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Idle Hands are the Devils’ Playground in Devil Maker: Tokyo

Irvine, Calif. July 15 , 201 3 – Mobile gamers can now make a deal with the Devil(s) in Devil Maker: Tokyo , an anime-inspired role-playing card battle adventure for iOS and Android from Palmple , a new mobile game company affiliated with SmileGate. With Devil Maker, players will discover traditional turn-based CCG gameplay full of eye-catching artwork combining with missions and adventure for an unprecedented videogaming experience on mobile devices. Interested players can download the game for free on the App Store and Google Play.

Devil Maker takes place in Tokyo of the near future as eternal night has engulfed the city. Devils, once only found in fairytales and nightmares, begin to appear in the streets, coexisting with humans. There are good ones among them, and they are fighting to turn the devils of darkness into devils of light. The good devils need a human to become a hero, tracking down each bad devil’s contract and converting them toward the light.

In Devil Maker, mobile gamers will discover:

·         Deep and dark dungeons full of wicked devils – Joining forces with the good devils, players must fight the bad devils roaming the streets of Tokyo. Each move is determined by the players’ choice among three cards, which can be rewarding or perilous.

·         More than 500 cards featuring colorful anime style artwork – Players fight with a deck of six cards, which can be arranged from a pool of more than 500 eye-catching cards. As players level up, they also can enhance their cards using the game’s unique upgrade systems – merging, skill transfer, recontract and evolution.

·         Exciting Competition – Players can compete against each other in the Arena, or in Crystal of the Abyss, an exploration challenge where they compete to travel the longest distance. They also can help each other out when fighting the Core of Darkness or the boss devils.

Devil Maker combines the best of anime art style, role-playing card battle, and adventurous gameplay into one package,” said Martin Seo, CEO, Palmple. “With an immersive, extensive storyline and stimulating game content, this game is a ‘must play’ for mobile gaming, anime, and card battle fans alike.”

Devil Maker: Tokyo is available for free from the App Store and the Google Play. For the latest updates on the game , fans can follow the game on Palmple’s official Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

About Palmple

Palmple is a mobile game company that provides overall service from development to publishing. The company belongs to SG Group and is an affiliate of SmileGate, who owns and operates SG Interactive for the North American market. Palmple launched its first mobile game, Devil Maker: Tokyo for the Korean market in March 2013. More information can be found at http://www.palmple.com/corp/Palmple_en.htm.

About SG Interactive

SG Interactive is a leading publisher of high-quality free-to-play online games. Founded in 2006 in Irvine, Calif., SG Interactive’s mission is to create a videogaming experience focused on engaging gameplay, player accessibility and optimized game support for the growing online community. As the official U.S. publishing arm of SmileGate, SG Interactive provides an eclectic and ever-expanding catalogue of gaming experiences, including the popular MMO first-person shooters, CrossFire, CrossFire: Europe and Project Blackout, the addictive action brawler, Grand Chase, and the anime-inspired casual golf game, Pangya. With goals set on publishing quality free-to-play games to current and next-generation platforms, SG Interactive is dedicated to driving innovation to the MMO market through its proprietary online gaming portal, http://gamerage.com.

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