Tahadi Games launches its first Fashion Social Game Stylista in the Arab region today

17 Dec, 2012

Tahadi Games, a leading Arabic free to play online games publisher, has announced the launch of Stylista, its first Fashion Social Game on Facebook today.

With client based MMOs like Runes of Might, Arabic Ragnarok Online and Point of Blank, Tahadi Games is taking a new direction with Stylista focusing on the Arabic female audience in particular.

“We are excited to cooperate with developer Sandbox Global to launch Stylista in this emerging region. We believe that female casual gamers did not get the proper attention in the past years though 1/3 of all Facebook users in the Middle East are females”, says Howard Lee, CEO of Tahadi Games. “To change that Stylista will be available in English first but we are planning to translate and launch an Arabic version of the game in the near future.”

In Stylista players can create their own and individual character to start the fashion challenge. In many different missions around the world, girls can look forward to travel to New York, London, Paris and many more to fulfill their virtual shopping needs in the hottest boutiques. Players can decorate their own cozy home to store all purchases and to recover from all the shopping exertions. The game also features a picture option for all Stylistas to take photos of their character and home to share them with friends or to submit them for rating by other players. And last but not least, as common in social games, players can invite and visit friends and have the possibility to send gifts.

With the launch of Stylista, Tahadi Games is running 2 events: everyone who creates a character until 6th January 2013, will receive an exclusive Fashion in-game and 50 Stylista Cash. In the Like and Share Facebook event players can win additional premium cash for liking and sharing the page.

More information on Stylista can be found at: /www.facebook.com/StylistaMena and on www.tahadi.com/stylista.

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  1. Shadi Halloun  |  December 18th, 2012 at 2:29 PM #

    Great idea,just I don’t think this will work in such an early stage… The online Arab world is still in the beginning of its rise, so I’m not sure this will work now. Anyway, good luck:)

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