Akihabara Crash! 123 Stage + 1 launches November 29 in Japan

Play it ahead of release at Anitamasai 2018.

Akihabara Crash! 123 Stage + 1

Akihabara Crash! 123 Stage + 1 will launch for Switch on November 29 in Japan, developer Dorasu announced.

The theme song will be performed by cross-dressing female AI unit Royce and Geek.

Users can go hands-on with the puzzle game at Anitamasai 2018 at Sonic City in Saitama on October 14.

Here is an overview of the game, where players “clear various stages to get girls,” via our previous coverage:

The latest entry in the company’s Block Crash series, Akihabara Crash! 123 Stage + 1 is themed after the Japanese town of Akihabara, and will feature numerous maids and cosplayers. The game is said to have high difficulty due to the unpredictable nature of the ball. It will feature over 100 still images and more than 30 background movies.

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