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Say Goodbye as These Japanese Mobile Games End Their Service in 2020!

time Jun 12 , 2020 by Bintang Paquita PC_blog 0

A couple of weeks ago, we were talking about popular series that will end in 2020. This time, let’s talk about Japanese mobile games that end their service in 2020. All thought these mobile games will end their services, we are sure that they will be missed by the fans. So without any further ado, here are Japan mobile games that end their service in 2020!

  • My Hero Academia Smash Rising

    Although the game is not as popular as the anime itself, My Hero Academia Smash Rising sure left an impression for many. The fact that the only My Hero Academia Smash Rising Japanese mobile game will end their service on July 31st, means that we only have a short time left before we have to say goodbye. Fortunately, we won’t have to sulk for long as season 5 of their anime is already in production!

    • LovePlus Every

    Unlike the rest of the game on our list, this is actually the only Japanese mobile game/dating sim that we have. We have to admit, this game sure brings a lot of joy (especially if you are single UwU). It is such a shame that they have to end their service on August 5. But hey, at least we still have around a month with the ladies!

    • I★Chu

    Compared to the rest of the games on our list, I★Chu is the only game that will end their service yet still there. This might sound a bit confusing, so the thing is, they will end their service on July 6th, but you can still play the existing song and read the main story. You can enjoy this offline version of the game up until December 13th, 2020. So we still have quite some time until we have to say goodbye to our favorite idols in this Japanese mobile game. However, before you start weeping in misery for losing them, they actually have another mobile game that is still ongoing called “I★Chu Étoile Stage”. If you are not sure what to expect from I★Chu Étoile Stage, make sure to stop by to this article

    • Dragon Quest Monster Parade

    Let’s be real, although the Dragon Quest Monster parade did not have the same gameplay with the classic Dragon Quest, they have earned a special place in many people’s hearts. Although Japanese mobile game will end their service on July 31st, we don’t have to cry ourself to sleep as they already announced that they will be coming with new games soon. In case you are wondering about what you’ll get, we highly recommend you to check this article to know what to expect from the dragon quest new games!  

    So those are our list of Japanese mobile games that will end their service in 2020. While they will be missed, we are sure looking forward to what they have in the future. The best way to prepare for it is by making sure that we have enough iTunes balance. So make sure you top up your wallet at japancodesupply.com!

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