Unbreakable Machine-Doll Gets New Game for iOS, Android
posted on by Eric Stimson
A game based off of the new anime Unbreakable Machine-Doll will be released for iOS and Android platforms later this month. Unbreakable Machine-Doll: Facing "Burnt Red" will be an action game based on flicking and tapping; namely, tap to attack and flick to evade. Mastering the special skill "Just Evade" (dodging an opponent's attack just in the nick of time) will expand the game's parameters and improve your techniques.
Facing "Burnt Red"'s story is edited by Reiji Kaitō, the novel's original writer. It will feature a new character named Kaguya (pictured below), voiced by Nao Tōyama. The first Blu-Ray/DVD of the Unbreakable Machine-Doll anime will include a serial code for her as a bonus feature. The game also has its own theme song, "Burnt Red," sung by Hitomi Harada, who voices Yaya in the anime. It was originally released as the B-side to the anime's theme song, "Anicca," on November 6.
Facing "Burnt Red" is already taking pre-orders on its official website, and has surpassed the 10,000 mark. Everyone who preorders gets a picture of Sigmund, the dragon automaton, and can enter a raffle to win the first Blu-Ray of the anime or a set of the 12 light novels in the Machine-Doll series.
Unbreakable Machine-Doll is an action-harem show set at a magic academy in a steampunk-inspired England. Its students possess automatons, the "machine dolls" of the title, and train them to fight each other. It follows Raishin Akabane as he struggles to improve his performance with his automaton, Yaya, who seems to harbor amorous feelings for him.