Keiji Inafune’s Next Game Is The Island of Dr. Momo

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Last month, Keiji Inafune revealed to Bloomberg that he’d be releasing a social game for the Japanese market sometime soon. Today, it was announced that his next game is a mobile phone title for the GREE service.

 

This game is titled The Island of Dr. Momo, developed by his new company, Comcept, in partnership with Index Holdings, which is Atlus’ parent company. It’s planned for release on both iOS and Android phones this autumn in Japan.

 

The game is about Dr. Momo, who’s described as a mad scientist with a love for cute things. She’s trying to create the cutest thing in the world by collecting and combining a variety of animals together. It’s a social game and will be free-to-play, with users paying to buy in-game items.


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