A fan translation has just been released for a small PC-98 RPG from the Puyo Puyo developer Compile.
Wind's Seed, in case you've never heard of it (and we wouldn't blame you), is a short 2-hr RPG released for the PC-9801 in 1995 and was distributed in Vol. 07 of Disc Station Magazine — a series of disk-based magazines that the developer published throughout the '80s and '90s that came packed with Japan-exclusive software for a bunch of platforms like the MSX, PC-98, and Windows 95.
From what we've been able to gather from sources like MobyGames, it follows the story of a sister and brother, named Meena and Otto, who possess the unique ability to cast magical spells. At the beginning of the game, they arrive in a small village during the harvest season but soon find themselves confronted by a range of hostile forces — both human and non-human — leading them to rely on their powers to survive.