Thingsflow, a subsidiary of Krafton, won the grand prize for “Entertainment App of the Year” for its optional story game “Story Play” at Google Play’s “Best of 2021 Awards”. Story Play, launched by Thingsflow in May 2021, is an interactive, chat-style story service in which users become the protagonists of the story and create a story.
User can change the end of the story by choosing at decision time and can select multiple endings. In addition, the user can enjoy not only original works, but also works based on web novels and webtoons. The popular web novels based on the Naver series, “Golden Spirit: Joseon Marriage Prohibition” and “The Team Leader Tired of the Honeymooners,” as well as the original works “National Couples Challenge” and “Punishment of Idols for School Abuse »Get good responses from users.
Year round entertainment award
Google Play’s “Best Apps and Games of the Year in 2021” is an award ceremony that selects the apps and games that have received a lot of attention and love from users over the course of the year. year on Google Play and select them by category. The “Entertainment App of the Year” grand prize, awarded to Story Play of Thingsflow, is awarded to apps that have made the daily lives of many users enjoyable and useful throughout the year. Story Play was also selected as a finalist for “Popular App of the Year”.
Thingsflow CEO Lee Su-ji said, “It is even more significant that ‘Story Play’ was selected as ‘Entertainment App of the Year’ because it is a participatory service in which users create their own stories. We will provide more interactive content to global users.
Thingsflow is a content and AI startup created in June 2017 and has developed “HelloBot”, a messaging service dedicated to AI chatbots used by more than 4 million people in total. Korean video game startup Krafton, the creator of popular PUBG games, acquired Thingsflow in June 2021. It operates the global messaging couple “Between” and launched Story Play as a new service based on its know-how in the field. operation of chat content services.
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