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CYBIRD: IKEMEN Royal Palace -Midnight Cinderella-, the Most Popular Title in the IKEMEN Series of Dating Simulation Games for Women, Makes Long-Awaited Service Debut in Taiwan and Hong Kong!

CYBIRD Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; President and Chief Executive Officer: Kazumoto Robert Hori) announces that from today, May 8 (Thursday), it is starting to provide a service at App Store* and Google Play in Taiwan and Hong Kong for IKEMEN Royal Palace -Midnignt Cinderella-, which is the most popular title in the IKEMEN Series of dating simulation games for women that has attracted 8 million members.

*At App Store, this service began on May 1 (Thursday).

The game IKEMEN Royal Palace -Garden of Love-, set in a male-female inverted Edo-period town of Royal Palace, was launched in the Taiwan and Hong Kong markets in October 2013, where it has built up a favorable reputation and gained a high rating in the app market, just as it has previously in Japan.

With the launch of the current edition of IKEMEN Royal Palace -Midnight Cinderella-, as with the Japanese edition, members who play the game can enjoy a sweet love story populated by handsome male characters with strong individual traits such as the Knight and Duke of the Royal Household who give off a mysterious atmosphere, the amorous Trainer, etc., who together inhabit a gorgeous aristocratic court world. Since many players in Taiwan and Hong Kong are already enjoying the Japanese edition, the new edition comes with a function that allows users to switch to the Japanese edition display, so they can enjoy the game either in traditional Chinese characters or in Japanese script.

Moreover, the game is filled with cute avatars such as colorful accessories and small articles, dresses and horse-drawn carts that appear as if in a picture book version of Cinderella.

CYBIRD is happy to deliver exciting, entertaining and enjoyable games to mobile users throughout the world by actively developing high-quality contents for overseas markets.

Outline of IKEMEN Royal Palace –Midnight Cinderella-

IKEMEN Royal Palace -Midnight Cinderella- is a love game that was launched into service on September 26, 2012 (Wednesday) and currently boasts 2 million members as the most popular game in the IKEMEN series. For example, both the iPhone and Android OS versions have ranked among the top 50 in terms of sales for 10 months in succession. Both the IKEMEN characters appearing in the game and the scenario, which users tend to find irresistible reading, have received high evaluations.

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Do you suppose a commoner can become a Princess of a country!?

The Princess's role is "to find the Prince of this country."

Do you think a commoner who visits a castle can be elevated somehow by being told, "You are a Princess of this country"?

Nevertheless, you somehow want to be nominated as a “princess” of the kingdom!?

The head of the Knights of the Royal Household makes a secret vow, “All my life, I will be by your side to protect you.”

“If you look at me like that, Princess, you won’t be able to go back to the castle,” says the Duke who is a candidate to be the next King at a secret midnight meeting.

Who is the one and only Prince that you the Princess will choose?

 

Outline of Dating Simulation Game for Women

Information provision   CYBIRD CO., Ltd.
Distribution start date iOS Edition: May 1, 2014

Google Play Edition: May 8, 2014

Information service charge Basic play free, per item charge system
Copyright   ©2014 CYBIRD
 

About CYBIRD

Company Name:   CYBIRD Co., Ltd.
Headquarters: Mansard Daikanyama, 10-1 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
150-0033
Representative: President and Chief Executive Officer Kazumoto Robert Hori
Founded: September 29, 1998
Incorporated: October 2, 2006
Business outline: Mobile contents service provision and mobile business support / development and provision of cross-media solutions / mobile marketing / mobile advertising and mobile promotion, mobile website construction / mobile commerce, research and development of next-generation platforms, etc.
URL:

http://www.cybird.co.jp/english/english.html

 
  CYBIRD and the CYBIRD logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of CYBIRD Co., Ltd.
All described company names, product names and service names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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