Blue Vows is one game that I’ve had my eye on for some time, mainly because it’s literally a carbon chinese copy of KanColle Arcade, which is a 3D arcade adaptation of the Kantai Collection browser game hosted on the DMM Games platform. This game is in Chinese and has no English UI, so unless you know chinese, simply screenshot messages and whatnot and run them through Google Translator.
Since I’m in Australia and have no means to get a plane ticket to Japan and play the real deal™, I’m stuck with playing some chinese KC Arcade clones.
What sets this game apart is that the characters, both playable and the enemy (abyssal) enemies actually look great. Having played Abyss Horizon, the difference between those two games characters are like night and day. And there’s actual boobies that have some sort of physics going on!
Anyway, for you guys I’ve extracted the playable character audio data from the game. While this might not be all the ships in the game since a few new updates have come out and they most likely added new ship data, it’s the majority of them. Unfortunately the tools I used to extract the sound data did not rename the files to the appropriate lines, but I’ve included some text files that seem to be mapping data. All voices are in OGG format.
You can download the pack here from my OneDrive.
One thing must be said, and this is a general disclaimer: Just because I’ve extracted the game voices doesn’t mean you can do whatever you want with it.
The game’s developer, Babeltime, will most likely hunt you down if you use this in a commercial project, but should be fine if you set it as a system notification etc. Just use common sense.
As always, let me know what you think in the comments below. Cheers!