THE iDOLM@STER Mobile i

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THE iDOLM@STER Mobile i
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Video Game Data
Platform: iOS 5.0-9.0
Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.
Selling Agency: Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.
Release Date: March 30, 2012
Shutdown Date: January 18, 2016
CERO Rating:

THE iDOLM@STER Mobile i (アイドルマスター モバイルi AIDORUMASUTAA MOBAIRU I) is a discontinued free app that was released on March 30, 2012 for iOS devices running iOS 5 to iOS 9. It was unlike the other games of the series as it was strictly location based and was only playable in Japan, rendering it unplayable in other countries. Players had to register online to play the game. The game ended service on January 18, 2016.

Gameplay

The game focused on promotion and didn't have any performances or songs used in other games. As a producer, the player chose one of the 765PRO idols and work with her to make her famous throughout Japan by gaining fans. Unlike other games, players complete jobs by physically going to real places in Japan. Once the player would go to the "job offer", the idol would earn fans by completing the event. 47 prefectures were able to be visited, with 505 areas available within them.

The clock of the phone included a screen where you can touch the idols by pressing the screen.

Characters

765 Production Idols
HarukaMobile.jpgChihayaMobile.jpgYukihoMobile.jpgYayoiMobile.jpgTakaneMobile.jpg
HibikiMobile.jpgMikiMobile.jpgMakotoMobile.jpgMamiMobile.jpgAmiMobile.jpg
AzusaMobile.jpgIoriMobile.jpgRitsukoMobile.jpg


765 Production Staff
KotoriMobile.jpg

Mechanics

  • Main Menu: These options were available on the game's main interface.
  • Offer: This was where the player received jobs for certain locations and the player would have a request on the bulletin board for other producers to do the job for you.
  • Report: The overall cumulative number of fans, areas and locations visited, Producer's title, and other player information was found here.
  • Information: Updates from Namco were posted here.
  • Shop: DLC was available here.
  • Personal Belongings: DLC and things that player bought from different locations or received as a gift for completing jobs.
  • Twitter: Twitter links and feeds were available here. Players could communicate with each other through Twitter in this option.
  • Ranking: The player can check how they rank against other producers of Japan.
  • Bulletin Board: Jobs were posted on the board corresponding with the player's current location.
  • Album: A short scene where the idol will talk to the player after achieving a certain number of fans.
  • List of Idols: This list allowed you to change your idol to another on the list. However, you were only allowed to change the idol on the 5th, 6th, and 7th of the month.
  • Camera: The player could take pictures of their surroundings with their idol in them.
  • WEB: Opened the Internet, and launched the iM@S website in Safari.
  • Help: Questions and answers
  • Points: Players could buy points to buy DLC with.
  • Others: Player's account information and program information was kept here.
  • Log Out: Players could log out of one account and into another this way.

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