Appirits, the Japanese game developer and publisher recently has announced their teaming up with the payment service provider Rixty to launch Rixty payment for their free-to-play browser-based card & sim game Shikihime Garden since May 27th 2014.



Rixty is a well-known payment platform that allows users to load up a Rixty card and use it online for purchases. Rixty gives an easy way to spend cash and coins online without having to use a credit card.

Many MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online) game publishers already used the Rixty system to allow their users who lack credit cards to pay for content using cash and coins. Users can add to their online Rixty accounts by converting their cash at 10,000 Coinstar kiosk locations in the US, or by purchasing Rixty prepaid cards at 500,000 store locations worldwide.

Rixty currently distributes prepaid cards in local currency throughout the US, Canada, Mexico and Brazil. Stores are searchable via an online locator to make finding a Rixty point-of-sale location quick and hassle-free. Learn more at http://www.rixty.com.

Rixty also announced their Summer promotion to celebrate the World Cup event held in Brazil, where Rixty maintains its South American headquarters, that by spending with Rixty in Shikihime Garden, players will receive an entry to enter the worldwide sweepstakes to win a $500 Rixty code.



In addition, Appirits announced a Big Update for upcoming weeks in Shikihime Garden as well. The update includes Skill system for Shikihime cards, new Shikihime races, unique Farming features. More hints can be found on the official announcement.

Released this March, Shikihime Garden has started to draw much attention from players who are interested in Chibi-style web games from Japan. The game may be seen as a RPG Farmville edition made by Japanese combined with traditional card combat gameplay. The game requires players to battle against numerous enemies to collect new cards (called Shikihime, i.e. magic princess) and items which later can be used as decorations in their small but cute gardens.

With a solid community expanding gradually and more updates promised to come in the upcoming days, Shikihime Garden is showing its potential in attracting players who enjoy a brand new mix of card-based elements and Farmville-styled games. Shikihime Garden is available for Free-to-Play on most popular browsers nowadays at http://skgen.aprts-games.com

Key features:
* Lovely Shikihime staying, playing, eating and… sleeping in the garden for real
* Abundant of beautiful items to decorate the garden
* A variety of collectible charming Shikihime and hideous monster cards built with well balance for building decks
* Unique combination modes to craft more powerful and rare cards
* Extremely difficult boss battles for encouraging team cooperation
* Multi-level quests suited for all players to get valuable loots and reach new battlefields
* No booster packs! Obtain powerful cards through time, patience, and luck!
* Free-to-play, no downloaded needed!
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shikihime.garden.en
Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bs4fNXJckNQ

About Appirits:
Appirits (formerly known as KBMJ) is a corporation specialized in developing Internet systems and services. Appirits has participated in the web game market since 2010 and is creating many new games with nearly 11 years of experience in the web industry.
Website: http://www.appirits.com/en/

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