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Renatus Media enters Japan market with Bubble Magic 3D

This July, Renatus Media, mobile and social game publishing brand, announced the release of Bubble Magic 3D on Yahoo! Mobage.

Asian gaming market is growing bigger every year and Japan goes as one of the most promising countries there in terms of attracting new loyal players. After winning over Facebook audience and recently expanding to mobile with iOS version, Bubble Magic 3D continues its journey across the globe in Japan with Yahoo! Mobage being the perfect destination. 

Japanese platform offers users social games for PC browsers. The service is on the rise gathering 10 million users after its launch in late 2010 although it only works for those who have Yahoo! Japan IDs. Japanese audience has it own rules when it comes to games that could only be met with a proper localization and Bubble Magic 3D appeared to be the most adaptive title among Renatus Media games. 

Bubble Magic 3D is a match 3 bubble shooter that challenges players to help the cursed princess in a frog body return to her human form. But the most unexpected part is that the player will need to bring princess to realising that she feels better as a frog. 

The developer of the game  trusted his own 5 years old daughter to provide the idea for the storyline and even to draw the prototype of the frog princess. He would never have imagined that  little girl's fantasy will turn into an inspirational story teaching people accepting who they are and being happy about it. The goal of Renatus Media is to spread this philosophical story across the world and provide potential players with 99 levels of challenging three-dimensional gameplay.

Game Trailer

Bubble Magic 3D on Facebook 

Bubble Magic 3D on the App Store

Bubble Magic 3D on Yahoo! Mobage

Renatus Media, LLC

United States

http://renatus.com/

pr@renatus.com

 

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