Nursing Back to Pleasure Multi-Mod [Ep. 9] Overview:
In-game mod for Nursing Back to Pleasure Multi-mod adds support for save descriptions, choice guide, custom stat screens, custom scene gallery, custom settings, custom fonts and more. As always if you like the game please show your support for the Developer whose respective links are found below.
Nursing Back to Pleasure Mod Features [Ep. 9]:
- Improved aesthetics with animated mod menus/screens, all fully customizable to tailor your personal experience. - Too many story branches got you down 'cause you can't remember which of your saves is which? I gotcha covered. Includes the Original SanchoMod save description feature. Often imitated (including the use of my GUI buttons) the SanchoSave is more intelligent and efficient, saving you keystrokes as it autoloads the save slot descriptions and it also allows you to completely escape the process of saving if you wish (I've personally not seen this feature with other imitations). Feature can be toggled on/off anytime as desired. - Adds multiple exhaustive stats screens always accessible via the MiniMenu or Options menu. Resizable, toggle-enabled, various formats, and more. - Adds in-game walkthrough ChoiceGuide noting variable changes and highlighting important choices. Can be toggled on/off at anytime, play as YOU want to play. You are not forced to view spoilers if you do not wish. - Multiple opacity and text sizing options to customize your experience including dialogue text and fonts, QuickMenu sizing and format versions, and more. All can be toggled on/off as desired, again allowing you even more control to tailor your experience. - Adds a custom fully unlocked scene gallery. - Too many new features to list.
PC: Extract contents to the “game” folder found inside the title’s main folder, overwrite as prompted. Do only these steps, nothing else is required.
Directory (folder) structure when installed correctly:
(ThisTitleName) folder/ ├── game/ │ ├── SanchoMod/ │ └── (support files) ├── lib/ ├── renpy/ └── (ThisTitleName).exe
Simply delete both the file “SanchoMod.rpa” and it’s associated directory “SanchoMod”, both of which are found inside the “game” folder where you installed them.
As with any mod, once you create a save file with them installed and later play the game without the mod installed your saves are borked. I’ve got your back. If you uninstall SanchoMod and later play the same or updated version of the VN un-modded I can make sure that your SanchoMod save files are unbroken. Simply download the following, extract the file, and place it inside the title’s “game” folder. It’s an extremely small file that only insures that the Python calls and variables introduced by SanchoMod won’t interfere when playing those modded saves with an unmodded game (pretty cool, right?)