dooub Releases the First Indie Rock Music Game, Guckkasten SHAKE!

- New Tutorial Mode for beginners
- Introduction of new ‘Card Insert System’
- World’s first rhythm action game utilizing Korean indie band

Global online contents provider, dooub has released the fifth series of MUSICIAN SHAKE PROJECT, the Guckkasten SHAKE. After gathering great amount of suggestions and constructive criticisms, the Guckkasten SHAKE will feature new functions that are not reflected on previous SHAKE series yet: New Tutorial Mode and a brand new Insert Card System. With these new contents, gamers now have multiple options to enjoy the Guckkasten SHAKE.

The Tutorial Mode will guide the beginners how to enjoy the game and lead them to get accustomed to the system. Also, the new Insert Card System enables users to unlock new songs using the cards given through playing the game. dooub hopes these fresh contents will provide users with different elements of fun.
Guckkasten SHAKE, of course, includes all existing contents such as ‘TAP MODE’ and ‘SHAKE MODE’ so users who like the current SHAKE series will be able to keep enjoying the game. In ‘MAKE NOTE’ mode, users can still create their own notes.

From a musical standpoint, dooub has been trying to comprehend the variety of music genres from K-pop to indie rock, and as a result, Guckkasten SHAKE has become the world’s first rhythm action game featuring a Korean indie rock band.

Guckkasten, which means a kaleidoscope in German, was well known band in indie rock scene but became amazingly popular after winning the ‘New Artist of the Year’ and the “Best Rock Song of the Year” by Korean Music Awards in 2010. Gamers can experience the powerful voice and the emotional sound of Guckkasten while playing Guckkasten SHAKE, and this will be an enormous merit for rock music fans.

MUSICIAN SHAKE SERIES, launched by dooub has already revitalized the mobile game market, amassing over 2 million users around the world. Super junior SHAKE won the “Best Mobile Game of the Year 2011”’ for the first time in Asia by world famous website Mashable, beating out extremely popular games like Angry Birds.