EDIT: Reuploading this, since the previous attempt didn't work properly, for some reason. I suspect it was my client.
I noticed this tracker was completely lacking in a package of all the original Tsukihime games in English. The only option (this one: https://sukebei.nyaa.si/view/3439039) is excellent, but provides a modified copy of the games that includes adjustable resolutions and doesn’t allow one to save at choices. This package includes all the original titles with the english patches pre-applied, and no further modifications. Walkthroughs and Flowcharts for Kagetsu Tohya and Tsukihime are also available inside each game’s folders.
As an extra, I’ve included Fool’s Errand, a silly little April Fool’s prank that Mirror Moon released back in the day. The bonus folder inside the Plus Disc was taken from the torrent linked above.
As some of you may or may not know, the english versions of Tsukihime and Kagetsu Tohya had a rather… arcane system in place when it came to their soundtracks; you essentially had to convert the music files to ogg, straight from the original CDs, and then place them in a “CD” folder inside the games’ main directories. The intent was noble, though - Mirror Moon did it to allow players to effectively change the games’ soundtracks, since the original versions of the songs were of rather poor quality (you can find more info on this in the readme inside the Tsukihime folder).
In light of this, I’ve included the three main versions of Tsukihime’s soundtrack in this package (EVER AFTER, Tsuki-Bako and the original one), as well as two versions of Kagetsu Tohya’s music (the original one and Tsuki-Bako). With the exception of Kagetsu Tohya’s original soundtrack, each arrangement has two copies - one already converted to ogg and ready to be used with the games, and one lossless rip for those who want who want a listening experience outside of their playing time (or to convert it to ogg themselves). The EVER AFTER rip was downloaded off of the internet; the WAV copies were ripped by me from the japanese discs.
Take note that each game’s CD folder is arranged according to my own preferences; Kagetsu Tohya is using the Tsuki-Bako soundtrack, while Tsukihime’s CD folder contains the EVER AFTER arrangement (with the exception of track 10, which comes from Tsuki-Bako). Give each version a listen and rearrange things if your tastes differ from mine.
Finally, remember that these games are quite old and run at low resolutions; as a result, there is no fullscreen and windows are quite small. If you dislike that - and don’t mind not being able to save at choices - I recommend getting the package I linked above.