Kadokawa Games shared a new trailer for the PS Vita version of KanColle Kai, and with it comes confirmation of a new release date that will hopefully be its last. Originally set for May, Kai was previously pushed back to August 27, and then further to November 26. Now it's set to arrive in Japan on February 18, 2016, and you can see the latest promo after the jump.
The KanColle browser game got an update on September 25th that was headlined by the introduction of a new second upgrade for Shoukaku Class Standard Carrier Shoukaku. She was joined by new fall themed yukata CG for seven ship girls and more seasonal voices for 14 other Kanmusu, Get a look after the jump.
It's been two weeks since the KanColle browser game started introducing fall CG and they have an update planned for September 25th with more yukata art and a new upgrade for Shoukaku. However, in honor of the last day of summer, German destroyer Z1 Leberecht Maass got special Oktoberfest CG from Strike Witches' Shimada Fumikane. Get a look after the jump.
At this week's Tokyo Game Show, DMM.com POWERCHORD STUDIO announced plans to port (port? get it?!) the KanColle ship girl browser game to the Android platform. Scheduled for winter, the new version will share account information and data with the Flash client.
KanColle's summer event was taken offline in the last maintainence and in its place, last night, the browser introduced its fall accouterments, including seasonal furniture, voice lines for 45 Kanmusu and festival yukata for nine of the ship girls. Get a look after the jump.
In another sign that summer is over, tonight, the KanColle browser game concluded its 2015 seasonal event. Kaunched August 10th and ended September 7th, "Counterattack! The Second Operation" introduced a half-dozen new ship girls, plus a few new enemies. Get a look after the jump.
Move over, Touhou Project! While the doujin bishoujo bullet hell shooter with a ton of cute girl characters from various varieties of supernatural distinction is still very well represented at Japan's largest doujinshi event, the ship girls of KanColle held their position as Comiket champions at last weekend's 88th fan-manga mega-event. More after the jump.