Otonokizaka High School is planning to close within three years. However, nine female students come together with one thing in mind—form a pop idol group to revive the school's popularity and keep it from shutting down. ‘In order to protect our beloved school, there's only one thing we can do...become pop stars!
Runtime: 25 minutes
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Love Live! School Idol Festival (often abbreviated as LLSIF or Sukufesu) is a Japanese rhythm game series developed by KLab and published by Bushiroad's Bushimo for Android and iOS platforms. It first released in Japan on April 15, 2013 (Android) and June 8, 2013 (iOS). The game is free-to-play with an in-app purchase system. It features songs and characters from the multimedia franchises Love Live! and Love Live! Sunshine!!, newly introduced girls, and stories that are not included in other media. The English localization was released worldwide on May 11, 2014 for iOS and Android devices. It also was localized in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and South Korea. At the end of September 2016, the English version added Korean support the two servers merged. The Traditional Chinese version, which was operated by Mobimon in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau, also merged with the English version on May 18, 2017. On January 11, 2016, Love Live! Sunshine!! live streamed a special announcement regarding Aqours joining the app in July 2016. In the game, Aqours got original main and side stories, playable songs, and fully voiced cards. KLab added R rarity cards for each Aqours members on January 31, 2016, though they were only voiced after the official release in July. In June 2016, Chika and Riko were featured in the in-game regular events for the first time. The group officially joined the game on July 5, 2016 along with new card rarity SSR and other major updates. An arcade version of the game titled Love Live! School Idol Festival: After School Activity (developed by Square Enix and published by Bushiroad) was released on December 6, 2016. Another spin-off game titled Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars planned to be released on 2018, and will also feature the Perfect Dream Project characters.
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