KLab Distributes JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Mobile Game Worldwide – News

KLab It announced Thursday that it has acquired the rights to distribute the upcoming mobile game from Shanghai-based Shengqu Games, based on an anime adaptation of Hirohiko Arakithat it JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga all over the world outside of Japan.

Shengqu Games announced in August 2020 that the game will launch in mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. Companies launched a Website for the sake of playing.

David’s production He produced an anime television series for the first five parts of the original Araki manga. The company released the first part of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Ocean of Stoneanime based on the sixth part, on Netflix On December 1. Crunchy Roll stream David’s productionis the former JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Anime as they aired. Viz Media The anime is being released in North America and has been released until JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind. Viz Media The manga is also published in English.

The manga has completed the eighth part Guglione In August and celebrates its thirty-fifth anniversary with jo jo magazine March 19.

Araki spin-off manga This is how I spoke to Keshep Rohan (Keshep Rohan wa Ojokanai) has also inspired several OVA and two live mini-series. Netflix The anime began streaming worldwide in February 2021. The two reality mini-series aired in Japan in December 2020 and December 2021.

Source: press release

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