ENDROLL today (11th August) opens the pre-registration for its upcoming AR smartphone game “Micro Vibration of Galapagos” (ガラパゴスの微振動). The game is expected to launch in late August to mid-Sepember with a price of JPY$3,980. Players who pre-register the game via the official website can enjoy a discounted price of JPY$2,980.
In 2005, it was the time when the postal service was privatized and the drama “Nobuta wo Produce” (野ブタ。をプロデュース) became a hit in Japan.
Isobe, a third-year high school student, was updating his diary in one corner of the classroom without being excited about his last Cultural Festival.
“No one in this class can understand the music and manga I like.”
In 2020, The Tokyo Olympics are postponed and people are confused by the unprecedented situations.
Isobe, now 33-year-old, is jealous of his classmates’ success and is updating a blog on his bed.
“When and where did I go wrong …”
This is the story that you travel time from 2020 to make yourself a hero in 2005.
A mysterious organization “Butterfly Rescue”, provides you a special app that enables you to hack your smartphone back in 2005.
“I want you to cut your homepage, your friends’ email, and compile your past without being exposed to him,” the organization commanded.
The given time is 7 days.
Only you can change his rough present by changing the past.
“Micro Vibration of Galapagos” is an experiential game project, which utilizes the AR technology to create a story that connects the virtual world to reality.
In the game, players will play as the protagonist, Makoto Isobe, who travels from 2020 to 2005 to change the past under the instruction of a mysterious organisation “Butterfly Rescue.” The file and information from the past will be shown like hologram. You also have to search different locations in order to find important clues.