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Keiji Inafune's 'The Island of Dr. Momo' is out now


6:30 PM on 12.27.2011
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Anyone who has been following Keiji Inafune since his departure from Capcom a year ago will know that his new company, Comcept, has been working on several new titles including a cute little iOS and Android game called The Island of Dr. Momo

Comcept has now launched The Island of Dr. Momo on Android in Japan, making it the studios' first official title to be released, with the iOS version expected soon. This free-to-play game sees players in the shoes of a mad scientist named Dr. Momo whose main objective is to combine animals within the game's world to create the cutest damn thing possible.

An interesting aspect of the game is the ability to then trade those cute little things with others to increase your collection. Everywhere you look, cuteness!

Inafune's 'The Island of Dr. Momo' launches via GREE [Joystiq]








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