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Submitted by Pozzle 998d ago | news

JPop Music Featured in Free-to-Play "Groove Coaster Zero"

Looking for an iOS game to distract you from family related stress this Thanksgiving. Well, this one will do the trick, while offering a chance to indulge in some nice Jpop music. Popular rhythm game Groove Coaster is back in a new free-to-play variant. And, with possible region restrictions, Groove Coaster Zero features licensed tunes such as Perfume’s Polyrhythm, Kaela Kimura’s Tree Climbers, Niji Rainbow, and Back on My Feet and YMCK’s Kikikaikai. (Android, Groove Coaster, iPad, iPhone, PC)

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