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Graffity Announces Upcoming Kickstarter Campaign for New AR Game

Crowdfunding campaign begins December 18 for novel AR hero shooter game Leap Trigger, set to launch globally in 2021

TOKYO, Japan – December 11, 2020 – Augmented Reality gaming studio Graffity announced upcoming plans for its Kickstarter campaign to fund the development of its novel AR hero shooter game, Leap Trigger. Graffity has already established a successful track record in developing AR shooting games. Leap Trigger combines PvP with monsters and turns your home into a battlefield. Starting December 18, the campaign aims to raise $7500 USD (750,000JPY) to produce new heroes and monsters in the upcoming game, which is targeted to launch globally for iOS and Android AR-supported devices in 2021.
Learn more about the project’s goals and watch the campaign’s Kickstarter video, here:

Leap Trigger is a free-to-play AR hero shooter that allows you to become a champion and fight alongside mystical and man-made “buddies”. You can gain unique abilities, use your body to avoid the opponent’s bullets, and hit the opponent with “Ultimate Skills” from advantageous positions. Buddies that support battles also have unique abilities. Combine three buddies and fight to the end. Expand your battlefield at home, in the park or at school and show ‘em what you’re made of!
Successfully meeting the Kickstarter target will enable Graffity to immediately continue working on the game, which has already been in development since earlier this year. Should the campaign exceed its fundraising target for this Kickstarter campaign, Graffity will begin to offer further rewards to backers.
Learn more about Leap Trigger and follow the crowdfunding campaign here:

About Graffity Inc.
Graffity Inc. is a Tokyo-based augmented reality game company founded in 2017 with the mission of “Play AR Play Real”, which means to change communication through AR entertainment. The company is tenured in AR development, having launched four AR communication apps in two years, including the world’s first AR battle, Pechabato, which achieved 160K downloads organically. Graffity has raised $2.7 million from investors, and is currently developing a new AR hero shooter game called Leap Trigger that will make AR gaming even more fun and engaging. For more information, visit https://graffity.jp/en.