Tokyo City Nights

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Tokyo City Nights
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Title screen of the Java version
Developer(s) Gameloft Japan
Publisher(s) Gameloft
Platform(s) Keypad-based mobile phones
Wii (WiiWare)
  • JP: November 2008
Genre(s) Life simulation
Mode(s) Single-player

Tokyo City Nights is a life simulation video game developed by Gameloft Japan and published by Gameloft. It was released on November 4, 2008, in Japan for Wii (WiiWare) [1] and for keypad-based mobile phones on November 14, 2008. [2] It was Gameloft's first Japanese title. [2]


The game involves players looking for a job and social and romantic success in Tokyo, Japan. [1] It is part of Gameloft's Nights series, and unlike the rest of the series features a manga art style. [1]




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