You mean that I can play any game I want whether it's Korean / Japanese or Russian?! Yes, the method behind all of this is OCR (Optical Character Recognition) when you're in a game you can make screenshots right with programs like puu.sh or gyazo, well this works the exact same way! I'll be explaining step by step on how to translate a piece of text out of literally any game you want. I might make a small video on this later on my channel. Get Abby Fine Reader Install the program and afterwards go to the folder where you installed the program and open up Bonus.ScreenshotReader.exe Choose the following: Capture: Area. Language: Korean (Hangul) if that doesn't work try the other Korean languages in there. (For KMS2) for a Russian game you would need to select Russian of course. Send: Text to Clipboard. Open the game you want to translate in this case Maplestory 2 (KMS 2 Final CBT) Find the part you want to translate in this case I translated a part of a quest. Proof of concept: 요정 나무 호수의 돌이위 아래 습은 Google Translate: Up and down the stone wet wood nymph lake NOTE: Google Translate is not always this good, sometimes it's better to use other websites such as Systranet etc. Some tips: Never try to get a big area since it's a program trying to recognize the characters and then put them to your clipboard so if you try for example copy a wall of text there will be some weird looking characters in there. In some games texts only appear for a split second or aren't that easy to read, if this is the case try to make a screenshot of the game and paste it in Paint or advanced users in Photoshop and zoom in on it and then go over the area again. I hope this helps you all out, just my 2Cents.