Fishing license holders are already getting a taste of this year’s anime season with the launch of a brand new app that lets users enjoy anime on a smartphone.
Fishing license holders and the public will soon be able to enjoy anime from the likes of Oreimo, A Certain Scientific Railgun, and The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya on their phones, with the apps being developed by Mobile Fish and Mobile Game Company.
Mobile Fish has partnered with Mobile Game Studio to develop the apps, with both companies collaborating on the development.
It was announced on Monday that Mobile Fish will release the Android apps in Japan on March 16.
The mobile apps will let users enjoy a variety of anime content from anime, manga, and anime-related websites.
Users will be able create their own anime series using the Mobile Fish website and have access to a list of anime anime characters, and access to the Mobile Game Studios’ anime database.
Mobile Fish is also partnering with a number of anime publishers to offer anime series, like NIS America and Bandai Namco Entertainment Japan.
Mobile Game Store, which will be available in Japan from March 16, will be offering a selection of anime series that are available for purchase, with Mobile Fish selling a selection to the public.
Fishermen can view anime characters in the game by selecting them from the character screen, which includes a selection in each anime’s style, colour and background.
They can also click on a character to get a preview of the anime’s anime page.
A certain scientific railroadgun manga is a visual novel, which uses an anime-style aesthetic and plot to convey a realistic world of science.
The anime license holder will be offered free access to all the mobile apps from the Mobile Gaming Studios website starting March 16 at 12:01 a.m.
The mobile apps are compatible with both Android and iOS devices.
The release of the apps coincides with the release of several new anime series on the Mobile Games website.
It is unclear if these new anime titles will be compatible with the app, as the official Mobile Fish site has no information about these new titles.