Little King’s Story Is Going Mobile

By Ishaan . April 4, 2010 . 11:51am

imageLittle King’s Story, while a well-received game, released to a cold reception in Japan. As part of an ongoing initiative to pull themselves out of the red, Marvelous are licensing it to a mobile phone developer.


Mobile internet portal, CA Mobile, sent out a press release to Japanese blog My Game News Flash, touching upon the features of the mobile adaptation.


For the mobile game, the townsfolk tossing action elements were tweaked into a point and click game to make Little King’s Story more accessible to casual players. Also new to the game is a social interaction system by which you can exchange treasures with other players to help complete their collection. Little King’s Story will be use a free-to-play model on mobile phones, although, players will be able to buy certain in-game items via microtransactions.


Perhaps a more proper iPhone or iPad version is in order next?

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  • Didn’t LKS’s developer studio go bankrupt since its release? I can’t help but root for this, even if that same studio isn’t behind it and even if I have no interest in mobile games. Though I can see an iPad version doing decently well, now that you mention it.

    • Yeah, both Cing and Marvelous are in pretty bad shape. I’m all for anything that helps either one pull themselves out of the ditch.

      • malek86

        But is mobile gaming really the way to go? I can’t see too much money being made off it. Although Sting seems very keen on it, so maybe there’s a market out there.

        • They might as well ride the apple train and start tossing out i-games seeing as how the iphone and ipad *sigh* are selling apps like hot cakes here and there.

  • Yea just make an iphone app and im there :)

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