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2004.03
Established Mobile Broadcasting K.K. in Minato-ku, Tokyo for the purpose of planning and developing mobile content
2004.06
Transferred headquarters to Meguro-ku, Tokyo
2004.12
Changed company name to mobcast inc.
Launched “100 Yen Tengoku,” a mobile gaming site on the EZ Appli platform operated by KDDI Corporation
2005.05
Began providing video content for PC
2005.06
Launched “-mobGame- exclusively for mobile phones,” a mobile gaming site for the i-appli services provided by NTT DOCOMO Inc.
2005.07
Launched “-mobGame- exclusively for mobile phones,” a mobile gaming site for the V-appli services (currently “S! Appli”) provided by Vodafone K.K. (currently SoftBank Mobile Corp.)
2005.08
Launched official game content for United States mobile carriers
2005.10
Launched official game content in partnership with Net Village Co., Ltd. (currently fonfun corporation), for Chinese mobile carriers
2006.07
Launched RPG app game “Eleon Knight”
2007.06
Launched “Nippon TV × GAME” in collaboration with Nippon Television Network and Forecast Communications Inc.
2009.02
Adapted mobile game “Saru Saru 3” for Nintendo DS
2009.12
Began specializing in planning and developing game content
2010.02
Launched mobile entertainment platform “mobcast (formerly gemuppa)”
Launched social game “Websoccer”
2010.12
Launched social game “Mobapro”
2010.12
Transferred headquarters to Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
2011.03
“mobcast” members exceed 1 million
2011.04
Launched smartphone-compatible (iPhone, Android) version of “mobcast”
2011.10
Launched social game “MobaDerby”
2011.12
“mobcast” members exceed 2 million
2012.06
Listed on the Mothers market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (Stock Code: 3664)
2012.07
Launched social game “Mobasoccer”
2012.09
“mobcast” members exceed 2.5 million
2012.09
Launched social game “Majorpro”
2013.02
Transferred headquarters to Minato-ku, Tokyo
2013.03
“mobcast” members exceed 3 million
2013.07
“mobcast” members exceed 3.5 million
2013.10
Launched native app game “Dragon Spin” (Android version)
2013.10
Launched native app game “Gekito! Bokura no Puro Yakyu!” (Android version)
2013.10
Launched social game “Mobile Grand Prix”
2013.11
Launched native app game “Gekito! Bokura no Puro Yakyu!” (iPhone version)
2014.05
Launched battle simulation app game “Moba-Nobu” co-developed by Tecmo Koei Games Co., Ltd.
2014.09
“mobcast” members exceed 5 million
2014.12
Launched native app game “Dragon Spin Z” (Android version / iOS version)
2015.02
“mobcast” members exceed 5.5 million
2015.03
Launched native app game “18” (Android version / iOS version)
2015.07
Launched native app game “Bakusou! Monster Dash” (Android version / iOS version)
2016.09
Launched native app game “LUMINES PUZZLE&MUSIC” (Android version / iOS version)(Japan/Overseas)
2016.09
Launched native app game “LUMINES NEO” (Android version / iOS version)(Japan/Overseas)