Posted by : Unknown Wednesday, May 7, 2014
From the makers of one most popular and longest running anime series (One Piece), Toei Animation is currently developing an original smartphone role-playing-game (RPG) app for Smartphones that is about to be launch on the mid-point of May.
The Enkan No Pandemica also known as (Circle Pandemica) is a role-playing-game (RPG) that is set into a modern-day world that has been annihilated by a strange, and new virus castigate the one that was infected. The virus has already claimed a massive part of the population, and those who escaped from the virus must fight in order to survive.
From the developer of Sega's PSP game Tsukuro! & J-League. Studio Fake, is working with the game.
Instead of web apps that we've been simply playing just from clicking some buttons, Enkan No Pandemica is a native app that is similar with currently popular game Puzzle and Dragons and Monster Strike.
The game is free-to-play, but players can also buy in-game item purchases. The game is featured with characters on a 3D map. Similar with the traditional RPG games, can organize parties of 10 characters/players to conquer for a quest, and as each of the characters gets stronger, they evolved and change appearance as well. It has also a variety of character roles including: seeker, servant, engineer, and guard. It has also began the acceptance of pre-registration and for those who pre-register for the game will receive the character, Kuon, Natsusaka.
According to Mantan Web reports, by starting it with a smartphone game (which takes lower cost rather than anime) and then expanding into othe
r multimedia platforms such as anime & manga, Toei Animation is aiming on a different approach that it has taken in television anime. Toei Animation says regarding with that it will "of course" be conscious into a possibility of an anime adaptation, but it is also focusing on expanding with the Asian market as well.
Toei Animation filed a trademark for "Enkan no Pandemica" on January 17, and then teased the game's website at the AnimeJapan convention in March.