Huzzah! That’s the first thought that went through my head this morning after learning that Kairosoft had finally released Pocket Stables for Android. The long awaited horse racing game has finally arrived, and if you’re into horses or sims it’s game you’ll definitely want to check out.
Kairosoft finally dropped another Android game today and it goes by the name of Dream House Days. Yup, you can now build your own housing complex in true Kairosoft style!
We reported a few weeks back that Kairosoft was coming with a new game, and now it’s arrived renamed as The Pyraplex. It’s a much catchier name than Pyramid Kingdom Excavation, and more fitting considering you’re trying to build a shopping mall of sorts in ancient Egypt.
I’m not quite sure how this one got past me, but it looks like the fine folks at Kairosoft have released another Android game to whittle away all your free time called Oh!Edo Towns.
It’s always a good day whenever Kairosoft drops a new Android Game, but today is a great day as they’ve just released Kairobotica. It not only has the coolest name out of all their games, but it’s also shaping up to be the best of the bunch as well.
Kairosoft is on a roll of late as they released Pocket Clothier earlier this week and then dropped another game with the Japanese version of Highway Seafood Sushi. We’re sure this won’t be the English title of the game, but it will be all about running a sushi restaurant.
I didn’t think this was coming until tomorrow, but it looks like Kairosoft has just dropped their next Android game called Pocket Clothier. We’ve built game, setup town, explored space, and now we’re going to sell clothes to the masses. You’re also going to lose some sleep so don’t say we didn’t warn ya’…
Kariosoft is the sneakiest (in a good way) company in gaming as they tend to drop games randomly without any warning. Watching for the Japanese versions is generally the best way to see what’s coming and this month two new Kairosoft titles have appeared in the market with Card Change and Shining Kairobot.
Growing up I hated school like damn near everyone else I knew, but now that I’m all growed up building a school might be fun. That “seems” to be the premise behind a new Kairosoft game that crept into existence last week. Two prestigious Academy of Pocket is the translated name of the new game, but iOS users already know it as Pocket Academy.
I’m pretty groggy this morning, and there’s a good reason for it as the folks at Kairosoft unleashed Cafeteria Nipponica for Android late last night. Yes, you now get to run a cafeteria in true Kairosoft style, and as you might expect it’s quite a bit of fun.
Drum roll please… Today is an awesome for Kairosoft fans as we finally got another game and it’s a doozy. Dungeon Village is the latest game from the mysterious Kairosoft team, and it’s also the first game that leaves “Story” out of the title.
Just when I thought I was out… they pull me back in. No, I’m not quoting the Godfather with that line, I’m talking about Kairosoft and they’re slew of soul-sucking games. Right when I got into the swing of things with Epic Astro Story they go and release yet another game. This time it’s called Mega Mall Story, and if you hadn’t guessed you’re going to be running a mall this time around…
It turned out to be a good weekend for Android games as another game people have been waiting for has arrived with Kairosoft’s Epic Astro Story. I did a brief article on-site about the game a little while back, and now that Epic Astro Story has arrived we can see if the game is going to be as good as it looks.
Yesterday we mentioned Kairosoft had dropped two games into the market with World Cruise Story and another game that hasn’t been translated yet. I knew it had a space theme, and after digging around a bit it seems as if the new game will be Astro Expedition! Kairosofts games have taken us to some unlikely places, and soon we’ll get to blast off into outer space with Astro Expedition.
Today is a great day for Android gamers as Kariosoft has released not one, but two new Android games into the market. Only one game is in English, but if things follow the usual course the Japanese game will be translated into English within a month. Either way, fans should prepare themselves to lose a lot of free time with World Cruise Story.
Kariosoft has finally released the English version of Pocket League Story and I, for one, am excited. The mysterious game makers known as Kariosoft have become well known for their popular line of “Story” games. If you’ve ever played Game Dev Story or Grand Prix Story (sorry Hot Springs) you know their games are highly addictive, and like some sort of gaming-crack. Fans have been foaming at the mouth for an English version of Pocket League since July, and now the wait is over.