China-based games publisher and developer, Shanda Games, recently revealed its new anime-style mobile game, Moonless God (loosely translated). The company previously developed Bloodline: The Last Royal Vampire, which achieved good domestic and overseas results. This weekend, Shanda Games will be previewing Moonless God at the annual Firefly ACG Expo in Guangzhou, China.
It would be a big event, as Shanda Games hired Hitoshi Sakimoto, the music composer for several Final Fantasy and Square Enix games, to be present at the weekend event for signing and performance events. Of course, he is also the music composer for Moonless God. Several popular cosplayers will also be at the event stage promoting the game, although there is currently no launch schedule.
Shanda Games did not go into details about Moonless God’s gameplay systems and features, but from initial screenshots and promotional images, it is most probably a character card collection turn-based RPG, with a core focus on anime-style female characters (or stylized gods). There is also an intimacy function between the players and each of the characters. Stay tuned for more information!