The translation of the BeOS and Windows versions are different. In general, the BeOS translation seem to be better, or at least the writing seems to flow more smoothly. However they both have typos, and they're both passable.
Here's a video I made showing a comparison of the introductions.
I found this guide for getting BeOS 5.0 Pro working in PCem. Virtual Machines like VMware and VirtualPC don't have video emulation that BeOS has a 2d accelerated driver for, so it can't run the game. PCem has video card emulation, thought it can be some trouble to get setup.
PCem doesn't run at full speed on my system, at the cpu speed that BeOS requires, so I used 86Box instead. Though 86Box runs at full speed, thee game still had audio stuttering sometimes. However, if I leave the vm running for some time, the audio stuttering will eventually go away. I used win10pcap to get the networking working in BeOS, but wasn't able to get it working until I switched to 86Box, because PCem didn't have a descriptive name for the networking device, and I had the wrong one selected. Networking isn't necessary for the game itself.
The game runs slowly unless I switch the game to fullscreen mode, then the game runs smoothly, and at a good fps. However, if a video plays, like when you first start the game, the game will complain about your video card being unable to display fullscreen and it will kick you back to window mode. After this, you cannot switch back to fullscreen and must restart the game. While it's possible to start the game in window mode, then switch to fullscreen, and the game will play well, it's also very probable that there could be videos that play later which could cause problems. And there's no way to play the videos without lag.
Also, sometimes the controls get stuck in a particular direction, and I'm not sure why, or how to fix it. It may be related to joystick somehow so disabling joystick may stop it from happening, but it is possible to use a gamepad with direction pad and 4 buttons.
A few times 86box got stuck and wouldn't boot so I renamed the nvr folder, after which it created a new nvr folder and started working again.
The Windows version ran well directly after installation and I had no difficulty with the install. I followed the directions included in the archive for how to install the Korean to English patch. CD 2 must be mounted in order to be able to listen to music.
However, I had two problems with the Windows version. The first is that the cd audio did not loop. The second was that it was forced into fullscreen. When I tried to capture the game with OBS, I had to do some tricky things, because the capture would disappear when I alt-tab.
To solve both of these problems I use a program called dxwnd. DxWnd has very good documentation under Help>View Help in the program but that same documentation cannot be found online afaik. I've outlined the process I used below, but all of this information can be found in the Help documentation.
I added the game in DXWnd.
There is an alternative to get looping music with the cd audio directly, and that is to replace the winmm.dll file in the game folder with a patched version. One of these files can be found here, but I haven't tried it so you're on your own. This doesn't solve the fullscreen problem.
You can find a zip image containing the virtual machine, hard drive and cd image here. Using this you should be able to simply load 86Box, and run the game from within BeOS. Or here is a download with just the game. The music cd, in a format that 86Box can recognize, is included with the full download, but not the download of the game by itself.
Or you can find the Windows version of the game here:
Windows CD 1 with Korean to English patch
Windows CD 2 (game music)
The extracted ogg vorbis music can be found here. Place it in the game's folder for use with dxwnd.
I do not own these games and have no right to redistribute them, but they're interesting and increasingly difficult to find, and I feel like the game deserves to be preserved and experienced.
I have also uploaded the entire cd audio to youtube so you can listen freely, here. The music is very good, generally.
I made the videos by mounting the audio cd with daemon tools, ripping the cd audio as flac with cdex, and then created the videos with Davinci Resolve. I considered making a tutorial about the process, but Davinci Resolve was freezing on me during part of the process and I'm not sure what the deal with that was.
Lastly, the lossless flac version of the cd audio can be found here. However, DXwnd does not support flac.