Influent is a Language Learning Video Game, focusing primarily on vocabulary acquisition and pronunciation. It is truly awesome. Trust me.
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Aviso: If you are purchasing Influent for the first time, choose the language you would like to learn. If you've already purchased one language, you can buy additional languages as DLC.
The game's User Interface is currently available in English, Japanese, Russian, German, Swedish, French, Spanish, Italian, European Portuguese, and Brazilian Portuguese

Comprar Influent - Suomi [Learn Finnish]

Comprar Influent - Português do Brasil [Learn Brazilian Portuguese]

Comprar Influent - Español [Learn Spanish]

Comprar Influent - Français [Learn French]

Comprar Influent - Русский [Learn Russian]

Comprar Influent - Português [Learn European Portuguese]

Comprar Influent - Italiano [Learn Italian]

Comprar Influent - Latina [Learn Latin]

Comprar Influent - български [Learn Bulgarian]

Comprar Influent - Svenska [Learn Swedish]

Comprar Influent - 普通话 [Learn Mandarin Chinese]

Comprar Influent - English [Learn English]

Comprar Influent - 한국어 [Learn Korean]

Comprar Influent - Deutsch [Learn German]

Comprar Influent - 日本語 [Learn Japanese]

 

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25 de marzo

Finnish Finished



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Suomi Is Here!

We are happy to announce that the Finnish Language Pack is now available on the Influent Steam store page. This fifteenth language can be purchased as DLC by existing users for $4.99 while new users can grab the full game + Finnish or any other language pack for $9.99.

What's Next?

More languages are in the works but we at Three Flip Studios are focusing our attention on a new project called Armed and Gelatinous, currently on both Greenlight and Kickstarter!

We plan to invest income from sales of Armed and Gelatinous into expanding on Influent so please give it some love if you're down for the cause.

Kiitos!

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20 de febrero

Brazilian Breeze



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HI EVERYBODY!

Brazilian Portuguese has arrived on the scene! Existing Influent players can pick up this hot new Language Pack as DLC for $4.99 USD while newcomers can grab the base game packaged with this or any of the 14 currently available Language Packs for $9.99 USD.

NEW USER INTERFACE LANGUAGES!

In addition to this fancy new Langauge Pack, 4 brand new User Interface Languages have been added to the game as well, free of charge! These highly requested languages are as follows:
  • Español [Spanish]
  • Italiano [Italian]
  • Português [Portuguese]
  • Português do Brasil [Brazilian Portuguese]

More updates on the way so stay tuned!

Viva!

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Críticas

“Influent es una excelente forma de aprender nuevo vocabulario. Me encanta la idea y la ejecución. Influent consigue un 9 sobre 10”
9/10 – http://www.gameskinny.com/cv8lb/influent-a-fun-supplement-to-language-learning

“It’s that gaminess that makes Influent stand out; it’s where it separates itself from the pack, chiseling a place in any respectable study round.”
4/5 – http://www.hardcoregamer.com/2014/05/28/review-influent/86161/

Acerca de este juego

¡Andrew Cross está cabreado!


Durante tres largos años estuvo recluido en su mesa de trabajo desarrollando un dispositivo que, sin ningún género de dudas, sería un avance tecnológico en la forma en que la gente interactúa con el mundo que les rodea. ¡Un dispositivo que podría analizar cualquier objeto del mundo real y mostrar entonces su nombre en cualquier idioma! Una vez debidamente doblado su fantástico nuevo invento, el «SanjigenJiten», Andrew organizó una reunión para demostrar las asombrosas características del dispositivo en la empresa de tecnología más grande del mundo: Technoglobe Internacional.


Pero durante su visita se enamoró de una chica que conoció en el laboratorio y, mientras ella le robaba el corazón, ¡alguien entró en silencio y le robó su dispositivo! Ahora Technoglobe ha comercializado rápidamente el SanjigenJiten como propio, ¡incluso usando el nombre tan ingenioso que se le había ocurrido!


Pero Andrew Cross tiene un plan. Ha hecho una versión todavía mejor de su SanjigenJiten y ha puesto en marcha una campaña en línea en la que promete que aprenderá 300 palabras de un idioma extranjero para dar a conocer el robo descarado de Technoglobe y demostrar que su dispositivo funciona de verdad. Pero ¿funciona realmente el SanjigenJiten? ¡¿Lo logrará Andrew?! ¡¡Juega a Influent y descúbrelo!!



«Al sumergir al jugador en el idioma de destino, Influent imita la manera en que aprendemos de forma natural nuestra lengua materna. Aconsejo probar Influent».
-Steve Hammond, Somnambulant-Gamer

Inspirado en los títulos de Dreamcast de antaño (principalmente Shenmue y Toy Commander), Influent sumerge a los jugadores en un entorno totalmente interactivo en 3D donde pueden averiguarse los nombres de todos y cada uno de los objetos del juego mediante un simple clic. De hecho, ¡se puede aprender aún más información con un doble clic! Pueden abrirse todas las puertas, cajones, y armarios con un clic derecho por aquí y por allá, ¡revelando más y más cosas que aprender! Repleto de cientos de pronunciaciones sonoras por nativos (grabadas con cuidado y específicamente para este juego), Influent le ofrece a los jugadores una oportunidad única para disfrutar de aprender tanto vocabulario como pronunciación en el idioma de su elección.


Con 10 idiomas disponibles actualmente para descargar, Influent combina el placer de jugar a un videojuego con el proceso de aprendizaje de idiomas, lo que da lugar a recompensas de la vida real y logros que los jugadores mantendrán el resto de su vida.


Influent: El aprendizaje de idiomas redefinido.

  • Sonido por hablantes nativos
  • Funcionalidad de intercambio de sinónimos
  • ¡Aprende a tu propio ritmo!
  • Moderno apartamento totalmente interactivo
  • Más de 420 palabras para recopilar y dominar
  • Incluye sustantivos, adjetivos y verbos
  • 10+ idiomas para elegir (¡más próximamente!)


  • ¿Cómo tengo que comprar exactamente el juego?
Si estás confundido sobre cómo comprar el juego, por favor, lee el siguiente ejemplo sobre Mark y Patricia.


Si Mark quiere aprender latín, debe comprar el artículo de la tienda llamado «Influent - Latina [Learn Latin]». Si su esposa Patricia quiere aprender sueco luego, Mark deberá comprar entonces el artículo DLC de la tienda llamado «Influent DLC - Svenska [Learn Swedish]». Esto también se puede hacer desde el punto de vista de Patricia y el resultado será el mismo si Patricia compra el juego base en sueco y luego ella misma, o incluso cualquier otra persona, compra también el DLC de latín para Mark para utilizarlo en el mismo equipo.

  • ¿Tenéis pensado lanzar más idiomas? ¿¿Cuándo??
Los nuevos paquetes de idiomas se publicarán a medida que se completen. Puedes encontrar una lista completa de los idiomas que saldrán próximamente en la página oficial.


¡Echa un vistazo al centro de la comunidad para ver las preguntas frecuentes y otras cosas interesantes!

BREVE HISTORIA


Influent es un juego el aprendizaje de idiomas que se centra principalmente en la adquisición de vocabulario y pronunciación. Se desarrolló inicialmente en Japón, en el Laboratorio de Entretenimiento Computacional de la Universidad de Tsukuba, bajo la Beca de Investigación Gubernamental Monbukagakusho.


Cuando se agotó la financiación para la investigación se consiguió financiación con una campaña muy exitosa en Kickstarter que permitió finalizar el juego. La Sociedad de Procesamiento de la Información de Japón (IPSJ) publicó un trabajo de investigación sobre las ideas del juego y sus aplicaciones que puede verse aquí en su totalidad.

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Made with Unity
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.5 or later
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Made with Unity
    Minimum:
    • OS: Any (tested on Ubuntu)
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Made with Unity
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Finally, someone discovered the potential of 3D videogame technology to make the process of learning anything more smooth and easier. Pioneer, hope so.

Trinnity said: I need a helicopter pilot course. Right now.
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Before you buy this game, make sure you are buying it for the RIGHT reasons. This game is amazing, exactly the kind of learning style I love and was looking for.

BUT

If you are buying this game to learn how to speak fluently (For me, fluent Japanese) by solely relying on this game and nothing else, you will be very disappointed.

If you are buying this game as just one of the many tools to help you learn a language, and you consider yourself a visual learner, then this is perfect in my opinion.

Being able to click any object in the house and instantly be told what it is called, is the next best thing to having a native speaker with you while you point at things asking what they are called. As a huge plus with using the game, you see how it is written; in Romaji, Hiragana, or Kanji depending on what you pick if learning Japanese, which helps a lot more for me personally than just hearing audio alone. Oh and I highly recommend only using Kana instead of Romaji, you will be glad you did in the long run.

The time challenge mode turns the game into a scavenger hunt, making your brain work to remember what each thing is called. I feel that having to recall something, especially with a clock counting down, helps you memorize the words.

Alongside basic nouns from clicking on things in the environment, you can also unlock adjectives and verbs associated with each noun. I really like that because it adds context in a way; like clicking on the word "bed" has the verb "to sleep" available to learn.

So in the end, please use this game as a wonderful tool to master your language alongside your many other tried-and-true methods. I am certainly enjoying it and I feel I am memorizing the words much quicker than looking at definitions in a book. The audio is also very clear and easy to understand.

As for any negatives, I just have a few suggestions rather than anything actually negative. It would be nice if you could do the time challenge mode where objects light up and you have to type in what the object is called, or maybe choose from a multiple choice list. Right now it is just one direction, you hear the word and click the right object, never the other way around. Also if there was an option to have the speaker say the word again but slowly, to catch those quick syllables.

Weather you decide this game is for you or not, please go out there and learn a new language! Trust me, it feels amazing! :)

ATTENTION, NEED TO KNOW TIPS: When doing the time challenge, you have to DOUBLE click an object to select it as your answer. I don't think it tells you that, or I didn't notice. :) Double clicking outside of the game mode, will bring up a window with more details on that object/word you are clicking. Also, when you click on your vocab list, click a word, and there is a little "eye" icon you can click to see what the word is in your native language. I also HIGHLY recommend reading all the hints at the top left of the screen to get the most out of this game, it doesn't take long to read them all. Have fun all!
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GREAT CONCEPT BUT LACKING CONTENT

First off you must understand this is a vocabulary learning game and nothing more. If you dont have another form of learning the language this game is pretty much useless. I got this to brush up on french I had learned in high school. I paid $5 for it on sale and even at that price felt slightly disappointed. I had no idea you would be restricted to a one bedroom apartment with access to only learning 400 mundane names of household items. If this game was expanded to a small town type environment where you could go to say the store, a trainstation, etc. This game would be 5 stars, If a DLC was released with at least an equal number of new words in a new environment i would consider paying another $5 for it.
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(This review is about the German version of the game)

Numerous items in this game can be highlighted separately despite not having own words associated to them (for example parts of a light switch), numerous words are pronounced weirdly, there are multiple speakers pronouncing them and at least one of them is really bad at the language, some German nouns chosen only fit poorly, and some are flat out wrong (flowers in their pots are surrounded by "garbage"...; "bottles" become "cans"), while the 'synonyms' listed leave much to be desired.
A good few of the objects in the game are also extremely American, like extensive baseball equipment, or skateboards, and won't be seen in many of the countries whose languages the different DLCs aim to help with.
Considering how long this has been on Steam without such things being rectified, I can't assume that any of the above will be fixed in further patches.

Before the "screen" becomes a "computer", I can't quite view this as jolly.

It gets downright infuriating in the time attack tests when it asks you for a "pen", and it actually wants the "pencil", while the "pen" is viewed as wrong (bonus: only the pencil can "write", the pen can't...), or when it wants a "lamp", and the "light" is seen as a fundamentally different creature.


Edit:
By now, I've found dozens of wrongly pronounced words, as well as a bunch with wrongly assigned genders.
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Everyday I wake up in this apartment trying to think of a way to escapse, but my hands never grab anything. They feel cold and lifeless. the only other thing living here in this eternal hell is the cat, but I think it's dead. Every time I try to talk it feels like my mouth can't open. Some days I spend just by looking at the door thinking someone will save me, but no one comes to my rescue. In the time that I don't try to escape I learn Korean, cause it's the only interaction I can get in this hell. 내 발은 아픈, 그리고 먹을 수 없습니다. 누군가가 저를 저장합니다. 8/10
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You are locked in your apartment until you can recite every object in another language.

What's the [insert language] word for HELP!

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Essentially you walk around an apartment suite adding common household objects to your vocabulary inventory which serves as a sort of self-pacing mechanism. Find them all and you will learn how to say 420 words in another language, (284 nouns, 68 adjectives and 68 verbs,) all you have to do is retain them all.

If anthing this will most certainly serve to give you a basic understanding of pronounciation in a more interactive and engaging way than listening to someone repeating the same words on an audio cassette.

Do audio cassettes give you achievements for learning words in another language? No.
Does this game teach you necessary fundamentals in another language? Not really.
Will you learn how to say words like "lotion," "nuts" and "ceiling fan"? Absolutely!
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Clicked on a cat. Flew a plane into a garbage can. Learned Latin.
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Only useful for learning vocab. I know that this game makes it very clear that it will only teach you vocab words, but a lot of people bought it hoping for a good way to start learning a language. No software that exists, even comprehensive ones like rosetta stone, can't teach you a language quickly or thoroughly (no matter what the commercials say). This game utilizes visual and audio cues to increase your vocabulary pretty effectively, but don't bother with it unless you already have an understanding of the language or are currently taking a class.
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excellent tool to help you learn other languages, i do feel this game would benefit having more places to go instead of just the house for example going to the shop and buying items but currently it's very good and worth the money :)
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It's a excellent game for those looking to brush-up on their vocabulary. It is not, I repeat not for those looking to start learning a language. I am currently taking a course in french, and this has been helpful for working on my vocabulary.
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You just Read and learn how to speak in different languages!

It is a great game! you do not know how to build frases but at least you know how to read/saying a word of the thing!

give it a try! :)

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Not a bad little program for adding some basic vocabulary. I have the Spanish version, which unfortunately only caters to European Spanish, complete with the infamous lisp. Though the little quiz feature encourages you remember the vocabulary, this game could do with some more interesting, practical excercises, what we language teachers call "Drilling". Overal not bad and not expensive, but don't expect this game to make you fluent; you will only learn and handful basic nouns and I'm assuming that all of the language packs are the same.
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I'd definitely recommend this game for people who want to expand their vocabulary, but there are a few things I'd like to point out.
-While this is almost never required for romance languages, in Japanese, Chinese and Korean, words, Especially adjectives and verbs, can be synonymous but imply different things. This is almost always the case in Japanese, where verbs have transitive and intransitive forms, but this is not listed in the definition, only one form is presented. This means doing research on the word you'll find yourself using more will help you be more fluent in the long run.
-So much katakana... I'd like to see really rare kanji forms of words, as they can appear in stories and some videogames (You know, like English games using the words, 'Thee', 'Thou', etc. They're rare because of their age, but they can still find a use in medieval style games!). In fact, I might prefer it that way as I want to learn as much words as possible and converting English to katakana is easy when you learn about how Japanese pronunciation works. Just add a note to say it's rare to avoid confusion.
-Some objects are... Odd. I saw this red box and the definition said it was a piggy bank or something, I was confused until I saw a dial, which meant it was a safe. Maybe you should make objects cliched/stereotyped and exaggerated to help people understand with a quick glance.
-It doesn't follow spaced repitition, so you can mash the replay button endlessly until you get yourself a star. If you're a serious learner, never press the replay button, as you just bring it back to your short term memory and fail to remember it the next few days, at least space the replays by an hour the *first* time you try it.
-Lists make it too easy sometimes, avoid using them and just use the random button, as I found myself just clicking whatever's next to the last object I clicked on, as I was able to remember the next thing I added right after. This is a mnemonic that relies on the location of the object INGAME, so it doesn't really help you learn. If you really want to do lists, run around the whole house clicking random items and adding them to the list, avoiding any sort of order or pattern.

And here's some tips for Japanese:
-Avoid Romaji, in fact, do kanji, when you don't know a word, you don't know it, there's no improving your ability to decipher meaning from kanji, so just dive right into it. Do kana if you're really keen on learning pronunciation before reading, and want to do it really, really quickly. Same thing probably applies with Pinyin and Hanzi, but I haven't played the Chinese version so I don't know if Pinyin is provided.
-The dots that appear between kana when you look at how to read the kanji is important, memorise the kana in sections divided by the dots, and their associated kanji (e.g. (毎日 [まい*にち] まい is 毎 and にち is 日)) This is important, words might have multiple readings, and you might get them wrong, but if you memorise at least ONE reading for the kanji, you can type it on a computer, and even get the correct reading by typing the kanji on a dictionary.
-While katakana is easy when you know it well enough, sometimes it isn't, as you might say different versions of a word (E.g. Fairy Floss vs. Cotton Candy, (Well, it's neither when translated to Japanese, but you get my point!)) or it's just katakana but isn't based on English, (e.g. パン for bread). Either way, it's nice to learn a ton of katakana in this game as you get badges for it.

Other than that, it's good as you'll find objects in an every day home, and the exploration stops you from being bored quickly, and most importantly:
It makes you think of (and therefore associate the word you're learning with) objects and pictures, rather than the English translation, which means that you can achieve fluency which allows you to form sentences in the language you want in your head directly, rather than creating an English sentence, translating it to your wanted language, THEN saying, writing or expressing it.
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"Learning unknown languages with ordinary items in your flat"
Some items are parent items which have children like bed to pillow, matrasse, blanket and bedframe.
If you master some nouns (make a challenge 3 times without writing and other hints)
you can also open linked adjectives and verbs. 420 words can be found max.
Nervewracking is just the soundtrack restarts in every exploring phase and fanblades are apparently moving. Btw I cannot fly the plane ...
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I walk around and learn some words here, then I go to duolingo and learn some stuff there. Makes a great pair with duolingo.

BEWARE: there seems to be no way to change the controls so if you're not a WASD user, you'll have to use the arrow keys.

Still, great way to learn basic everyday words and impress your grandma.

EDIT: Fromt he developer: how to change keybinds

>We have posted this information on our help page[playinfluent.com]
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>"Controls can be customized by holding down the ‘SHIFT’ key on PC or the ‘OPTION’ key on Mac when the game is launched."
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>This means hold down the button when you hit "PLAY" on steam it self. A config window will pop up, Input is the 2nd tab.
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So I was robbing this dude's apartment and ended up learning a new language.

Seriously, though, this is a fun way to learn all those boring but essential words like bed, shelf, couch, etc. The game keeps you motivated with the To-Do List and the unlockables, as well as the Steam achievements.

Does it go beyond basic words? Yes! For pretty much every noun, you eventually unlock an adjective, adverb, verb, etc. that goes along with it, giving you context to use your new words in! Now you know how to call your television stupid or a book interesting. (Sentences are not given, though, just to clarify that.) More than one adjective is given to plenty of nouns, so there are more words to learn that you think at first. There's also fun with the treasure hunt element to it as far as some of the words/items go, like finding slippers under the bed.

While I would happily recommend this to a complete beginner, I've been learning Russian for about eight months and I still found this game to be incredibly useful. Each way of testing yourself comes with simple and useful options. Don't know the Cyrillic alphabet yet? You can choose for the Russian words to be in Latin characters/Romanized. (I am guessing this would ring true for other language options.) You can choose to be tested on the words with or without audio, with or without sound, and with or without your native language translation. (Having all enabled is the default, of course.)

Also, the voice is a pleasant female one, if that matters to you.

The option to test your vocabulary words being given only the audio and not the text has helped me a lot, so I would definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to improve their listening/recognition skills.

It also helps that for each test, there are repeat items in each room, so when you're doing kitchen vocabulary, you can click on the book in the kitchen without having to go into another room, and you don't need to walk over to the bathroom just so you can click on soap, since both also exist in the kitchen. So there is a lot of unnecessary moving around avoided.

I had to reconfigure the trackpad on my MacBook to be able to enable the right-click options (which are important, since they open doors, shelves and whatnot) but it was quite simple. The game also is very clever and you can click on things very easily, even if you're at a weird angle. You don't need to be close to click on things, which is nice when you want to click on the magnet in the other room.

Like other people said it's not something you'd use to learn the entire language. It doesn't go into grammar. But if there was a language-learning food pyramid, this could definitely be your хлеб.
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Very easy to use and intuitive. The customer support is also amazing and I will be supporting the developers in the future.
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Influent is quite basic in nature with the simple objective of walking around a small 4 room apartment clicking on objects to learn their pronounciation in any given target language. Although it hosts this extremely simplistic goal it really does a sucessful job at drawing the players attention in and making them want to learn. It is notable that Influent isn't going to form you into some language speaking master capable of conversing in any language but it does provide a solid baseline in which you can form your grammatical understanding on top of. If anything, just for the purpose of learning 400+ words this game is a invaluable source for language learners in a somewhat beggining state.
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It's a nice game, it will teach you some substantives and some few verbs and adjectives.

However, it's all limited to a room, kitchen and bathroom scenario, which, its a bit useless since it miss lots of important words.

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Publicado: 24 de octubre de 2014
A fun little way to learn a language. You play as an inventor trying to prove his language-learning device, and you spend your time wandering about his apartment, finding out the words for different objects and testing yourself on your retention. I could go in-depth about this, but this is basically an inexpensive learning aid, and it does its job very well. I'm currently using this to refresh and bolster my Chinese language skills, but I'll certainly be purchasing other languages as time goes on!
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