but I'm not sure of the origins of the rest.
Shi Mian Maifu - Fengyun Pian 十面埋伏-风云篇 (CBA147)
And finally! This is another instalment in the "Shi Mian Maifu" RPG series by Tian Cai Xiao Zi (maybe?), using Vast Fame's San Guo Zhi engine and music from Telefang. I have no idea how they got their hands on the engine, and it's nowhere near as good as Vast Fame's own games, but maybe you could get some enjoyment out of this if you know Chinese.
Thanks to Shazam for supplying the cart!
..so that wraps up the planned five-part Li Cheng ExtravaXingXing™ BUT of course that's not the end of Li Cheng. they could never be contained within a mere five parts. so stick around and maybe at some indeterminate point in the future i'll have some more of this stuff!