Super Monko Studio has announced its Sagakure’s App for the iPad is now available on the App Store. Sagakure App is an anime style app that offers players clarify their love choices. Japanese artist Sagakure, has lent her skills to the latest version of the hit app, Love or Dump, developed by the London-based creative technology studio. The game is updated with new artwork, animations and characters in the style of Vampire Knights – the popular Japanese Manga and Anime series, giving it a darker theme whilst retaining the charm that characterised the original.
Sagakure’s Love or Dump has a clear aim: to help the player clarify which potential real-life love match is the right one to choose. Playing as a cute vampire character, they can rate their current beau against a new one. The questions, based on Barbara De Angelis’ One For Me, can be set up based on appearance, personality and romance. The app keeps a history of comparisons to see how they measure up, and even lets players post results to their Facebook page.
"Sagakure’s Love or Dump is a perfect blend of creativity, art and playfulness," said Mia Bennett, co-founder of Super Monko Studio. "We wanted to create an app that could answer important questions whilst being quirky and fun."
- Compatible with iPad
- Requires iPhone OS 3.2 or later
- 14.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Sagakure’s Love or Dump 1.0.1 is $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.