Love Live School Idol Festival
This game is based on the Love Live School Idol Project anime and songs.
This game has a "story" section and a "live" section, but this is basically a music tap game. If you are not very good at the tap game, this will be a very time consuming game. The easy levels aren't that difficult, but the hard levels and harder songs get pretty difficult.
The characters that appear in the game are the nine Muse girls from Love Live, plus many new game original characters.
This game needs net access to play!
The game is free to play, but you can buy stones in the game for real money. The stones can be used to recover life points or can be exchanged for cards. It's possible to continue playing without paying, as you can get stones for clearing certain targets in the game. But it's VERY, VERY helpful if you are good at the tap game. If you are good at the tap game, you can more bonus points and stones for free.
The game starts out with one song that you can choose for your live, Bokura no Live Kimi to no Life. As your rank rises and you clear certain targets, you get new songs.
There are three levels of play for each song: easy, normal, hard. When you clear one level, the next higher level appears. The songs start out very easy, but the later songs get harder and harder, even for the easy level.
Each song belongs to one of three categories: smile, pure, or cool. Each card also belongs to one of these categories, and the point values of the girls are higher for the category they belong in.
In addition to the normal games, there have been in game "events" where they award prizes based on the games playing during the event period. The event period is usually around 10 days, and the main prize of the event is a SR card of a certain girl.
It's also possible to get special UR, SR, and R cards by buying certain Love Live goods or related magazines.
HD's opinions (iPhone vs android)I have been playing the iPhone version since April on an iPhone 4S. I started playing the android version when it was released in June 2013 on a Samsung Galaxy Tab (7 inch).
The iPhone is MUCH better.
One problem with the tablet is the size. I play by holding the sides of the iPhone and tapping with my thumbs. This doesn't work on a 7 inch tablet because it's too big. I have tried playing putting it on the table and tapping with my fingers. This is fine for slower games, but I can't keep up with the fast ones.
But the biggest difference is the touch screen lag time. Both the iPhone and Galaxy tab have lags, but the iPhone is much shorter. This difference makes a big difference when playing the hard and expert modes. Also the sensitivity for double and triple taps is totally broken on the Galaxy tab.
I can play the normal and hard levels on the Galaxy tab, but it's pretty hard to play the expert levels.
Also on the Galaxy tab, the game crashes or hangs several times a day. If it's not during a song, I just have to restart. I have never lost any data because of a crash. But when it happens during a song, the live counts as a failed live, so you lose the life points.
The one good point for the tablet is that it's bigger, so everything looks nicer. The story mode is like watching (still) anime.
In general I prefer the android over iPhone for normal computing use, but for this game, the iPhone is MUCH better.
After updating my iPhone 4S to ios7, the game crashes or hangs a couple times a week.
In December 2013, I updated my iPhone to a 5S. I was disappointed that the game screen size was the same as the 4S. That leaves a lot of room on both sides unused.
[Love Live School Idol Festival]
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