Tap to the Tune of Soundtracks from Rez Infinite and End of the World (SEKAI NO OWARI); Base Game Reduced to $0.99 to Celebrate DLC launch
TOKYO – November 21, 2016 – mobcast Inc. today announced the launch of two downloadable content (DLC) packages for Lumines: Puzzle & Music based on the music of Rez© and End of the World (a.k.a. SEKAI NO OWARI). Both packs are available now in global markets on iOS and Android devices for $4.99 each. Rez, the classic rail-shooter music game originally released for PlayStation 2, was also developed by Lumines series creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi. The Rez DLC is inspired by the recent launch of Rez Infinite on PSVR, and adds six new tracks to Lumines: Puzzle & Music. To celebrate the DLC’s launch, mobcast has also lowered the price of the base version of Lumines: Puzzle & Music to $0.99.
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Bounce challenges you to solve complex physics-based puzzles to help your robot companion D1G-B bounce his way to his final destination
OAKLAND, CA — October 20, 2016 — Steel Wool Studios — an independent VR development studio formed by creative veterans of Pixar Animation Studios, Lucasfilm, and Telltale Games — today announced that Bounce, a physics-based puzzle game, is coming soon for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Bounce combines the powerful narrative elements of feature animation films with the intricate gameplay mechanics of VR to create the ultimate puzzle adventure. Players are tasked with helping their playful robot companion, D1G-B, bounce, sling, jump, shoot, and roll his way through an increasingly complex labyrinth of rooms on a galactic spaceship to make his way to his final destination.
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Mobile recreation of PSP music puzzle title now available in all territories following initial limited release
TOKYO – September 1, 2016 – mobcast Inc. today announced that Lumines: Puzzle & Music has made its debut in global markets on iOS and Android. After a successful initial limited release in Japan, Australia, and New Zealand, Lumines: Puzzle & Music is launching in 169 countries so that players around the world can now download the award-winning action puzzle classic on their mobile devices and tablets for US$2.99. A launch trailer featuring gameplay and music from the game can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cd5MRFDtVuw
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Developed in collaboration with Tetsuya Mizuguchi, the original creator of Lumines, the all-new game for iOS and Android launches in select overseas markets
TOKYO – July 19, 2016 – mobcast Inc., a leading mobile games publisher based in Japan, today announced that it has rolled out the hotly anticipated Lumines: Puzzle & Music in select markets overseas, including Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. The game is now available in those countries for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and Android smartphone and tablet devices. The game is expected to launch in the United States and all major markets around the globe this September for a download price of US$2.99 on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
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Get Hands-On at PlayStation Experience in San Francisco This December 6-7
LOS ANGELES – Nov. 19, 2015 – Filmmaker-turned-indie studio La Cosa today announced that they will showcase their debut title Klaus, an introspective, narrative-driven 2D puzzle platformer that explores free will and the human condition through vivid, high-contrast platforming, at PlayStation Experience in San Francisco this December 5-6. You can get a glimpse of what to expect from the game for the very first time in the studio’s brand new teaser trailer: https://youtu.be/DCjAgvlFl28. Continue reading New Trailer Teases Existential Puzzle Platforming in Klaus, Set for January Launch
Shake, shout, and dance your way through 100 puzzles in the clever and charming new game from Ludosity
SKӦVDE, Sweden. – November 5, 2015 – Think outside the touch and interact with your iPhone or iPad in ways that you never imagined in Progress to 100! Indie studio Ludosity, in partnership with game designer Tim Garbos from Copenhagen Game Collective, today announced that its award winning puzzle game Progress to 100 is now available on iPhone and iPad for $2.99. Pour over 100 playful and puzzling clues to solve puzzles and make progress–each clue requires you to use creative movements, sounds, and touch to find silly solutions.
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GameResort’s zombie-blasting 2D puzzle platformer will be available on iOS and Android
CLAREMONT, Calif. – July 15, 2015 – Save your brains, the undead are alive once again! Mobile games developer GameResort today announced that Stupid Zombies 3, the latest installment in the studio’s zombie blasting Stupid Zombie trilogy, will be available for free on iOS and Android on July 22. Stupid Zombies 3 upgrades the puzzle-platform shooting action with new characters, weapons, and power-ups that enhance gameplay.
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Chart-topping Japanese Puzzle Combat RPG Going Global on iOS and Android
TOKYO, Japan – March 12th, 2015 – Game publisher Acquire, known for such video games as Tenchu, Akiba’s Trip, and Fort Raiders SMAAASH! today revealed a worldwide release date of March 19th for its “panel-action RPG” Road to Dragons. Originally released in Japan in 2012 with 3 million downloads to date, Road to Dragons incorporates a unique game mechanic that has players laying ground tiles to create paths for their party through maps of quests, monsters and dragons. With JRPG art style and gameplay optimized for the touchscreen, gamers will experience a combination of adventure and wits made for on-the-go sessions. The game will be available on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Android smartphones as a free download with in-app purchases. Continue reading Find Your Path in Acquire’s JRPG Road to Dragons, Coming March 19th