KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - November 30, 2011— Sherman3D, the indie game development company that created the popular Japanese Role Playing Game (JRPG),? Alpha Kimori™ Great Doubt™ Episode One, has announced? that Alpha Kimori™ Episode Two is to be released at the end of March 2012, a year after the release of its first episode.
Alpha Kimori™ is a trilogy of bright and colorful Japanese Anime inspired episodic casual 2D Role Playing Games (RPG), which feature a philosophical story such as that of the Gundam and Evangelion series with a mix of sci-fi and fantasy elements played out like an interactive novel. It uses a turn based battle system in classical JRPGs such as the early Final Fantasy series, Xenogears and Chrono Trigger. The theme song is sung by the Japanese Vocaloid pop idol, Hatsune Miku. Alpha Kimori™? Episode One was reviewed by Gamezebo as "an excellent, thought-provoking RPG" with a rating of 4 out of 5 stars. Alpha Kimori™ Episode One is distributed worldwide by Big Fish Games, GameHouse, Direct2Drive, MSN, Yahoo, AT&T, AOL, Asus, Shockwave, Pogo, Virgin Media and various other distributors.
Alpha Kimori™ Episode Two picks up where Episode One left off. It will introduce three new characters, Emelyn, Ken and Miyu. Danny Choo's Mirai, Haruka and Kanata will also make guest appearances.? Episode Two will have better user interface graphics, a more matured looking Yuki and lots of mini-games. The creators also incorporated many requested improvements after listening to feedback from fans at Alpha Kimori's Facebook page: http://www.Facebook.com/AlphaKimori Screenshots of Alpha Kimori™ Episode Two can be viewed at: http://alphakimori.com/content/alpha-kimori-no-need-great-doubt-episode-two
Sherman3D? is an indie game development company incorporated in 2003 in Malaysia and in July 2006 in Canada. Sherman3D specializes in pixel art outsourcing and has worked on over 20 internationally recognized games including Scribblenauts published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment in 2009, Nickelodeon Diego's Build&Rescue published by 2K Play in 2010, Moshi Monsters Moshling Zoo published by Activision in 2011 and various Disney web games. Sherman3D created its own intellectual property, Alpha Kimori™ Great Doubt™, which will eventually spin off with its own series of animation, comics, games and movies. For additional information, please visit www.Sherman3D.com and www.AlphaKimori.com?