Get Ready To Feel The Rhythm In Akihabara Available Now

Akihabara is a unique combination of intense rhythm and fast-paced puzzles set in the Electric Town of Tokyo! The game requires you to stack and match shapes to 15 original songs and levels, so it’s basically Tetris with funky music.  The game is Developed, and published by JMJ Interactive, and is available for PC and mobile.



You can activate the special “Super Icon” by chaining together multiple “Good” and “Perfect” ratings to fill your Super Charge meter. Once triggered, the Super Icon will destroy everything in a 3×3 grid wherever it lands. Want an even bigger challenge? Try increasing the difficulty settings to see if you can move to Akihabara’s rhythm. Harder difficulty settings increase the minimum amount of icons required to trigger a match:

  • Easy = Three icons
  • Normal = Four icons
  • Hard = Five icons

Experience 10 levels of high-tempo music in Campaign mode, or enjoy individual levels unlocked during your campaign in Single Track mode. Once you complete the campaign, a special bonus “Midnight Mix” mode will be unlocked with five mellow track remixes. Show everyone you’re the ultimate beat master by earning 15 different achievements, and rake in enough points to grab a spot on the cross-platform online leaderboards!


  • Challenge yourself with fast-paced rhythm gameplay.
  • Enjoy carefully crafted graphics, sound, and music.
  • Track your online scores.
  • Earn up to 15 achievements.
  • Master the beat in environments based on Tokyo’s own “Electric Town.”

Akihabara is available on the App Store and Google Play for $2.99, and on Steam and the Windows Store for $6.99. EDM enthusiasts can purchase the game’s soundtrack for $5.99. A deluxe package containing the soundtrack and the game will also available for $9.99 on Steam.

Kriston Daniel

A Chef who loves all things nerd culture relate. Anime, Manga Expert & Podcaster.

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