Sony Releases Initial Game for Mobile Devices

Sony Releases Initial Game for Mobile Devices
After Nintendo began to explore mobile games, this time it's Sony's turn to do the same. The Japanese company reportedly just released the inaugural game for mobile devices.

Quoted from Polygon, to start his debut on mobile devices, Sony chose a game titled Everybody's Golf. This game is one of the old series that had first glided twenty years ago.

But now, this game is only available for Android and iOS users in Japan. In its development, this game is done by Sony's internal division, ForwardWorks.

To make it fit with the smartphone screen, Sony has designed a special mechanism. According to General Producer ForwardWorks, Tomohiro Kawaguchi, this mechanism will make it easier for users to play.

"I am developing a new golf ball in this game, so players can enjoy it on the smartphone screen, including playing this game with one hand," he said.

The typical information of golf games, such as wind speed, ball location, including wind direction are also included in this game. Players can also customize their characters.

According to the plan, ForwardWorks will launch around four to five mobile games in Japan until March 2018. But it is not certain whether Sony will bring the game to other countries.