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All IrisCodes in How to Build a Magnificent Kingdom

All the IrisCodes to start the game with all the bonuses!

How to input, and the codes themselves

As soon as you boot up the game, if you check the main menu, there is an option that says “IrisCode”, just like the icon for this guide. If you select it, it will take you to a screen with seven zeroes.

What you have to do is to input these codes using your keyboard’s numeric pad. If you don’t have a numeric pad (TKL keyboard or using a laptop), you can input the numbers using the up and down arrow keys, and you can move between numbers using the left and right arrow keys.

As soon as you end typing the code, a window will appear telling you what you have unlocked, or that’s the idea, because only one of the messages is actually translated. There are also two that will show an empty window, and the rest will be in japanese. Nevertheless, just hit enter or click in the window to dismiss the message, and then hit backspace (the regular one!) to return to the beginning of the number string, and start typing the next code.

All IrisCodes

So, enough with the explanation. The codes are:

0114106
Blank message, Oorieimu. It looks like a preorder from a shop called MALICE?

3489641
English message, Adds Dille and Elle to your Party. Access it from Domestic Affairs.

1567820
Japanese message, Anime vol. 1, adds a new event, something related to soap.

7246882
Japanese message, Anime vol. 2, adds a new event, something related to customs or a checkpoint maybe?

6429691
Japanese message, Ariadne extra’s, you must use a given weapon, or you will receive it, I’m not sure.

2467118
Japanese message, Yushia extra’s, you must use a given weapon, or you will receive it, I’m not sure.

4867723
Japanese message, Ruruka extra’s, you must use a given weapon, or you will receive it, I’m not sure.

5951245
Blank message, Shikishi’s gift, something related to a seiyuu/voice actor.

And that’s all. I’m not any good at japanese, so I did my best trying to badly translate the messages, so please, take my comments with a grain of salt. Of course, if anyone is good enough to tell us what they mean in English, please, comment on this guide and I’ll update this.

Happy gaming!

Also, one last thing…

If you’ve bought the game, and think you’re missing something… maybe you’re right!

Remember you can download a restoration patch over the Kagura Games website to restitute all missing content from the game. Depending on your location, you should use the international site[www.kaguragames.com], the japanese site [kaguragamesjp.com]. In case of doubt, the international site[www.kaguragames.com] is probably the one you’re looking for.

Just scroll down a little bit, and after the image, click con the “PATCH” link. Then choose a mirror to download and check the instructions.

Again… happy gaming!

Written by Sandor

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