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Gamania Group’s GungHo Gamania announced that it has obtained the distributions rights of “Komori Life” in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau

GungHo Gamania, a subsidiary of Gamania Group, officially announced the distribution rights to “Komori Life” in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau on August 30. Komori Life is an “management builder + light RPG + social” integrated type mobile game developed by Zorro and distributed by Shengqu Games in Shanghai. “Komori Life” is officially planned for released in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau in Q4 this year. Officials indicate that the rise of female gamers-oriented games in recent years has seen exceptional performances on the market, making these games the new blue ocean in the gaming market. In contrast to previous games distributed by the Gamania Group that were geared towards male gamers, “Komori Life” will be Gamania’s first game attempting to transition over to the female market. This time, the company has also proactively obtained for the gamers the game’s debut release in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau prior to the worldwide release. It will surely bring the optimal gaming experience that gamers have never seen before!

▲Gamania Group’s GungHo Gamania announced that it has obtained the distributions rights of “Komori Life” in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau on August 30 

According to the officials, “Komori Life” is a “light living builder simulation” mobile game with refreshing Japanese-style images, and the finesse drawing styles of Japanese anime movies. Gamers will be far away from the city’s bustling noises, enjoying the quiet and leisurely lifestyle. This is a leisure builder game in a “refreshing Japanese anime style” that offers a hyper simulator handcraft gaming style. Officials further mentioned that the female gamer-oriented gaming on the market have mainly been male characters in games of love, royal fighting, romance, outfit changes, and etc. In order to bring gamers a unique gaming experience, the release of “Komori Life” could be called “the unicorn of leisure mobile gaming” on the market.

▲ “Komori Life” is a “light living builder simulation” mobile game with refreshing Japanese-style images, and the finesse drawing styles of Japanese anime movies

▲ Gamers will be far away from the city’s bustling noises, enjoying the quiet and leisurely lifestyle. This is a leisure builder game in a “refreshing Japanese anime style”

In order to bring “Komori Life” to the vast population of gamers earlier, the official “Komori Life” Facebook page and Instagram account will be published today as well. Detailed information on “Komori Life” will be released subsequently. Prepare yourself for more action soon!

▲ “Komori Life” gamers will encounter characters of various personalities, and further interact with them to develop deeper into the story





※ “Komori Life” official Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/komorilife/
※ “Komori Life” official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/komorilife2019

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