Japanese Smartphone Game Gives 30 Players Just Three Minutes To Battle It Out

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Tokyo-based studio Asobimo,Inc. has opened up pre-registrations for its upcoming  real-time strategy game GodGames. You can pre-register on the game’s new English language website.


GodGames focuses on 15v15 online battles that last for only three minutes. The short time limit is made to suit smartphone gaming so you can sneak quick matches in around your lifestyle. It also has a “join-free” battle system. This means that you can join in any match at any time and shouldn’t need to wait around creating match rooms or for players to join.


There are over 60 unit types in GodGames to build up your team with. And you can improve them with “Potentials,” which are essentially skills, as they gain more experience. It also has a single player mode to introduce the basics of the game and tell the stories of the different unit characters.


Those who pre-register get bonuses including limited versions of two in-game units: “Sylvia” (Sub General Sylvia) and “Ian” (Swordmaster Ian). There are also a bunch of crafting materials and in-game currency throw in. Once the number of registered users exceeds 50,000 more bonuses will be unlocked.


Find out more on GodGames’s website.

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Chris Priestman
Former Siliconera staff writer and fan of both games made in Japan and indie games.