Minidom available now in Southeast Asia on Google Play

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June 22, 2015


Minidom, a free-to-play mobile strategic RPG, is now available in Southeast Asia. Known for their “Minis”, the game expands to a wider setting for gamers to experience this action-packed game unlike any other.

Minidom initially launched in Korea, and became one of the featured games in Google Play. Like any other game, improvements were made along the way and more players wanted to try the game out. It led to expanding in South East Asia to allow more players to enjoy this new game.

Build your legion of minis as you defend and conquer the world. Characters have a wide array of personalities, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. Every recruit will have a random assigned personality. This is one of the many unique features this game has to offer.

Newly registered users will be rewarded with exclusive in-game items. For more details about the launch, and to be updated with the latest events and other promotions through the official Facebook fan page:

As an added bonus, players can redeem 20 RUBIES by using this promo code until July 15, 2015:


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