PRESS RELEASE: GungHo America’s Dokuro Greenlit for Steam

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

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GUNGHO ONLINE ENTERTAINMENT AMERICA’S ACTION-PUZZLER DOKURO GREENLIT FOR STEAM

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. – November 12, 2014 – GungHo Online Entertainment America (GOEA) is proud to announce that its zany side-scrolling puzzler, Dokuro, has received enough community support to be Greenlit on Steam. Currently available on the PlayStation┬«Vita handheld entertainment system and mobile devices (iOS and Android), Dokuro will also be released in the near future for Windows PC.

A recipient of industry awards, including IGN’s Best PS Vita Puzzle Games of 2012 and Just Push Start’s Original Game of the Year for 2012, Dokuro is an eccentric action-puzzler that enables players to manipulate the game’s environment, transforming its diminutive protagonist between two forms – a nimble skeleton and a dashing prince – to solve a variety of puzzles in order to help an innocent princess escape the Dark Lord’s fortress. With nearly 150 levels of escalating complexity and difficulty – including puzzles, traps, spiked pits and boss battles – Dokuro challenges even the most seasoned puzzle and platform gaming veterans.

To check out Dokuro’s Steam page, visit:

www.steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=323668796.

To download the game on its current platforms, click: PlayStation Vita, iTunes, and Google Play.

For information on GungHo Online Entertainment America, visit www.gunghoonline.com.

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