Kotodama Diary’s English localisation now available worldwide | Articles

Ske6’s Kotodama Diary on iOS and Android is now available worldwide within the English language.

It’s a pet rising sport the place you give phrases to kotodummies to make them develop, and their our bodies change in another way relying on which phrases they eat. Perhaps they’ll flip up cute, or cool, or possibly monstrous. You should select the phrases you want finest and attempt to gather as many kotodummies as attainable. You can gather them, play with them, or simply merely stare at them.

You do all of this in a room you beautify to your liking, reminiscent of shopping for furnishings so as to add a little bit of dwelling consolation to the place, or selecting what wallpaper and flooring you’d like to take a look at all day lengthy.

Kotodama Diary may be very cute, and it’s developed by Ske6 which is a three-person indie sport studio from Japan. It initially launched on the iOS App Store and Google Play a couple of yr and a half in the past however didn’t obtain a large English launch. When customers started asking the studio if it may localise the sport and launch it worldwide, the studio set to work with the assistance of its writer Polaris-x Inc. to carry it to a bigger viewers.

Being a sport about taking part in with phrases, clearly this was an amazing process for the workforce to make sure that Kotodama Diary’s writing wasn’t simply merely translated into English however was additionally tailored to make sure the cultural references and puns have been capable of be understood by a world viewers.

You can obtain Kotodama Diary now from the iOS App Store or Google Play for Android. It is a free to play title with adverts and in-app purchases.

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