Kuuhubb Announces Successful Soft Launch of New Mobile Game Dancing Diaries
February 14, 2019
Toronto, Canada – February 14, 2019 - Kuuhubb Inc. (“Kuuhubb” or the “Company”) (TSXV: KUU), a technology company focused on acquiring, developing and distributing lifestyle and mobile game applications for women, is pleased to announce that it has soft-launched its new mobile game Dancing Diaries.
Dancing Diaries: A Match3 Story is a game that combines the popular Match 3 core gameplay with a dancing meta game. Players advance through an engaging story by completing immersive Match 3 puzzle levels while unlocking dance outfits and accessories and mastering their dance moves.
Players dress up for a romantic tango or a classy waltz, choosing their perfect hairstyle, makeup, and accessories. They create their ideal character, merge gems, win beautiful dresses, and master their moves, dancing Salsa, Jazz, Waltz, Quickstep, Street, Charleston, and many more styles!
Dancing Diaries has been in soft launch since early November 2018, showing more promising results with every iteration. The game is continuously being improved, based on data collected from thousands of early adopters in test territories (Canada, South Africa and Australia). Kuuhubb is aiming to have the game commercially launched before the end of Q1, 2019. The game is an excellent addition to Kuuhubb’s growing portfolio of mobile games and lifestyle apps tailored for women.
To learn more about Dancing Diaries: A Match3 Story visit http://dancingdiariesgame.com/
“We are very excited to be getting closer to a commercial launch for this promising title,” said Jouni Keränen, CEO of Kuuhubb: “This genre, where a core game mechanic is combined with a themed meta game has already proven incredibly popular. Early results from the soft launch of Dancing Diaries are very positive. We see true potential for scaling the success of the game worldwide and driving our planned growth in 2019 and beyond.”
“Exient is delighted to be partnering with Kuuhubb to craft Dancing Diaries, a puzzle game targeted at female gamers in line with Kuuhubb's overall strategy,” said Nick Harper, MD at Exient UK, Ltd.
A global leader in mobile game development, Exient has partnered with clients such as Rovio (Angry Birds Go, Angry Birds Transformers), Sony (Lemmings) and BBC Studios (Dancing With The Stars) to deliver emotionally engaging and entertaining mobile apps.