Wright Flyer Studios has just announced that it will be shutting down the servers for AFTERLOST – Shometsu Toshi, its RPG for the Android and iOS platforms. The game first launched on 6 June 2019 and will be ending its service on 6 June 2019, meaning the game had run for about two years before meeting its demise.
As with the norm with server closures, sale of the in-game currency has been suspended, and any unused paid coins will be refunded to all players before the lights go out. It is important to note that the game will have to be updated to its latest version in order to apply for the refund.
このたび『AFTERLOST – 消滅都市』は、サービスの提供を終了させていただくはこびとなりました｡
— AFTERLOST – 消滅都市 【好評配信中！】 (@AFTERLOST_ja) April 30, 2021
To reiterate, AFTERLOST – Shometsu Toshi is a turn-based mobile RPG with the usual gacha elements. It has the same characters and storyline as Wright Flyer Studios’ first mobile game, “Everything in its Right Place”. Some other aspects such as the graphics and gameplay have improved tremendously compared to its predecessor.
The original game is a side-scrolling runner mobile game that tells the story of delivery man bumping into a mysterious young girl. They then set out on a journey together to solve the mystery of a city that suddenly vanished and also to search for the young girl’s missing father.