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FREE CELL BATTLE KING
The new 3-player version of the card game "FreeCell" is now available!
Chain attacks have a 'combo bonus', speed clearing and 'time bonus'.
Two bonuses are the key to victory
Use your original 'combos' to win! ！
Plenty of hidden mode? ！
What happens when an Angel or Devil appears? ！
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PACHINKO LUCKY-CLUNE X
iTune Store Free Games No.1!
（6 October 2012）
iTune Store Free Games No.4!
（7 October 2012）
'PACHINKO LUCKY-CLUNE X' is a'one-shot'machine with original elements such as a continuous-chan function. This is a hand-operated pachinko machine.
If the ball enters the hole at the front of the crank, the jackpot is awarded and the lower attacker is opened to allow up to 99 balls to enter.
Fierce one-shot reversal!
Tulips on left and right will open when a ball enters into the attacker. Target on Tulips to obtain more and more balls out efficiently.
New impression of more balls out.
It is to be consecutive jackpot if the jackpot is obtained again on jackpot time. The counter of attacker is reset and at most 99 balls may enter for one more time.
How many could you get? Jackpot Rush!
Clune will appear larger image when it is touched and it will be return if it is touched again.
PACHINKO LUCKY-CLUNE X
iTune Store Casino games No. 1!
iTune Store シミュレションゲーム 第２位！
iTune Store Free Games No.11
iTune Store Free apps No. 28
（18 September 2012）
PACHINKO 9-EAGLE X" is new project of the hand beat type pachinko application game which is inspired from 'HANEMONO DAI'. This is a hand-operated pachinko machine.
For one 'Jackpot', the wings open 18 times every round and it lasts 9 rounds at most that balls enter unlimited.
At the last round, when the wings open for the 18th time,'Jackpot' is obtained one more time if the ball enters into the'V zone'.
Please enjoy the new pleasure of the hand beat type pachinko 'HANEMONO DAI'.
HANAFUDA HANAAWASE III
The history of Hanafuda is said that 'Tensho Karuta' in the Azuchi-Momoyama period in Japan, 'Unsun Karuta' in the first half of the Edo period, and the Hanafuda we use today were created in the middle of the Edo period.