beatmania IIDX Ultimate Mobile Now Available in Japan as Series’ First Smartphone Entry

beatmania IIDX Ultimate Mobile

Konami launched beatmania IIDX Ultimate Mobile today in Japan as the series’ first smartphone entry. It offers free-to-play and paid subscription options for the players.

The concept behind the project is to bring the arcade feeling into smartphones. The game features 100 tracks with up to Normal difficulty for the free version. There’s also an AP (Stamina) system when playing free. You can avoid the AP requirements by paying for a monthly subscription.

Music Player allows you to listen to music, create playlists, and check out albums of unreleased titles, and more.

The Standard Service goes for 480 yen a month. It offers over 1,000 tracks with up to Hyper difficulty. Furthermore, it comes with a Music Player feature with all tracks (with the exception of some tracks) from the beatmania IIDX series.

Game View mode is a feature for those looking to practice their game. It allows you to check out all the music notes, strategize and practice using the playback feature, and more.

Lastly, the Ultimate Service goes for 980 yen. It also offers over 1,000 tracks and all difficulties. The Music Player has music from the entire Bemani series (with the exception of some tracks). The Ultimate Service also comes with a Game View feature for all tracks.

It offers touchscreen or beatmania IIDX Entry Model controller support.

beatmania IIDX Ultimate Mobile is now available in Japan for iOS and Android.

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