Sad news for Tsukiuta and TSUKIPRO’s fans.
Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that Tsukino Paradise (best known as TsukiPara) is going to stop distribution on 05/02/2020.
The announcement was made through the game’s official twitter account with no explanation behind the end of distribution, only a thank you to all the fans that have been supporting the game throughout all these years.
— アプリ「ツキパラ。」公式ツイッター (@tsukipara_app) December 6, 2019
The game launched in 2016, featuring Tsukiuta and TSUKIPRO’s groups and betting heavily on its unique rhythm game qualities (i.e sections with different speeds within a song). It features a varied catalogue of tracks that fans can play, some released for free and others playable after using in-game earned currency to unlock them.
According to Bandai Namco Entertainment, before the game is officially closed, the game’s final event ツキパラ。FINALイベント (Tsukipara. Final Event) is playable.