Utrecht, the Netherlands - April 11, 2013

Online Game publisher CyberStep’s crane game service, Toreba, is set to go live on Thursday, April 11th!

Toreba is an online claw game service that allows users to operate a physical prize catcher machine remotely via internet browser. Players are able to operate the machine through simple button controls while viewing a live video feed of the machine. Multiple camera angles are available, allowing the user to operate the machine from a position they feel most comfortable with.

Toreba is played with Toreba Points (TP), available for purchase online via credit card, eWallet, prepaid card or mobile phone. Any prizes won while playing will be shipped directly to the user.

Users are able to register for the service, free of charge, at :

Prize selections are updated often, keeping things fresh for the players.

Toreba Service Overview

Title: Toreba

Genre: Online Prize Catcher Service

System Requirements: Browser with Flash Player 10 or higher installed.

Official Homepage:

Facebook Fanpage:

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About CyberStep:

CyberStep is a fast-growing and globally-renowned publisher of interactive entertainment, such as online games. Headquartered in Japan, CyberStep has local branches in the United States, Taiwan, Korea, the Netherlands, Brazil and Dubai.

Since 2001, CyberStep has developed and managed popular online games that are enjoyed all over the world. Within the past decade, CyberStep has developed five successful online games: CosmicBreak, GetAmped, GetAmped2, C21 STEEL BATTLE CHRONICLES and Cosmic Commander. CyberStep is committed to developing quality games and products while making the utmost efforts to ensure user satisfaction.


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