Jun’ai Babah Gakuen (= pure romance granny school) is a new Android/iOS dating sim on which you may live as a male student and date with one-million-year-old grannies.
Dating simulation has been featuring pigeons (English version available), creatures, alpaca, animals, T-rex, sushi, printer, etc.
The game is to be released soon from the maker of “Hag of one million years old”, a game raising one million years old granny on smartphone. Granny one million years old might be another shot to be unique in this competitive category.
Hag of one million years old
Genre: Games, Entertainment, Family, Simulation
Artist: hiroyuki shigetomi
Released at: October 12, 2014
via Inside Games [J]
Granny Dating Simulation Game – Jun’ai Babah Gakuen
AndroWire reported that Facebook added a new QR Code profile feature only for Japanese users.
Facebook users on iOS and Android can show a QR Code from a user profile, on which others can access and request to be a Facebook friend.
Early this week, Facebook released stamps on comments feature for Japan, at now only for Japan.
Facebook Adds QR-Code to Add Friends via 2D Barcode for Japan
Tokyo Metropolitan Government bureau of citizens and cultural affairs released an iOS/Android app “Mamore! Shuuma & Elme”(mamore = protect), which is the first ever game app to pass on consumer information by local government in Japan, according to the release [J].
The game itself is a typical puzzle game, where you need to line up three balloons to erase. The app has a notification bar at the top, like mobile ads, to inform heads-up of several anecdotal deceiving cases.
via MyNavi News
Nikkei Business reported as a “breaking news” today [J] that Japan’s largest telco NTT Docomo is planning to start the fixed rate Android app subscription service such like #2 KDDI’s au Smart Pass earliest in June.
KDDI’s Smart Pass, which charges 390 yen (US$4.00) every month for variety of Android apps set, recently passed 5 million subscribers. 1 out of 6 KDDI users using the Internet connection on their cellphone are subscribing the service.
Mixi released iPhone/Android free app Nohana [J] today.
The app is a camera application with backend photo storage web service. Every month, you get one free photobook (stamp fee 90-yen = $1 required though) made from your taking photos. The book will have 28 pages with 20 photos.
They said that their business model is to sell the second or more photobooks, such like a gift to grand-parents living remotely.
The app is seen on US iTunes Store, but the texts are all in Japanese. And the truth that the site says 90-yen mail fee only, it sounds like the free book is only available domestically.
Genre: Photo & Video, Lifestyle
Language: English, Japanese
Artist: nohana, Inc.
Released at: 9:30 AM
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