Furdiburb®, the Virtual Pet Game, Gets Japanese Localization and Several Improvements in Update Version 1.1 - Now Available in the Google Play Store

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An independently developed game, Furdiburb®, is a mixture of virtual pet, adventures, and puzzles. It is free-to-play, family-friendly, and available for Android™ devices, NOOK Family of Devices by Barnes & Noble, and Amazon devices; for more details, please check out the company site at http://www.Sheado.net/pet.

Furdiburb, the virtual pet

Furdiburb, the virtual pet, hangs out in front of his ice cave house.

We took special care to make sure that the Japanese localization include cultural as well as language translation.

Furdiburb®, the virtual pet, has a new update available in the Google Play Store. After a vacation on Earth, Furdiburb's parents accidentally leave their baby alien egg behind. Players adopt their pet by feeding and caring for him while solving puzzles and playing mini-games in order to fix up a broken spaceship to return him home. Customizations are plentiful in this game as players can mutate their pet for different looks, decorate with different houses and furniture.

In this game, the background is constantly changing and the scene never looks exactly the same. The sun and moon travel across the sky based on real time. Plants that grow squirrles? Alien poop that looks like Neapolitan ice cream? Fans are delighted with their virtual pet's wacky world.

This update includes:

  • Japanese localization
  • Newly designed dialogue boxes for an easier shopping experience
  • New Mutations
  • Ice Crystal Cave, Lincoln Log House, and furniture
  • Bug Fixes, including:

        - Items placed in The Factory can now be removed

"The windows are lazer-themed, which are a better fit for Furdiburb's universe," explained Alice Lo, co-developer and composer. "And because we overhauled the design, we were able to add in a feature that allows users to buy multiples of one item. Players will be pleased with this addition because they have been asking for this feature."

"We took special care to make sure that the Japanese localization include cultural as well as language translation," remarked Chad Ata, lead developer. "We think we've been able to preserve the sense of humor within the dialogs, and hopefully the Japanese will find it entertaining as much as our English-speaking fans do."

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