Happy Elements has announced that Ensemble Stars, its mobile idol management gacha music-based game will be going for a collaboration with Sanrio. Beginning on October 2, the renowned Hello Kitty creator Sanrio will host a music-related event.
Ensemble Stars!! Music, the sequel to Ensemble Stars! lets players can collect 49 different pop idols and play their songs in a rhythm-action game with four different levels of difficulty. Players take on the role of producers to create their own youthful heroes who are embarking on a world tour to learn more about the entertainment business.
Players can experience the rhythm game in the 3D Live mode while watching a live scenario featuring a 3D character and delighting in the beautiful 3D MV performance brought on by each idol. On the path to a promising future, excitement, hesitation, joy, and sorrow are to be expected.
The Sanrio crossover event will add unique branded characters in the game
Hello Kitty, KUROMI, My Melody, and Cinnamonroll, among other adorable characters, will be a part of Ensemble Stars Music thanks to the Sanrio collaboration event. These distinctive brand names will be featured on the gacha machine tickets, office decorations, limited scenes, and other upcoming events like the limited-edition Scout and bonus, as well as eliciting cute responses from your pop stars.
“We’re very pleased with the popularity of Ensemble Stars!! Music across the world and we think this Sanrio collaboration will appeal to fans all over with their epic roster of beloved brands,” said the developer. “Hello Kitty, KUROMI, My Melody, and Cinnamoroll are recognized everywhere, and we think the inclusion of these brands really adds to the immersion of these idols’ lifestyles, making Ensemble Stars!! Music an ultimate pop star fantasy!”
Over 10 million people downloaded Ensemble Stars!! Music in Japan before its English release on iOS and Android devices in June 2022, when it became the most downloaded free game in the US on its first day of availability. According to Sensor Tower, Ensemble Stars!! Music went on to become the most successful music game ever, earning over $300 million in 2021.