BanG Dream! Girls Band Party’s English Version Launches

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A new mobile game has been released in English that people who enjoy Love Live! School Idol Festival and Utano Princesama: Shining Live may want to try. BanG Dream! Girls Band Party has been localized for Android and Apple iOS devices. It is free-to-play and available via both Google Play and iTunes. Its official website is also now open.


BanG Dream! Girls Band Party originally made its debut in Japan in 2017. It is part rhythm game and part visual novel, with the story segments looking at how the five music groups in the game formed and get along. These are Afterglow, Hello, Happy World!, Pastel Palettes, Poppin’ Party and Roselia. The rhythm game segments consist of tapping or flicking on indicators in seven different rows when the reach the line on-screen. Songs are a mix of original tracks and covers of anime songs like K-On’s “Don’t Say ‘Lazy’” or Steins;Gate’s “Hacking to the Gate.”



BanG Dream! Girls Band Party is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

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