Hello Kitty & Arkanoid Block Crashing Onto 3DS In October

By Spencer . July 4, 2012 . 8:30am

imageDorasu, the company behind the augmented reality game Virus Busters XX, is bringing their Hello Kitty Breakout clone series to Nintendo 3DS. They just released a Vita port called Hello Kitty & Me! Block Crash V (pictured) which added extra levels.


Hello Kitty & Me! Block Crash Z for Nintendo 3DS has 200 stages to smash through. The PlayStation Vita version had over 130. If it’s anything like the other Hello Kitty & Me games expect moe mascots dressed in Hello Kitty brand clothes and the occasional boss battle.


Hello Kitty & Me! Block Crash Z is slated for release in October.

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  • Mister_Nep

    I’ve been playing the Vita version, and I’ve been having fun with it. I especially like that I was able to recognize some of the artists right off the bat. Since the ultimate reward for beating a set of levels is getting artwork from various artist it’s nice to know I actually knew at least one of the artists.

    It’d be nice to get more levels, but I think I’ll have to pass on this port.

  • GibbRS

    Hello Kitty? ┬áThat screenshot has Pangya characters in it, but I see nothing related to Helly Kitty at all…

    • Mister_Nep

      It’s more like Hello Kitty-themed than anything. All the characters wear some sort of Hello Kitty item. Like a Hello Kitty hat, handbag, cellphone, etc. All the artwork you unlock are different artists drawing characters wearing Hello Kitty merchandise as well.

  • Anesia Hunter

    i watched the gameplay of the vita version and i know if this got localized that this game would be a day one buy for me. but for some reason i get mixed feelings from just the thought of the game being localized like “should i be surprised if this hello kitty game gets localized?” we’ve seen hello kitty stuff for decades and even got some hello kitty games and even a hello kitty mmo (Aeria Games).

    the only thing i worry about is the game not getting enough attention and companies saying no because the game isn’t a “hello kitty and friends” kind of game and instead it’s more hello kitty themed. if it got lucky enough to even get localized i think the furthest they’ll go is digital download and the original opening removed instead of being licensed.

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