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LEVEL-5 marks 25 years with special website and promotions

LEVEL-5, the renowned Japanese game developer, is ringing in its 25th anniversary with a special website that promises to delight fans and commemorate this significant milestone.

Established on October 28, 1998, the company has a rich history of creating beloved titles such as the Dark Cloud series, Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King, Professor Layton, and more. To mark this occasion, LEVEL-5 has lined up a series of exciting promotions. The 25th-anniversary website is offering 25 free commemorative illustration wallpapers that can be downloaded for PCs, smartphones, and tablets.

For creative fans, there’s an illustration submission giveaway running until November 12. Simply follow LEVEL-5 on Twitter and share your own LEVEL-5-related artwork with the hashtag “#レベルファイブ25周年” for a chance to win a set of nine exclusive LEVEL-5 25th-anniversary tin badges.

If retweeting is more your style, the retweet campaign giveaway runs until November 7. Follow LEVEL-5 on Twitter and retweet the designated tweet for a chance to receive a LEVEL-5 25th-anniversary pamphlet and a set of six original rubber keychains.

Excitingly, LEVEL-5 CEO Akihiro Hino has hinted at upcoming game release dates to be revealed in November, and the website will soon feature special messages from industry insiders along with an opportunity to order a commemorative original notebook. This 25th-anniversary celebration promises to be a treat for fans of LEVEL-5’s fantastic games.

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Ivana Kachurova

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