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Godzilla Takes on the Mobile Game World

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Three free-to-play Godzilla mobile games have been released.

TOHO Games, the game division of Toho Co., Ltd., has announced the worldwide release of three free-to-play Godzilla mobile games: "Run Godzilla," "Godzilla Destruction" and "Godzilla Battle Line." "Run Godzilla" has been released worldwide (excluding Japan). The pre-registration campaigns for "Godzilla Destruction" and "Godzilla Battle Line" began on March 25. Key visuals and a promo video have been unveiled.

"Toho has been deeply involved with the production process for all three games since the early planning stages," says Keiji Ota, director and chief Godzilla officer, Toho Co., Ltd. "All the staff involved in the project have worked together to keep alive the spirit of the Godzilla series while also creating a 'new Godzilla' specially for the mobile game world. Whether you play on your way to work or school or during your time off, we hope these games will help you feel closer to Godzilla in your everyday life."

"The Godzilla universe is beloved by people all over the world, regardless of age or nationality," says Ota. "For all of Godzilla's fans, we at Toho will continue to venture into new territory to build and expand the Godzilla universe. Stand by for even more destruction. The year 2021 will see the broadcast of the anime TV series 'Godzilla Singular Point' and the release of the movie 'Godzilla vs. Kong.' Among all the excitement, the Godzilla brand is taking another major, monster-sized step forward by releasing three new mobile games worldwide."

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