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Miku Flick iOS Rhythm Game's Promo Posted

posted on 2012-03-07 09:00 EST by Jennifer Sherman
Hatsune Miku app has player tapping out lyrics in sync with music

Japanese game developer Sega began streaming a promotional video for the Miku Flick iOS rhythm game on Wednesday. The 189-second video features "Koisuru Voc@loid" (Vocaloid in Love), the game's opening song by Vocaloid music artist Oster Project.

In the app, not only does the player have to tap in sync with the music, but also "flick" across Japanese characters to spell out the lyrics. Miku Flick has more than one difficulty modes for beginners to experienced players.

People can try the game out in person with six songs, including "Koisuru Voc@loid," at a special event at Sega Tokyo Dome City on March 8 and 9. Visitors will receive a special sticker flyer for free. (Not coincidentally, "March 9" can be pronounced in Japanese as a wordplay on "Miku," and March 8-9 are the same days that Sega and MAGES. are co-sponsoring the combined "Miku no Hi Dai-Kanshasai" concerts.)

The single-player game will cost 1,200 yen (about US$15) in Apple's App Store in Japan. Miku Flick will be available for the iPhone and other iOS devices on March 9.

[Via Hachima Kikō]


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