Uma Musume: Pretty Derby launches February 24, 2021 in Japan

Horse girl training simulation game gets a release date.

Uma Musume: Pretty Derby

Horse girl training simulation game Uma Musume: Pretty Derby will launch for iOS and Android on February 24, 2021 in Japan, publisher and developer Cygaems announced. Pre-registration is available now via the game’s official website.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Yoyaku Top 10 page:

Uma Musume: Pretty Derby is a training simulation game where you can “make your dreams come true” with Uma Musume (horse girls) who bear the names of real-life racehorses.

Training

Deepen your bonds with the Uma Musume and race towards realizing your “dreams”! The player is a “trainer” who starts a new job at the “Training Center Academy,” a school for Uma Musume. As their trainer, you will spend your school life with various Uma Musume, training them in “running,” “swimming,” “weight training,” “studying,” and more, and deepening your bonds while guiding them to their debut!

Racing

Overcome the “Twinkle Series” with the Uma Musume you trained! After completing training, head for the “Twinkle Series,” the pinnacle of horseracing series that every Uma Musume longs to win. Utilize the results of your training to reach the goal faster than anyone else.

Concerts

Express your gratitude with “Winning Live,” a dream performance put on by the Uma Musume! After a race, the Uma Musume who participated will put on a concert. The horse girl who came in first place will take the center position! Share in the excitement of the race with the fans as the Uma Musume put on high-quality performances with all sorts of songs!

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