1) Kumamon's RC adventure continues, 2) A beautiful oasis in the middle of Tokyo, 3) Real working maglev shinkansen...toy, 4) Big-ass video to go with big-ass gallery from the Tokyo International Toy Show, 5) Crossy Road, one of six titles from the latest Commuter Gamer!
For your playing enjoyment: Evolving graphics, Frogger-like obstacle avoidance, philosophical conundrums, fighting motorcycle gangs, building new worlds, and tossing a can of whoop-ass on some post-apocalyptic bears - PLAY!
24 new listed smartphone game companies achieve net income twice as high as all top 8 traditional video game companies combined. Madd bank is being made, but not by the traditional players - not at all.
Meguro Gajoen offers some very interesting attractions, among which are: indoor traditional restaurant/tea ceremony rooms, gardens with gorgeous wooden painting fresque, a nice little pond, and a selection of restaurants that are featured in the Tokyo edition of the famous Michelin Guide!
Mouse Computer is now accepting orders of their new Windows Phone, complicatedly called the "MADOSMA Q501." It's a 5-inch non-SIM-locked smartphone running Windows Phone 8.1, coming in at ¥33,800 (~$272).
Thanko released two dorky sword-looking umbrellas. One's for getting your foldable ninja on, the other is probably much more at home in an episode of Game of Thrones - just in time for the J-rainy season!
Japanese hobby kit and RC car maker Tamiya has been chasing the Kumamon cash dragon for over a year now, and along with last December’s Kumamon tractor RC car (probably because Kumamoto = agriculture), an RC standard dune buggy has now entered the lineup.