Gamania Digital Entertainment announced their newest free-to-play MMO game, Koihime Musou, a strategy-based browser title that comes from a Japanese IP based on the Chinese classic, Romance of the Three Kingdoms.

David Wong, COO of Gamania dropped some comments in the press release, saying...
“We’re very excited to be introducing Web Koihime Musou to our English beanfun! players, as it’s been our most successful browser game to date,”...“This success is partly due to the fact that Koihime has a strong fan-base worldwide, but it’s also because we put a lot of effort into ensuring that the strategy and base-building elements are extremely fun and addictive”.

The game itself consists of players having to gambol about and join forces with cute female warlords in order to unite the three kingdoms. Sounds ridiculous, eh? Well, it is based on a popular Japanese IP and oftentimes you expect that it's either going to involve samurais, young girls, young boys or a tentacle monster.

The game itself is played like a typical war-based strategy game. Players will fortify their bases, build up an army and more importantly, join forces with a barely dressed, buxom female warrior.

Koihime Musou is scheduled to launch this summer at a browser near you. Gamers interested in scoping out the assets for this title early can do so by signing up for the beta over at the Official Website.

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