News K-ON! Miracle Session Mobile Game Attracts 300,000+
posted on 2011-12-23 14:20 EST
Enterbrain's Famitsu news source reported on Wednesday that more than 300,000 people have registered for the K-ON! Miracle Session social simulation game for Japanese cell phones. Mobage released the game on November 23. The mobile contents company Butterfly and the TBS broadcasing network collaborated to create the game in connection with the two K-ON! television anime and the film, which opened on December 3.
In the game, players raise one of the five female members of the Sakuragaoka High School Light Music Club. Characters' abilities develop as users give them commands during music practice and other activities. Players are also be able to collect well-known scenes from the anime series within the game. Basic gameplay is free, while players need to purchase each game item.