Japan is looking to have mobile games available in the country in the near future.

The country is considering a new law to allow developers to make games for smartphones in 2020.

A source told Bloomberg the government wants to allow the mobile gaming industry to start in 2020, with a goal of launching a full-fledged smartphone game platform by 2021.

“The country has been struggling to create a new industry in the mobile space and it’s looking to be one of the first to launch a mobile game business, said Kazuhisa Uchida, president of Tokyo-based mobile gaming company, Aksys Games.”

I think we have a good chance of making it happen in 2020,” Uchido said in an interview.

Aksy Games, which has more than 5,000 employees in Japan, has a mobile platform that allows users to play games for free.

A game with an Android-based app and the option to pay for the game is available.

The game features a wide range of characters, from robots to a giant dog and a dog named Baku.

The platform also allows players to create their own custom games.

“It’s not a new thing. “

People are also working on virtual reality headsets for virtual reality,” he said.

“It’s not a new thing.

People are starting to develop virtual reality for gaming.”