Dorasu picked up the Hello Kitty license from Sanrio and out of all things in the world they could have used it for they chose Arkanoid. That alone wouldn’t be cute so they hired famous illustrators to draft characters dressed in Hello Kitty themed clothes as background art for the block busting game.
And thus, Hello Kitty to Issho! Block Crash 123 was born.
Hello Kitty to Issho! Block Crash 123 has over 100 stages. Clear them to get illustrations, which you can use for the game’s clock and calendar apps. Japan gets the game on July 15.