High School Fleet Smartphone Game Delayed to Spring 2019

posted on by Karen Ressler
Commercial streamed for upcoming iOS/Android game

The website for the iOS and Android game based on the High School Fleet anime announced on Friday that the game is now slated for Spring 2019. The game was originally slated for a 2018 release, but the staff explained it delayed the release to improve the game's quality.

The game's Twitter account also posted a commercial:

The original 12-episode television anime series premiered in Japan in April 2016. Aniplex of America licensed the series, and the show streamed on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Daisuki. An original video anime (OVA) shipped on Blu-ray Disc in May 2017. An anime film has been greenlit

Aniplex of America describes the story of the television series:

Living by the sea, protecting the sea, and journeying across the sea...They're the BLUE MERMAIDS! Because of a shift in tectonic plates around 100 years ago, Japan lost much of its area to submergence. To preserve Japan's territories, Coastal Cities sprung up, one after the other. Eventually, they became Marine Cities, and along with the expansion of sea-lanes to connect them, the need arose for a sizable staff to protect the seas. At the same time, maritime jobs were becoming more popular among women. Hence, the BLUE MERMAIDS, tasked with keeping the seas safe, had become every female student's dream job. This is when childhood friends Akeno Misaki and Moeka China enroll in a marine high school in Yokosuka, along with other girls who share their goal of "BECOMING A BLUE MERMAID."

AAS/AIS and Kanari Abe launched the main manga adaptation in Kadokawa's Comic Alive magazine in October 2015, and the manga is ongoing. Kadokawa published the manga's fourth volume on July 23. AAS/AIS and Tsuchii (Girls und Panzer: Little Army, Girls und Panzer: Little Army II) launched the High School Fleet: Maidens of Loreley (High School Fleet: Loreley no Otome-tachi) spinoff manga manga in the same magazine in June 2016, and ended it in August 2017.

Source: High School Fleet anime's website via Otakomu

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