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←これは、昨日サービス開始となったモバゲータウン版の『ポケット☆水族館』の公式サークル画面です。プレイヤーの皆さんの情報交換などに使われる場所ですが、真ん中よりちょっと下にある「盛り上がり度」に注目。

 

『もはや神』

 

……って、どんな盛り上がり方ですか!?

 

とにもかくにも、モバゲータウン版の『ポケット☆水族館』好評サービス中ですですので、まだプレイしていない方はぜひ一度お試しください!

 

※下のQRコードもご利用ください。


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モバゲー版『ポケット☆水族館』オープン!

『ポケット☆水族館』がモバゲータウンでも遊べるようになりました!

『ポケット☆水族館』forモバゲータウン

本日よりリリースされたモバゲータウン版『ポケット☆水族館』は、現在mixiで公開されている内容をもとにカスタマイズされた内容となっています。

今後、mixi版と同様のご当地ショップなども順次リリースされる予定ですので、モバゲー版もぜひぜひよろしくお願いいたします。

モバゲー版QRコード

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JooJoo video

Since japanese phones are rather unique, i posted a screencast of our JooJoo service. It’s all in japanese but there’s a spoken explanation (in case you don’t have your speakers on!)


This is a full-flash mobile social game service and works on the mobile phone in japan exactly as you see it here.

problems viewing? heres a link to the quicktime file

Enjoy!

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stamkey – your personal QR code

stamkey – the personal stamp that is unique and links to your own personal home page! Linking the real and virtual!

stamkey

every unit has a QRCode stamp inside it which is unique. stamp the  QRCode on a sheet of paper and then access it. The first time allows you to “claim” that page as your own and add your personal info. Then in future you can just stamp your QRCode on a handy piece of paper, rather than giving away your personal details by IR. It’s so much more tactile!

 link

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mobile books outsell paper books!

its happened already! the hit mobile books are outselling their dead-tree counterparts.

The 魔法のiらんど (Mahou no i-Land) folks threw a party to celebrate the million sales of 【赤い系】(Red Thread).

RedThread was published by Goma books, but distributed on mobile by Mahou.

“We never imagined it would take off like this, and are just astounded. This all started the year before last, when we consulted with Mahô i-land about a publication to commemorate the 50-year anniversary of our company. More than three million cell phone novels have been published so far this year. I want to establish this not simply as a fad, but as a new kind of culture.”

Masayoshi Yoshino, president of Goma Books, said in his opening remarks. (via Japanese Writer’s House)

Backstory:

Mahou no i-Land (Magic Island) was one of the first mobile communities in japan, providing free mobile home-pages. They changed their business model to provide mobile books. In fact a lot of books are written on the mobile phone too – by ordinary folks. Some of the books are printed to paper and distributed to convenience stores around japan too.

The big publishers have moved quickly into mobile books and mobile manga, but few have embraced user-generated content as much as community sites like MahouNo i.

D eNA’s mobile game town is also big on “creators” – the term for people who write their own content on the phone.

Plug: Pikkle will soon be opening “mangajam.com” a mobile SNS for manga fans.

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