Puzzle & Dragons from GungHo Entertainment gets a lot of collaborations (Rovio, Hello Kitty, etc), which is when another game and its characters show up in this game. The newest one happens to be with Square Enix and their Final Fantasy games. Yes, this means the entire franchise and not just one game in it.
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With Gamescom 2015 over we still have a lot of news to report on from the show. So we have a nice short break right now to do it in before the next event starts, which is PAX Prime 2015 taking place between August 28th-31st in Seattle. Today GungHo Entertainment, of Puzzle & Dragons fame among other titles, has announced their PAX Prime line-up of games they will be showing off.
We usually don’t cover events like the Anime Expo or the San Diego Comic Con unless there happens to be something related to mobile gaming showing up at those events for some reason. Well GungHo Entertainment is actually one of a few game development companies going to this year’s Anime Expo and today the company revealed their line-up of games they will be showing off there. Interestingly enough, one of those games is a new Puzzle & Dragons title coming to mobile soon.
Puzzle & Dragons by GungHo Entertainment has already held some pretty interesting cross-over events in the recent past. So far we have had an Angry Birds cross-over event as well as two Batman Arkham Origins events in Puzzle & Dragons as well. Now we get to announce another cross-over event of epic cuteness, Hello Kitty is invading Puzzle & Dragons.
In more Clash of Clans developer Supercell news, the company has announced today that it has sold 51% of the company to SoftBank and GungHo Entertainment for the ridiculous amount of $1.5 billion making this one of the biggest mobile game studio purchases to date. It isn’t like either company didn’t have the money to spare, especially after GungHo Entertainment’s release of Puzzle and Dragons which makes them a staggering amount of money by itself.
Apparently a Japanese arcade has decided to take steps to ensure that the fine folks who are in their arcade are spending money and not sitting around playing mobile games instead. So what did this arcade do to try and persuade patrons to spend their money on the arcade’s games? Ban smartphones of course. While this is definitely filed under the ‘Humor’ category of news, there is some interesting things to note about this situation.
GungHo Entertainment have certainly done well since they decided to start making games for mobile. In fact one of their games happens to be making them a ridiculous amount of money each month. Their newest release, which hit Google Play a few days ago, is called Freak Tower and is a rather unique blend of business sim and tower defense.
The most recent release onto iOS and Android from GungHo Entertainment is their Puzzle-RPG title called Puzzle & Dragons. While this game has gotten quite popular on both platforms, GungHo Entertainment has released some figured that are rather impressive. The company claims that right now Puzzle & Dragons earns around $2 million per day between both Android and iOS in Japan.