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Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s ’18: Dream World’ now available on Android

GameSamba has announced today that Mobcast’s hit Japanese puzzle RPG, “18: Dream World”, is now available for Android devices on Google Play in North America.

The game takes place in the mysterious Dream World. Players will form a team of characters from a cast of hundreds, and journey through story-filled stages in order to unlock the truth about the Dream World, and the strange new disease that’s trapping people there.

Using a combination of RPG and puzzle game mechanics, players must defeat and recruit a wide variety of enemies, as they grow their heroes’ power.

“We’re excited to be releasing ’18: Dream World’ in North America, it’s unique blend of anime-style art, great music, RPG mechanics, and twisting story bring something different to the puzzle genre, that our fans and fans of Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s other games should really enjoy.” –  Scott Wong, President of GameSamba. 

To play the game, players can visit its page on Google Play, and download it for free. The game will also be available on iOS devices at a later date.

For more information on “18: Dream World”, players can like the official Facebook page, or sign up for updates on the official website.

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