GungHo Online Entertainment announces digital card game Chrono Ma:Gia for smartphones

Several popular illustrators participating.

Chrono Magia

Gungho Online Entertainment has announced Chrono Ma:Gia, a new digital card game for iOS and Android produced by Daisuke Yamamoto. It will launch this spring in Japan.

Chrono Ma:Gia is a digital card game where players build a deck from the cards they collect, and battle using monster and magic cards. Players will be able to battle each other all over the world. While the game itself is highly strategic, it is also simple enough for anyone to play. A tutorial and single-player mode will also be included.

The game’s development staff includes:

  • Executive Producer: Kazuki Morishita
  • Producer: Daisuke Yamamoto
  • Director: Shinichi Kudou
  • Composer: Yuzo Koshiro
  • App Development: Insel
  • Server Development: Pocket Idea

Several illustrators are participating in the creation of cards, including NINNIN, Shinnosuke Hino, Rare Engine, Youichi Itou, Erajima, Takahiro Aratani, Miho Midorikawa, Ittoku, Shishizaru, Hideaki Takamura, and Yousuke Adachi.

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