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Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE! Smartphone Game Unveiled

posted on by Egan Loo
Otome game for female players lets club members save you in February

The otome game (game for female players) company anipani unveiled its Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE! GAME! for smartphones on Wednesday. The romance novel game inspired by the new anime will feature an original scenario and the anime's voice cast. The free-to-play game (with in-app purchases) will debut on iOS and Android devices in late February.

Please… protect me!
The anime Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE! inspires an otome game on smartphones!
Who will protect you!?
Kazutomi Yamamoto (Love Stage!!'s Kōsuke) as Yumoto Hakone
Yuichiro Umehara (Orenchi no Furo Jijō's Wakasa) as En Yufuin
Kōtarō Nishiyama (Haikyu!!'s Kazuhito Narita) as Atsushi Kinugawa
Yusuke Shirai (The World Is Still Beautiful's Minor Rani Theus) as Io Naruko
Toshiki Masuda (Samurai Flamenco's Masayoshi Hazama) as Ryū Zaou
Mugihito (Tokyo ESP's Sukesaburō) as Wombat
Hiroshi Kamiya as Kinshirō Kusatsu
Takuma Terashima as Akoya Gero
Jun Fukuyama as Ibushi Arim
You have corrupted me…
Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE! GAME!
I'll protect you with my very life!

Crunchyroll began streaming the anime on Tuesday, and Funimation will begin streaming the anime next week. Funimation describes the story:

Teenage boys are notoriously lazy, and the members of Binan High School's Earth Defense Club are no exception. Their definition of “earth defense” is bumming around all day at the local bathhouse. But when a pink wombat appears out of thin air and begs the boys to help him save the planet, even the idlest high schoolers jump to action. Watch the magical boys transform and save the earth with the power of LOVE!

[Via Nijimen]

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