NIKITA ONLINE Launches The Panic Room: Outrage in Japan

08.11.2013
8th of November 2013, Moscow. — NIKITA ONLINE in partnership with 101XP presents its popular own-developed cross-platform title The Panic Room: Outrage on the largest Japanese social games platform Yahoo! Mobage.
The Panic Room: Outrage, well-acclaimed social and mobile game by Rostov-on-Don-based Studio 61, is now available for users of the popular Japanese social networking and gaming website Yahoo! Mobage (http://yahoo-mbga.jp/game/12013756). As a result, more than 10 mln Japanese gamers will be able to enjoy this popular hidden object game (HOG) on their native language.

The Panic Room: Outrage sets its player with a goal of finding various items carefully hidden in the virtual environment. Though the game is markedly dissimilar to its genre counterparts due to the thrilling plot reminding that of a real suspense movie. While working on the game’s scenario, the developers made a good use of the filmmakers’ expertise. Amazing instrumental music adds to the intense atmosphere.

“With its release on the App Store, The Panic Room: Outrage, already translated into five languages, became available in more than fifty countries,” says NIKITA ONLINE’s Public Relations Manager Pavel Elchenko. “Our game’s international success lays testament to the fact that regardless of their cultural peculiarities gamers equally appreciate interesting plot, high-quality visuals and addictive gameplay. I’m sure that these virtues are recognized even in such a unique country as Japan.”

As of today, The Panic Room: Outrage has won more than 4.3 mln-strong audience on the biggest Russian (Vkontakte, Odnoklassniki, My World), Polish (Nasza Klasa) and Latvian (Draugiem) social networks. This number is likely to increase after the game’s launch in Japan.

The Panic Room: Outrage (https://itunes.apple.com/en/app/id603432379) is also available for Apple iPad users worldwide. The game has already been rated among the top 3 titles in Puzzle and Adventure charts of the Russian App Store.


NIKITA ONLINE was founded in 1991 and became the first game company in Russia. It has two offices — in Moscow and Rostov-on-Don. Currently NIKITA ONLINE operates in Russia, CIS and the Baltic states with 19 titles: 4Story, Asda Story 2, Divine Souls, Dragon Knight, Avatarika, Karos Online, King of Kings 3, Rappelz, World of Dragons, Sphere, Sphere: Reborn, Dragona Online and browser-based I, the Feudal Lord, Lost Magic, FUBAR, The Panic Room: Outrage, The Kingdom, Ceiron Wars and Reborn Horizon. The company has developed more than 100 titles and localized more than 50. Today there are more than 11 million unique users registered in NIKITA ONLINE’s projects. For more information, please, head to www.nikitaonline.ru.

Studio 61, founded in 1997, is one of the leading Russian computer games developers. Its portfolio includes titles like The Sixth Dimension, Fly Hard, the first Russian client-based MMORPG Sphere, the life simulator Avatarika, The Panic Room: Outrage etc. Studio 61 based in Rostov-on-Don is a part of NIKITA ONLINE. For more information, please, head to www.61studio.ru.

101XP is a fast-growing publisher and operator of top quality social games on the largest Russian and international social networking sites. The company's key titles include Car Town, Gourmet Ranch, It Girl and World of Zombies. Wi th games being operated across up to 8 platforms and 9 languages, played by millions of users in Russia, Poland and Western Europe, 101XP is strongly focused on providing the best possible live service to its players. For more information, please, head to www.101xp.com.

Yahoo! Mobage is the most popular Japan social networking and gaming platform, founded in 2010 by DeNA and Yahoo! Japan companies. Yahoo! Mobage network unites more than 10 million active users. For more information, please, head to www.yahoo-mbga.jp.

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