Hello everybody, I've got important and somewhat sad news:
From today on I won't continue adding new events and the like to this wiki.
This probably won't come as a surprise, as I was usually late with new events for the last few months. Personally, I only open the game to get my daily log-in bonus. I haven't played a Live since °C-ute's graduation.
Why won't this wiki be continued? Well, there are several reasons:
- First, and probably the most important reason: I don't find joy in this game anymore. As mentioned I don't play it anymore. While I still don't dare to delete it off my phone I'll probably forget about it soon. Updating the wiki has been a pain since I'm really not interested anymore. Talking about pain...
- I really don't like where t…
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For a few days now a new kind of rarity has been added to the game: Animation Rarity, short AR.
The first new card is Kanazawa Tomoko:
To be honest I'm not exactly sure where to put this new rarity into the succession. I imagine it's at the same level as the VR cards, as they're basically gimmick cards (VRs being voices, ARs being animated.)
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From the latest update on you might have seen this information on your screen (for a few seconds):
Here's a translation for it:
Haro Pro Tap Live is a service in Japan only.
Use outside of Japan will not be covered by the service of this application.
When it is found out [that you're using this app outside of Japan], it is issued to the target customer. The account will also be suspended from this service.
Please acknowledge it beforehand.
Yes, this means that your account might be closed because you're not playing from Japan. I'm not exactly sure why they would be doing this, maybe there's some legal stuff going on, but be prepared. From now on you won't be able to play the game with a non-Japanese ID anymore either. When done loading the game…
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Some days ago (March 29 to be precise) the developers introduced a new song mode: NEXT STAGE, or NEXT for short.
This mode still uses a lot of the typical button tapping that you're used to, but it also introduces two new ways to "tap": Flick and Swipe.
Flick buttons are the ones with the little arrows on them. The idea is simple: Instead of tapping them when they reach the tap area you flick them in the direction they're showing. Means, if an arrow shows left you flick to the left side instead of tapping the button. Swipe are little whirl buttons and work similar to the star buttons in the usual gameplay: You hold the note. The difference is that you end the note at a different button than where it started. You more or less "swipe" your fi…Read more >
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