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The Retro Racer Chibi Kart Drifts into OGPlanet for its Full Release | Web Game 360 image

The Retro Racer Chibi Kart Drifts into OGPlanet for its Full Release | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Chibi Kart is the MMO racer that brings players non-stop fun through unique game modes and skills.

Appirits added Karma Koin payment to its English game title Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 image

Appirits added Karma Koin payment to its English game title Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Appirits Inc. recently announced that they will begin to accept Karma Koin, a prepaid card solution provided by Nexon America, for in-game purchases in their latest English browser-based game title - Shikihime Garden. Available in denominations from $10 - $500, Karma Koin can be purchased at thousands stores in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand. The unique aspect of the payment service is that 1% of all purchases made with Karma Koin are donated to charity. Appirits believes that their collaboration with Nexon America and Karma Koin will give Shikihime Garden's players a new payment option to enhance their in-game experience. And most importantly, Shikihime Garden players will make a positive influence in the world while buying what they want.

Appirits introduced unique Pandemonium mode for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 image

Appirits introduced unique Pandemonium mode for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese game developer and publisher recently has released a unique play mode namely Pandemonium for their free-to-play browser-based card & simulation game Shikihime Garden since July 1st 2014. Shikihime Garden may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. girls using magic) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens. The good mix of card-based gameplay and simulation factors is what makes Shikihime Garden outstanding from other card games.

Dragon Pals Launches Spanish Language Version, Mundo De Dragones | Web Game 360 image

Dragon Pals Launches Spanish Language Version, Mundo De Dragones | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Global games publisher R2Games announced today that Mundo de Dragones - the Spanish-language version of its hit adventure RPG, Dragon Pals - will be going live in Open Beta on Tuesday, July 1st. With the addition of Spanish, the company now publishes titles in six different languages.

Big Update And Rixty System Coming To Shikihime Garden - MMOGames.com image

Big Update And Rixty System Coming To Shikihime Garden - MMOGames.com - Einherjar

Appirits announced today that they will be teaming up with Rixty to bring you Rixty Payments in Shikihime Garden. With this new payment model, players are able to load up their Rixty card and use it for online purchases. This way it’s easier for the payers to spend cash and coins online without owning or using a credit card.

Shikihime Garden|Miniature Garden x Shikihime Foster image

Shikihime Garden|Miniature Garden x Shikihime Foster - Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese developer and publisher has just announced a Big Update for 3 weeks in a row in Shikihime Garden, their latest English browser-based game title. A Skill system will be implemented to enhance the ability of your Shikihime! By using a Skill Book on a Shikihime card, you can let her learn a special skill that can be triggered in combat at a certain rate. For example, skill [Preemptive Strike] can let your Shikihime attack first and ignore Agility of the enemy. Moreover, a Shikihime can learn up to 2 skills at the same time, and most skills can be leveled up to give out better effects. Released this March, Shikihime Garden has started to draw much attention from players who are interested in Chibi-style web games from Japan. The game may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. magic princess) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens. With a solid community expanding gradually and more updates promised to come in the upcoming days, Shikihime Garden is showing its potential in attracting players who enjoy a brand new mix of card-based elements and Farmville-styled games.

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 image

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese game developer and publisher has introduced new cards and brand new Story mode for their unique card-based & simulation game Shikihime Garden since May 13th 2014. Released this March, Shikihime Garden has started to draw much attention from players who are interested in Chibi-style web games from Japan. The game may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. magic princess) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens.

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 image

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese game developer and publisher has introduced new cards and brand new Story mode for their unique card-based & simulation game Shikihime Garden since May 13th 2014. Released this March, Shikihime Garden has started to draw much attention from players who are interested in Chibi-style web games from Japan. The game may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. magic princess) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens.

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 image

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese game developer and publisher has introduced new cards and brand new Story mode for their unique card-based & simulation game Shikihime Garden since May 13th 2014. Released this March, Shikihime Garden has started to draw much attention from players who are interested in Chibi-style web games from Japan. The game may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. magic princess) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens.

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 image

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese game developer and publisher has introduced new cards and brand new Story mode for their unique card-based & simulation game Shikihime Garden since May 13th 2014. Released this March, Shikihime Garden has started to draw much attention from players who are interested in Chibi-style web games from Japan. The game may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. magic princess) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens.

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 image

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese game developer and publisher has introduced new cards and brand new Story mode for their unique card-based & simulation game Shikihime Garden since May 13th 2014. Released this March, Shikihime Garden has started to draw much attention from players who are interested in Chibi-style web games from Japan. The game may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. magic princess) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens.

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 image

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese game developer and publisher has introduced new cards and brand new Story mode for their unique card-based & simulation game Shikihime Garden since May 13th 2014. Released this March, Shikihime Garden has started to draw much attention from players who are interested in Chibi-style web games from Japan. The game may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. magic princess) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens.

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 image

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese game developer and publisher has introduced new cards and brand new Story mode for their unique card-based & simulation game Shikihime Garden since May 13th 2014. Released this March, Shikihime Garden has started to draw much attention from players who are interested in Chibi-style web games from Japan. The game may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. magic princess) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens.

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 image

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese game developer and publisher has introduced new cards and brand new Story mode for their unique card-based & simulation game Shikihime Garden since May 13th 2014. Released this March, Shikihime Garden has started to draw much attention from players who are interested in Chibi-style web games from Japan. The game may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. magic princess) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens.

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 image

Appirits introduced new cards, Story mode and other updates for Shikihime Garden | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese game developer and publisher has introduced new cards and brand new Story mode for their unique card-based & simulation game Shikihime Garden since May 13th 2014. Released this March, Shikihime Garden has started to draw much attention from players who are interested in Chibi-style web games from Japan. The game may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. magic princess) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens.

iPad Version of Hearthstone is now available | Web Game 360 image

iPad Version of Hearthstone is now available | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Blizzard Entertainment has announced that their free-to-play card game, Hearthstone, is now available on iPad, but only for Canada, Australia and New Zealand at the time of the announcement. Other regions will receive this highly hyped game soon.

Shikihime Garden (Review) | Web Game 360 image

Shikihime Garden (Review) | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Shikihime Garden is the Anime version of FarmVille except players are invited to beautify a large garden and see to the training of Shikihime.

Shikihime Garden (Review) | Web Game 360 image

Shikihime Garden (Review) | Web Game 360 - Einherjar

Shikihime Garden is the Anime version of FarmVille except players are invited to beautify a large garden and see to the training of Shikihime.

Brand New Game From Japan: Shikihime Garden | Rock, Paper, Shotgun image

Brand New Game From Japan: Shikihime Garden | Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Einherjar

The headline is a quote from the trailer for the recently translated Shikihime Garden, which isn’t a brand new game at all. However, since the English language version has just gone live, this is good a time to talk about it as any. It’s a free-to-play browser-based (or Book of Faces) game, which may well avoid certain free-to-play sins thanks to the absence of paid-for boosters. You can’t pay your way to the top and the game instead rewards skill and ‘patience’. The cynic in me is barking about the similarities between the patient man and a grindstone. As for the activities involved, they range from deck building and turn-based combat to gardening.

Brand New Game From Japan: Shikihime Garden | Rock, Paper, Shotgun image

Brand New Game From Japan: Shikihime Garden | Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Einherjar

The headline is a quote from the trailer for the recently translated Shikihime Garden, which isn’t a brand new game at all. However, since the English language version has just gone live, this is good a time to talk about it as any. It’s a free-to-play browser-based (or Book of Faces) game, which may well avoid certain free-to-play sins thanks to the absence of paid-for boosters. You can’t pay your way to the top and the game instead rewards skill and ‘patience’. The cynic in me is barking about the similarities between the patient man and a grindstone. As for the activities involved, they range from deck building and turn-based combat to gardening.