By Ishaan . May 29, 2011 . 11:59am
As reported earlier this month, one of Konami’s goals for the year ahead is to focus on the social network games market. While they plan to make use of known Konami brands for this purpose, they’re also developing original titles, like Mori no Kuma House.
This is a game aimed that Konami are targeting at women. Mori no Kuma House has you living in and customizing a forest tree house. You obtain points to exchange for furniture and collect ingredients to cook meals with. You’ll be visited by woodland creatures, and you can snap photos of the animals while they relax at your tree house.
Since Mori no Kuma House is a social network game, it also has communication features. Players can show their rooms to others and obtain points by leaving comments on other people’s houses. Konami say they’ll add more network features to the game over time.
Mori no Kuma House released earlier this week for DeNA’s Mobage service. It’s a free-to-play title, with players paying for in-game items.