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Japanime Games and Dyskami Publishing Join Forces on Sailor Moon Crystal Games

Japanime Games and Dyskami Publishing are joining forces to bring you some more games based on the fan-favorite anime, Sailor Moon Crystal. The two are partnering up on a distribution deal, with new games making their way to you the rest of this year and into 2020.

From the announcement:

Japanime Games announced today that it has entered into a distribution partnership with Dyskami Publishing Company for their line of tabletop board games themed around Toei Animation Inc.’s popular Japanese animation series, Sailor Moon Crystal. Based on Naoko Takeuchi’s legendary manga series, Sailor Moon Crystal retells the story of Sailor Moon and her team of Pretty Guardians as they battle to stop evil forces from spreading their darkness across the Earth.

“We are delighted to partner with such a well-respected company as Japanime Games to help bring our line of Sailor Moon Crystal board and dice games to a much wider audience,” said Dyskami Publishing Company President, Mark MacKinnon. “Working with the Japanime Games team will allow us to focus more on the creation of great new Sailor Moon Crystal games, while simultaneously offering enhanced customer service and communication. Everyone wins with this partnership.”

“We are excited to join forces with Dyskami to bring these great titles to our fans,” said Japanime Games President, Eric Price. “Dyskami has done an excellent job of creating games that will appeal to Sailor Moon Crystal fans and Japanime fans alike. We will be soliciting to our distribution partners very soon, with an expected retail release in early summer 2019.”

This year will see the release of two new Sailor Moon Crystal tabletop products: the Season 3 expansion for the dice battle game, Sailor Moon Crystal Dice Challenge, plus their new tile-passing game of deception and misdirection, Sailor Moon Crystal Truth or Bluff. Additional games in the Sailor Moon Crystal line are under development for release later in 2019 and throughout 2020.

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