|Touhou 6 ~ Embodiment of Scarlet Devil
|Embodiment of Scarlet Devil (東方紅魔郷, romanized Touhou Koumakyou, meaning Scarlet Devil Village) is a challenging vertical-scrolling shooter, and is the sixth official game of the Touhou series. It is the first to be released specifically for the Windows OS.
(from touhouwiki, http://www.pooshlmer.com/touhouwiki/index.php/Embodiment_of_Scarlet_Devil)
|Touhou Chireiden ~ Subterranean Animism
|It is the eleventh official game of the Touhou series.
|Touhou Eiyashou ~ Imperishable Night
Touhou Eiyashou is a 2D massive bullets' flowering shooter that has tasty traditional musics.
Imperishable Night (東方永夜抄, pronounced Touhou Eiyashou) is the eighth official game of the Touhou series. It is the third to be released specifically for the Windows OS.
The game takes place in the mystic oriental land of Gensokyo. Someone has replaced the real moon with a fake moon that can never become full. Playing as one of 4 human/youkai teams, you must battle your way through 6 difficult stages in search of the full moon and face the one responsible for its disappearance.
|Touhou Fuujinroku ~ Mountain of Faith
|Mountain of Faith (東方風神録, romanized Touhou Fuujinroku, meaning Wind God Chronicles) is the tenth official game of the Touhou series.
|Touhou Kaeizuka ~ Phantasmagoria of Flower View
|"Touhou Kaeizuka" is a 2D massive bullets' flowering shooter that has tasty traditional musics.
|Touhou Seirensen ~ Undefined Fantastic Object
|Undefined Fantastic Object (æ±æ–¹æ˜Ÿè“®èˆ¹, romanized Touhou Seirensen, meaning Star-Lotus Ship) is the upcoming twelfth official game of the Touhou series.
|Touhou Youyoumu ~ Perfect Cherry Blossom
|Touhou colorful pretty bullet hell vertical scroller shooter.
Perfect Cherry Blossom (妖々夢, pronounced Youyoumu) is the 7th installation in Touhou series, the 2nd to be made for the Windows platform.
It's supposed to be Spring, but there are no signs of winter going away. You take the role as one of the three playable characters to find out what's going on. Battle through 6 stages, fighting bosses who shoot pretty patterns of bullets, known as spellcards.