The first news update for April 2019 is here. Introduction of the Third Aircraft Skin Contest, new staff incoming and more!
Ikaros Update 14
"Ikaros is still flying." The Ace Combat: Ikaros in the Sky fan translation project continues.
The project area has been quietly updated over the past few weeks and is now ready for a public announcement. Over the past few weeks, we have received emails and direct messages from translators asking to help with translating this Ace Combat novel into new languages. With their requests accepted, Ace Combat: Ikaros in the Sky now has chapters available in Bahasa Indonesia, Deutsch, English, Español, Italiano and Português. Translators for Français and 官话 are also a part of the team. See the project page to view the updates.
All languages of Ikaros in the Sky will now abide by the Single-Page format first introduced with the complete English and Português release. As chapters are translated, these pages will be updated directly. A massive thank you to the translators that have answered the call to finally let Ace Combat fans around the worlds finally read this book.
Now that Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown has released on all platforms, Project: Lighthouse is announcing four screenshot contests for the month of February 2019. Winners of these contests will receive patches created by Far East Industries in support of our activities. We thank Far East Industries for this and look forward to future collaborations.
Details on the first screenshot contest, the 'Sol AC7 Screenshot Contest' is as follows:
Scanning of the exclusive illustrations only found in the official hardback of A Blue Dove for the Princess has now begun. After a series of test scans on more than eight scanners, Ribbon-Blue - the owner of this hardback - has volunteered to separate the pages and scan it for maximum quality with no errors caused by page bending.
As mentioned in previous updates, Project: Lighthouse will present the illustrations from the hardback on a web page on our website. This will be the first time the images from this book are presented alongside the most accurate translation of the story to date. It should be noted that the text within the book matches the text found on the official Ace Combat 5 japanese website.
The announcement and development blog for Project: Lighthouse.