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I just tried in a quite vanilla -but updated - Win10 VM and it worked.
1. Re-download the game, the rpa file might be corrupted
2. Triple-check you drag/give-as-parameter the archive.rpa file and not some other file
3. Ensure the game is off (the file is not blocked?) while you extract
4. Restart windows (yes I know it's 2021 but still), allow all pending updates to finish. Perhaps even run updates to fix things broken by previous updates (Just a month ago I had to help fix a computer that just decided onboard audio doesn't work and windows update "fixed" it)
5. Use the macOS/Linux method (see description)
6. Oh boy. I can only think of tiny RAM, defective RAM, defective HDD/SSD, defective other hardware or simply an environment that is somehow weirding the script out, which obviously is using zlib. Perhaps you are a dev/packager and somehow added a "bad" (read this scrip can't handle it) version of zlib to path?
Dragonunpacker also works when used on an .rpa file, hopefully for you as well:
First up, try this from another reply of mine:
Put all into C:\test\
or D:\test\, as long as you ensure there are no non-ASCII characters in the path (and no whitespace) and that the path is very short.
The music selection is great!
The writing is fantastic!
The challenge is great!
The title is funny!
The grim reaper talking bone clicking sounds are EXCELLENT! (I recently played a game that had a a horrible talk sound loop thus my excitement)
The icons are well-readable and the colors/shapes are well-differentiable even with f.lux (night mode) on.
Quite the atmosphere. I wonder if I missed notes - boy were they hard to find for me ^^
[had to re-upload because I accidentally deleted some of the most important game audio while editing at first]
oooooh, I had assumed that "0" is both lower than 1 and greater than 9 and only when a "0" has been played, any other number is greater than and less than at the same time.
PS: Does this mean that if the rule is +1, I can place anything on a "0" card? I was assuming I have to place "1" on "0" on +1 rules.  ah yes, looking at ai's behavior anything goes in that situation...