Sep 142014

Hatsune Miku Graphy Collection Mystery Music Comet or, in short, “MikuColle”, is a card game RPG developed by Crypton Future Media. The app runs with a plot where a sudden appearance of mysterious music note-shaped comet causes all sound in the world to be lost. You and Miku will advance together on a remarkable journey to redeem the lost sound. Taiwan and global releases have been announced to come after the release in Japan in late September this year.

Players will advance through stages to collect the lost songs. The background music in the game will be uncompleted at first (due to the mysterious music comet). Players will face “Cards Battle” against monsters during the journey in order to collect lost notes and proceed further on. As you continue to collect more notes in the stage, the faint background music will slowly become completed.

Players will be equipped with a deck of illustrations as weapons against monsters. Illustration cards all vary in terms of power and illustrators. This is a concept derived from the currently existing mobile app from Crypton Future Media named “Hatsune Miku Graphy Collection”, and this game is a sequel/upgrade to the existing app.

The app supports Android and iOS devices running on Android 4.0 and iOS 7.0 or above. Visit the official website here:

Source: Famitsu

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  • Faux Pas

    Can’t wait, sounds super fun! I wish they’d also release a western version of Live Stage Producer.

  • Haffien

    ga keluar di windows phone yah?

  • jrharbort

    Windows Phone is a very unpopular platform, so not likely.

  • jrharbort

    Wont happen with LSP, the game is essentially dead. Got word from SEGA that all development for that game stopped long ago.

  • Faux Pas

    Too bad, it looked like a fun game (T ^ T)
    That means I look forward to this one even more! Thanks for the post!

  • I don’t think it’s all that unlikely, actually. Windows Phone is currently the fastest growing mobile OS, since Android and iOS are already everywhere. So in a couple of years, I wouldn’t be surprised if a WP version came out.

  • jrharbort

    Exactly, “currently”. And that counts in terms of share gain, not actual number of phones sold. Windows Phone has simply been gaining the share that Symbian (the older Nokia OS) has been losing. Its gains are still incredibly small if you look at the numbers. If I told you the stats of windows phone users that visit this site compared to Android and iOS, it’s actually kinda sad (the Vita has more traffic). It has not been eating into those shares at all.

  • But that’s just currently. The future, however, could be completely different.

  • jrharbort

    Considering Windows Phone’s market share after nearly 4 years, compared to Android that is only 2 years older, Windows Phone isn’t doing very hot. Could it eventually do better? Maybe. But it’s far more likely to lose manufacturer hardware support before then. For now, if people want to enjoy vast app support, iOS and Android are the better platforms.

  • Don’t forget to pre-register with your e-mail address for a SR+ card!

  • Ksiyas

    Cant navigate to a register section QQ

  • Pre-registration is already closed as the game’s already launched.

    If you’re planning to start the game, you should do it today, since it’s the last day for getting an SR Rin for logging in.

  • Altra

    A year later… global version hasn’t came out

  • Kari Raiha

    Any news on a possible release date for non-residents of japan?