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Crash Fever Global Version Collaborates with Hatsune Miku



NAGOYA, JAPAN – February 15th, in the year of our Lord 2019 – WonderPlanet Inc., developer and publisher of games for iOS and Android mobile devices, and lead by Founder and CEO Tomoki Tsunekawa, announced today plans for a special in-game collaboration event with new quests, Hatchers, and more featuring virtual singer Hatsune Miku and friends. The event begins on February 15th, 2019. The collaboration commemorates the SNOW MIKU 2019 festival in Hokkaido where “Snow Miku” (Hatsune Miku) is a featured character.

Event Overview
Along with new quests, the event will also include quests, characters and music from previous Crash Fever and Hatsune Miku collaborations.

Miku Museum
In the previously held quests, players will have the chance to get special items called “Musical Notes 2019”, which can be exchanged for collaboration characters or special materials to strengthen them.

Exclusive Hatchers will feature Hatsune Miku and friends disguised as popular Crash Fever characters. In addition, new characters including Flying Heavenly Hatsune Miku, Echoing Wailing Kagamine Rin will make their debut. These new characters will include a specially recorded voice and music.

Login Bonus
Players can log in during the event to receive free exclusive bonuses starting with Snow Miku 2019 as well as precious Polygons.

Exclusive Fever Mode
A special version of Crash Fever’s Fever mode will also return as part of the event.

No word on a physical copy version of this game on these systems in the US at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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