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BanG Dream! Girls Band Party!
Game Information
Developer(s) Bushiroad International (Global)

Craft Egg, Inc (Japan)

Publisher Bushimo (WW/JP)
Mobimon Inc. (TW)
Kako Games (KR)
Platform(s) iOS and Android
Released March 16, 2017 (JP)
September 26, 2017 (TW)
February 6, 2018 (KR)
April 4, 2018 (WW)
Genre Adventure, Rhythm, Music
Mode(s) Story Mode
Live Mode
Available Language(s) English
Japanese
Korean
Traditional Chinese
BanG Dream! Girls Band Party! (バンドリ! ガールズバンドパーティ! Bandori! Gāruzu Bando Pāti!) is a rhythm game released for iOS and Android, based on the BanG Dream! franchise. It was published by Bushiroad and Craft Egg and was released on March 16th, 2017 for iOS and Android devices.

A Taiwanese version of the game was released on September 26, 2017. A Korean version of the game was released on February 6, 2018. An English version of the game was announced in September of 2017, and was released on April 4, 2018 with an early release in Singapore on March 29, 2018.

Gameplay

BanG Dream! Girls Band Party! is a free to play rhythm game which features two modes, Story mode and Live mode, and the members of the five main bands: Poppin'Party, Roselia, Afterglow, Pastel*Palettes, and Hello, Happy World!.

Lives

There are two types of Live modes for players to choose from: Free Live and Multi Live. There are a total of seven note types: Simply tapping the icon, tapping and holding down the icon, flicking a note in any direction, tapping two icons simultaneously, tapping and sliding a certain direction, and tapping a golden note which will activate one of your member's skill. Depending on the player's results, they will be able to receive rewards like practice tickets or gems to use for training and reading cards.

Free Live

In Free Live, players are free to choose to play songs from the current discography without the limit of an in-game regenerating energy system, although the game does have in-game regenerating boosts. The players are tasked to tap circles properly according to the rhythm and type of note in order to receive score.

Multi Live

In Multi Live, players are put in teams with other randomly chosen players in real time where they play a Live together for the highest possible score. Instead of only getting your score, the total of all scores are put together. To join a Multi Live, you can either create your own or enter someone else's room. There are four options for rooms: Anyone, Regular, Veteran and Master. Regular requires a minimum of 70,000 Band Power. Veteran requires a minimum of 120,000 Band Power. Master requires a minimum of 180,000 Band Power.

Once you are in a room and the team is completed, all five players will vote on the song. The song won’t be chosen based on number of votes; the song candidates will be chosen completely randomly. You can also hit the button next to Select also known as “Omakase!” or "Abstain!" If everyone abstains, the game chooses a random song for you. After the song has been chosen, everyone selects their difficultly and the game will start. The Live will follow like a Free Live, except with the addition of other player's main member's skills activating and the Fever Bar.

Fever Bar

The Fever Bar is a bar that triggers at a certain point of the song you're playing and if every player fills up their Fever Bar, the time that the Fever lasts will give 200% bonus points for every note hit.

When the Live ends, you'll see the separate scores earned by each player and the total score you achieved together. Playing in Multi Live mode will help grant more higher level item drops and more EXP points, although this depends on which type of room you join.

Live Boosts

The game features a Live Boost system instead of an energy system that multiples all of your rewards by 5, which includes the amount of coins, items, and EXP. One Boost will be recovered every 30 minutes to a maximum of 10 Boosts, previously only 3 Boosts, but you can use Stars to regenerate whenever you need them and the Boosts recover whenever you level up. You can use 50 Stars to regenerate 3 Boosts, or 100 Stars to regenerate 10 Boosts. The maximum of Boosts you can have are 10+99.

Attributes

Each card is one of four available attributes:

  • Powerful (Red Fire)
  • Cool (Blue Moon)
  • Pure (Green Star)
  • Happy (Orange Smile)

The attributes don't make a difference in the score you get in Live, but they are used for Event bonuses if you use a certain type and specific fragments of the attribute are required to Train your members.

Stories

In the game there are three types of stories, the Main Story, the Band Stories, and the Event Stories.

Main Story

  • For the main story, click here.

The main story has you work at the live house CiRCLE, a newly formed live house, trying to find girl bands to perform there for an event. You and your co-worker Tsukishima Marina first meet Poppin'Party and Marina ask for them to help find other girls band, specifically four main bands that she's had her eye on: Afterglow, Pastel*Palettes, Roselia, and Hello, Happy World!.Throughout the story, you and the members of Poppin'Party try to recruit the bands. Each story is fully-voiced with each member's voice actress, and in order to unlock new chapters the player must either rank up or wait for new chapters to be released.

Band Story

Each band has a separate story that has no relation to main story or event stories.

  • For Poppin'Party's band story, click here.
  • For Afterglow's band story, click here.
  • For Pastel*Palettes' band story, click here.
  • For Roselia's band story, click here.
  • For Hello, Happy World!'s band story, click here.

Event Stories

For Event Stories, click here.

With every event, there is a story to accompany it. Each story is composed of an opening, five chapters, and a conclusion.

Band Menu

Band Edit

The Band Edit screen allows you to make teams to use during Lives. Here you can:

  • Switch out members of pre-existing teams.
  • Create new teams.
  • Rename your teams.
  • See how much health they provide.
  • Their current Band Power, Performance, Technique, and Visuals.
  • The option to have the game make teams for you either based on the Band or based on just card stats.
  • The option to clear the entire team to make it a blank slate.

Costume

In the costume screen, you can change the costumes the girls wear when appearing as cameos and when appearing as chibis during Lives. You unlock a new costume with every 3★ and 4★ card you get of a character.

In January of 2018, each band recieved new costumes that were distrubuted to players after the 1.13.1 update.

Practice

In the practice screen, you can level up your cards either using single tickets, double tickets, triple tickets and premium tickets that provide different levels of EXP for the card. Premium Tickets are available as event ranking rewards or through Exchange using Michelle Stickers.

Image Type of Ticket Amount of EXP
Single Ticket Single Ticket 500 EXP
Double Ticket Double Ticket 2000 EXP
Triple Ticket Triple Ticket 5000 EXP
Premium Ticket Premium Ticket 10000 EXP

Each card has a max level cap, and when untrained 3★ and 4★ cards reach their cap they have the ability to be trained and unlock 10 more levels.

Card Rarity Max Level Untrained Max Level Trained
1★ 20 N/A
2★ 30 N/A
3★ 40 50
4★ 50 60

Training

In order to use the training function, you must have a 3★ or 4★ card that is max leveled and a specific number of fragments that belong to the same attribute of the card you wish to train along with a specific number of miracle crystals.

After training, the card will receive and +10 level cap limit and increased stats.

Skill Practice

Here, you can increase the skill level of a card, increasing a skill level will increase the duration of the skill (scorers and plockers) or increase the amount of health that you'll gain (healers). You can use any cards to skill level up any card you want but using a duplicate of the specific card will give more skill exp. You can also use Skill Tickets which the game gives 30 after you update your version from 1.4 to 1.5 and you can buy them at the exchange shop for 30 Michelle seals.

Image Type of Skill Ticket Amount of Skill EXP
Skill Ticket (Single) Skill Ticket (Single) 1 EXP
Skill Ticket (Double) Skill Ticket (Double) 5 EXP
Skill Ticket (Triple) Skill Ticket (Triple) 30 EXP
Skill Ticket (Premium) Skill Ticket (Premium) 200 EXP

Member List

Aside from the basic function of letting you see what cards you have, in the member list you can also view the two episodes that each card has, switch between the untrained and trained art of a card, and view the card art without the stats.

To view the episodes, you must tap on the card whose episode you wish to view and click one of the two buttons on the bottom. Each episode unlocked and read will also grant the card an increase in stats. The amount and type of fragments you'll need will vary by the card's rarity and attribute.

Card Rarity Fragments for First Episode and Stats Earned Fragments for Second Episode and Stats Earned
1★ 10 Small Fragments and +100 For Every Stat 50 Small Fragments, 25 Medium Fragments, and +200 For Every Stat
2★ 100 Small Fragments and +150 For Every Stat 400 Small Fragments, 150 Medium Fragments, and +300 For Every Stat
3★ 300 Small Fragments, 100 Medium Fragmen, and +200 For Every Stat 1800 Small Fragments, 1200 Medium Fragments, 300 Large Fragments, and +500 For Every Stat
4★ 500 Small Fragments, 300 Medium Fragments, and +250 For Every Stat 2400 Small Fragments, 1600 Medium Fragments, 400 Large Fragments, and +600 For Every Stat

Exchange

In the exchange, you can purchase items using Michelle Stickers that you receive from trading in duplicate cards. There are a variety of items you can buy using Stickers, such as practice tickets, fragments, miracle crystals, coins, or a Gacha ticket. You receive more Stickers with higher rarity cards.

Card Rarity Michelle Stickers
2★ 5 Stickers
3★ 25 Stickers
4★ 100 Stickers

It's important to note that every week there is a limit of how many of an item you can buy, and each week the limit resets on Monday.

Gacha

The gacha is used to scout for and obtain cards using Stars as currency. The gacha features cards of the 2★, 3★, and 4★ rarities. Gaining higher rarity cards help increase your score.

To reach the gacha page, swipe through the rotating banners until you see the featured gacha banner or you can tap on the gacha button next to the band and story buttons. When you reach the page, you'll reach the main page which has the main gacha.

Main Gacha

The main gacha contains the 2★, 3★, and 4★ rarities, and it uses the Star currency. There are three options to choose from:

  • The first one costs 2500 Stars and you scout for 10 cards in the current gacha. In this option, there is a guaranteed 3★. 
  • The second option costs 250 Stars and you scout for 1 card. In this option, there is no guaranteed rarity card.
  • The third option cost 60 purchased Stars and you scout for 1 card. In this option, there is no guaranteed rarity. You can only do this type of scout once a day.

The percentage rates for the rarities are:

Rarity Percentage Rate
2★ 90%
3★ 8.5%
4★ 1.5%

And as of 10th of March 2018 the percentage rates changes to:

Rarity Percentage Rate
2★ 88.5%
3★ 8.5%
4★ 3%

Special Gacha

The Special Gacha which contains only 3★ and 4★ cards. To scout in the Special Gacha, you'll have to use Gacha Tickets which can only be bought through the Exchange using Michelle Stickers. Using the Special Gacha tickets, you have the options of using one ticket for a single scout or using 10 tickets for 10 card scout. The Special Gacha has it's own rarity percentage rate, which you can see below:

Rarity Percentage Rate
3★ 90%
4★ 10%

Characters

The game features a total of 25 characters from the five bands in game.

Poppin'Party
Toyama Kasumi Inital Normal Transparent-0
Name: Toyama Kasumi

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: July 14th

Instrument: Guitar and Vocals

Zodiac: Cancer

Voice Actor: Aimi

Likes: French Fries and White Rice

Dislikes: Natto

Ichigaya Arisa Initial Normal Transparent
Name: Ichigaya Arisa

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: October 27th

Instrument: Keyboard and Tambourine

Zodiac: Scorpio

Voice Actor: Itou Ayasa

Likes: Anmitsu, Brown Rice, and Boiled Eggs

Dislikes: Leeks

Ushigome Rimi Initial Normal Transparent
Name: Ushigome Rimi

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: March 23rd

Instrument: Bass

Zodiac: Aries

Voice Actor: Nishimoto Rimi

Likes: Chocolate, Yamabuki Bakery, Meat, Fresh Cream

Dislikes: Chocolate Mint Flavor

Hanazono Tae Initial Normal Transparent
Name: Hanazono Tae

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: December 4th

Instrument: Guitar

Zodiac: Sagittarius

Voice Actor: Otsuka Sae

Likes: Hamburgers, Sweet Red-Bean Soup, Food

Dislikes: None

Yamabuki Saaya Inital Normal Transparent
Name:

Yamabuki Saaya

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: May 19th

Instrument: Drums

Zodiac: Taurus

Voice Actor: Ohashi Ayaka

Likes: Peperoncino, Cheese

Dislikes: Raw Seafood

Afterglow
Mitake Ran Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Mitake Ran

School: Haneoka Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: April 10th

Instrument: Guitar and Vocals

Zodiac: Aries

Voice Actor: Sakura Ayane

Likes: Bitter Sweets

Dislikes: Green Beans

Aoba Moca Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Aoba Moca

School: Haneoka Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: September 3rd

Instrument: Guitar

Zodiac: Virgo

Voice Actor: Misawa Sachika

Likes: Bread

Dislikes: Spicy Things

Uehara Himari Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Uehara Himari

School: Haneoka Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: October 23rd

Instrument: Bass

Zodiac: Scorpio

Voice Actor: Katou Emiri

Likes: Chocolate and Convenience Store Food

Dislikes: Shiitake Mushrooms

Udagawa Tomoe Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Udagawa Tomoe

School: Haneoka Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: April 15th

Instrument: Drums

Zodiac: Aries

Voice Actor: Hikasa Yoko

Likes: Pork Bone and Soy Sauce Ramen

Dislikes: Nothing in Particular

Hazawa Tsugumi Inital Normal Transparent
Name:

Hazawa Tsugumi

School: Haneoka Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: January 7th

Instrument: Keyboard

Zodiac: Capricorn

Voice Actor: Kanemoto Hisako

Likes: Her Mother's Cakes

Dislikes: Black Coffee

Roselia
Minato Yukina Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Minato Yukina

School: Haneoka Girls' High School

Grade: Second Year         

Birthday: October 26th

Instrument: Vocals

Zodiac: Scorpio

Voice Actor: Aiba Aina

Likes: Honey Tea and Cookies Made by Lisa

Dislikes: Bitter Melon (and Other Bitter Things)

Hikawa Sayo Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Hikawa Sayo

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: Second Year         

Birthday: March 20th

Instrument: Guitar

Zodiac: Pisces

Voice Actor: Kudou Haruka

Likes: Junk Food, Gum, and Candy

Dislikes: Carrots

Imai Lisa Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Imai Lisa

School: Haneoka Girls' High School

Grade: Second Year         

Birthday: August 25th

Instrument: Bass

Zodiac: Virgo

Voice Actor: Endou Yurika

Likes: Chikuzenni and Cucumber Salad

Dislikes: Health Drinks

Udagawa Ako Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Udagawa Ako

School: Haneoka Girls' Junior High School

Grade: Third Year         

Birthday: July 3rd

Instrument: Drums

Zodiac: Cancer

Voice Actor: Sakuragawa Megu

Likes: Potato Chips, and Jelly Beans

Dislikes: Eggs and Green Peppers

Shirokane Rinko Inital Normal Transparent
Name:

Shirokane Rinko

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: Second Year         

Birthday: October 17th

Instrument: Keyboard

Zodiac: Libra

Voice Actor: Akesaka Satomi

Likes: Hot Milk

Dislikes: Celery

Pastel*Palettes
Maruyama Aya Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Maruyama Aya

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: Second Year         

Birthday: December 27th

Instrument: Vocals

Zodiac: Capricorn

Voice Actor: Maeshima Ami

Likes: Omurice and Hamburger

Dislikes: Octopus

Hikawa Hina Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Hikawa Hina

School: Haneoka Girls' High School

Grade: Second Year         

Birthday: March 20th

Instrument: Guitar

Zodiac: Pisces

Voice Actor: Ozawa Ari

Likes: Gummy Candy and Junk Food

Dislikes: Tofu Related Products and Food With a Weak Taste

Shirasagi Chisato Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Shirasagi Chisato

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: Second Year         

Birthday: April 6th

Instrument: Bass

Zodiac: Aries

Voice Actor: Uesaka Sumire

Likes: Black Tea, Foods With a Refreshing Taste, Acai na Tigela

Dislikes: Natto

Wakamiya Eve Initial Normal Transparent
Name: Wakamiya Eve

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: June 27th

Instrument: Keyboard

Zodiac: Cancer

Voice Actor: Hata Sawako

Likes: Ginger Cookies

Dislikes: Nukazuke

Yamato Maya Initial Normal Transparent
Name:

Yamato Maya

School: Haneoka Girls' High School

Grade: Second Year         

Birthday: November 3rd

Instrument: Drums

Zodiac: Scorpio

Voice Actor: Nakagami Ikumi

Likes: Vegetable Sticks

Dislikes: High-class Ingredients

Hello, Happy World!
Tsurumaki Kokoro Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Tsurumaki Kokoro

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: August 8th

Instrument: Vocals

Zodiac: Leo

Voice Actor: Itou Miku

Likes: Everything!

Dislikes: Nothing!

Seta Kaoru Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Seta Kaoru

School: Haneoka Girls' High School

Grade: Second Year         

Birthday: February 28th

Instrument: Guitar

Zodiac: Pisces

Voice Actor: Tadokoro Azusa

Likes: Grape Juice, Sachertorte, Vichyssoise (She really likes Miso Soup, but she wants to sound cool)

Dislikes: Raw Seafood

Kitazawa Hagumi Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Kitazawa Hagumi

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: July 30th

Instrument: Bass

Zodiac: Leo

Voice Actor: Yoshida Yuri

Likes: Croquette From Her Family's Shop, Meat, Curry

Dislikes: Nothing!

Matsubara Kanon Inital Normal Transparent
Name: Matsubara Kanon

School: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: First Year         

Birthday: May 11th

Instrument: Drums

Zodiac: Taurus

Voice Actor: Toyota Moe

Likes: Delicious sweets, Cake, Coffee, Black tea

Dislikes: Mushrooms

Okusawa Misaki Inital Normal Transparent
Name:

Okusawa MisakiSchool: Hanasakigawa Girls' High School

Grade: First Year       

Birthday: September 30th

Instrument: DJ

Zodiac: Libra

Voice Actor: Kurosawa Tomoyo

Likes: Family's food

Dislikes: Coriander

Songs

See here for complete list of songs available in Girls Band Party!

World Items and Miscellaneous Items

For complete list of items, please refer here.

General Elections

See here for complete list of General Elections held for the game.

Buying and Changing Band Equipment

At the Edogawa Music Store, you can purchase band-specific equipment to place inside of CiRCLE to boost their member's strength. Specific equipment will work only on specific bands and only one of each type can be equipped at any time. The equipment can be leveled up.

Level Requirements Boosts
1 1,000 Gold and 10 Small Fragments 2%
2 30,000 Gold, 100 Small Fragments, and 30 Medium Fragments 2.5%
3 50,000 Gold, 300 Small Fragments, and 100 Medium Fragments 3%
4 100,000 Gold, 500 Small Fragments, 300 Medium Fragments, and 100 Large Fragments 3.5%
5 300,000 Gold, 1000 Small Fragments, 500 Medium Fragments, and 300 Large Fragments 4%

Buying Flyers, Posters, and Cover Songs

At CiRCLE, you can buy the cover songs released in-game along with the band flyers and posters you unlock after reading their respective chapter in their story. You buy the cover songs using Tone Crystals earned through reading stories, you can buy the flyers and posters using gold and fragments. Like the equipment, you can level up the posters and flyers to have an increase to the stats of the band's members.

Level Requirements Boosts
1 2,000 Gold and 10 Small Fragments 6%
2 50,000 Gold, 300 Small Fragments, and 90 Medium Fragments 7%
3 100,000 Gold, 900 Small Fragments, and 300 Medium Fragments 8%
4 300,000 Gold, 1500 Small Fragments, 900 Medium Fragments, and 300 Large Fragments 9%
5 500,000 Gold, 3000 Small Fragments, 1500 Medium Fragments, and 900 Large Fragments 10%

Buying Food Items

At the Cafeteria, you have the option to purchase food items. Each item provides a boost to a single attribute, and leveling up the food increases the boost.

Level Requirements Boosts
1 2,000 Gold and 10 Small Fragments 1%
2 50,000 Gold, 300 Small Fragments, and 90 Medium Fragments 3%
3 100,000 Gold, 900 Small Fragments, and 300 Medium Fragments 5%
4 300,000 Gold, 1500 Small Fragments, 900 Medium Fragments, and 300 Large Fragments 7%
5 500,000 Gold, 3000 Small Fragments, 1500 Medium Fragments, and 900 Large Fragments 10%

Using Michelle Monaka To Buy Decorations

At Arisa's home (Ryuseido), you can buy more items to increase stats of specific attributes. However, instead of food, you can purchase decorations to place in the Cafeteria. Like the food and equipment, levelling the decorations will increase the boost.

Level Requirements Boosts
1 5 Monoka and 2,000 Gold 1%
2 7 Monoka and 50,000 Gold 3%
3 10 Monoka and 100,000 Gold 5%
4 15 Monoka and 300,000 Gold 7%
5 20 Monoka and 500,000 Gold 10%

Limited Time Items

When important events occur for the franchise or during holidays, in-game rewards will be released to celebrate. These are only released during a certain time and will never come back, so it's best to get them while they're available.

Level Requirements Boosts
1 None 0.5%
2 50,000 Gold 1%
3 100,000 Gold 1.5%
4 300,000 Gold 2%
5 500,000 Gold 2.5%

How To Switch Out Items

Switching out items is fairly simple. To switch, simply press this button and scroll through the type of item you wish to replace. This where you can switch out the items that were there by default to the ones you had bought.

Titles

Titles are tags that you can place on yourself to show who you are in small little ways. Titles show up when you match up with others during Multi Lives, and show up in the event rankings. The current titles available are:

Events

For a list of events, go here.

To access the Event page, swipe through the rotating banners in lower left side of the main screen to find the event banner or underneath the Multi Live button on the Live page. Each event generally has the same mechanics, where you earn points by playing Live which lets you unlock the event rewards and places you in the even rankings.

From the event rewards, the cards available to unlock will be the event's 2★ and 3★ event cards, Stars, fragments, and Michelle Monaka.

Badges can be earned by playing lives, you can exchange those badges for items such as Fragments, EXP tickets, Coins and Michelle Monaka which is located at the left side of the event screen next to the event story or the exchange option in the Band screen.

There are three main ways to increase events points:

  • Getting a high score and combo will slightly increase your points.
  • Each event has a featured attribute and featured members, and if you make a team that contains these featured attribute and members there will be an increase in points. If you use the featured attribute, there will a 20% increase with each card with the attribute in your team. If you use the featured members, there will be a 10% increase in each card with the member in your team.
  • Using Live Boosts can also help increase the points you earn per song, and up to three boosts can be used per songs. Using one boost can multiple your points by 5 times then your normal points, two boosts can multiple your points by 10 times than your normal points, and three boosts can multiple your points by 15 times than your normal points.

It's important to note that you must meet certain requirements to gain any event points, and if you don't then no event points will rewarded to you.

Version History

Bushiroad International Pte. Ltd (Global) and Craft Egg Inc. (Japanese) is actively releasing new features for the game. The Global version is several updates behind from the Japanese version. Note, this list will only mention new features and will not count minor version releases (e.g, version 1.11.xx or 1.12.xx) or mention any OS or app specific bug fixes.

Bold text indicates current version of the respective server.

Version History (Global and Japanese version)

Version

Changelog

Release date

2.2.0 (JP)
  • Toggling visibility of locked songs.
  • Michelle Exchange Shop filters.
  • Improvements to Band Battle.
  • App icon update.
  • "MV" or Music Videos can be viewed or set as stage background on selected songs
--

May 9, 2018 (JP)

2.1.0
  • Ability to close stamp selection by tapping on any greyed out regions
  • Ability to go the next page on stamp selection by swiping
  • When you access a comic but exit it before finishes loading, the app will not continue loading that comic.
  • Changes to the app icon and title screen
--

April 9, 2018 (JP)

2.0.0
  • Addition of "Live Skin Setting Function"
  • Add vertical screen mode to live costume screen
  • Addition of "comic function
  • Addition of new Live Show backgrounds for "Band Battle" and "Challenge Live" events.
  • Multi-Live Fevers will no longer fail to activate if player stamina reaches zero.
  • Changes to the app icon and title screen (Girl's Band Party JP 1st year Anniversary)

-- March 15, 2018 (JP)

1.13.0
  • Added song filter functionality
--

December 8, 2017 (JP)

1.12.0 No new features, just bug fixes. --

November 20, 2017 (JP)

1.11.2 (WW) Initial version for iOS and Android release for Global. April 2, 2018 (SG)

April 4, 2018 (WW)

1.11.1

Japanese version changes

  • Addition of "Friend System"






Global version changes

  • None. Initial version for iOS and Android release in Singapore.
March 29, 2018 (WW)
November 9, 2017 (JP)
1.10.0
  • Added "Story Memories" function
October 17, 2017
1.9.0
  • Added "Open Room" in Private Multi-Live rooms.
September 20, 2017
1.8.0
  • Added "High Score Rating"
  • Added "SS" to score ranking
  • "Master Room" has been added as new option in Multi-Live
  • Added "Main Band", "Band Rank", "Number of cleared songs", "Number of Full Combo songs", "High Score Rating" on Profile.
September 11, 2017
1.0.0 Initial version for iOS and Android release in Japan. March 16, 2017

Gallery

For a list of cards, go here.

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External Links

  • Got questions? Visit the links below!
    • You can find the BanG Dream! subreddit here!

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