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Unlight (アンライト~Unlight~) was a free-to-play collectible card battle and role-playing browser game developed by the Japanese company Techway. With multiple language versions including Japanese, Chinese (both traditional and simplified), Korean, French, Thai, and English, the game boasts a playership of two million across all platforms (Facebook, Niconico, Naver, Yahoo! Mobage, Mixi, and Koei Tecmo's myGAMECITY). It is the top engrossing Facebook game in Asia. In 2014, the game won gold in the foreign browser game category for the 2014 Game Star award at the . Set in a "medieval gothic" world, the player assumes the role of an automaton given life by a "Saint of Flame" to recover the memories of warriors who have died in another world.

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  • Unlight (アンライト~Unlight~) was a free-to-play collectible card battle and role-playing browser game developed by the Japanese company Techway. With multiple language versions including Japanese, Chinese (both traditional and simplified), Korean, French, Thai, and English, the game boasts a playership of two million across all platforms (Facebook, Niconico, Naver, Yahoo! Mobage, Mixi, and Koei Tecmo's myGAMECITY). It is the top engrossing Facebook game in Asia. In 2014, the game won gold in the foreign browser game category for the 2014 Game Star award at the . Set in a "medieval gothic" world, the player assumes the role of an automaton given life by a "Saint of Flame" to recover the memories of warriors who have died in another world.
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  • Unlight (アンライト~Unlight~) was a free-to-play collectible card battle and role-playing browser game developed by the Japanese company Techway. With multiple language versions including Japanese, Chinese (both traditional and simplified), Korean, French, Thai, and English, the game boasts a playership of two million across all platforms (Facebook, Niconico, Naver, Yahoo! Mobage, Mixi, and Koei Tecmo's myGAMECITY). It is the top engrossing Facebook game in Asia. In 2014, the game won gold in the foreign browser game category for the 2014 Game Star award at the . Set in a "medieval gothic" world, the player assumes the role of an automaton given life by a "Saint of Flame" to recover the memories of warriors who have died in another world. The international English version on Facebook, itself a merger of the French, Thai, and Asian (English) versions, closed on June 30, 2016. After releasing the mobile spinoff Unlight: SchizoChronicle, Techway announced the suspension of the original browser game - the Chinese versions were closed on September 7, 2017 while the Japanese version followed suit on October 18 the same year. The spinoff Unlight: SchizoChronicle closed a year later. In July 30, 2019, the source code of the original Unlight was released under an open-source license, allowing fan communities to run their own versions of the game.
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