Solomon Program closed beta test set for early November in Japan

Registration now available.

Konami has launched the official website for Solomon Program and is currently accepting applications for a month-long closed beta test that will be held in early November. Registration is available here.

Here is a brief overview of how to play the game, via the website:


Consider how to approach the enemy, whether to attack, and the monsters’ actions.

Solomon Program

Merge and Power-Up!

Power-up your monsters with processors obtained in battle.

Solomon Program

Deep Mining

Artificial intelligence getting stronger on its own?! Good things come to those who wait!

Solomon Program

Online Battles

Battle against hackers from around the world! Unleash special moves, too.

Solomon Program

Solomon Program is due out this winter in Japan.

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