Weekly Shonen Jump Jikkyo Janjan Stadium

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Weekly Shonen Jump Jikkyo Janjan Stadium (週刊少年ジャンプ 実況ジャンジャンスタジアム Shūkan Shōnen Janpu Jikkyō Janjan Sutajiamu) was a free-to-play mobile action game for Android and iOS developed by Konami Digital Entertainment.

The game released on August 2, 2018 and the service was terminated on August 26, 2019.

It included a crossover of various characters from Weekly Shonen Jump in commemoration of the magazine's 50th anniversary. Characters from 39 works appeared in the game at launch, but more were added sequentially following release. There were 54 playable characters in the end.

Gameplay

Weekly Shonen Jump Jikkyo Janjan Stadium was a battle royale game that allowed up to four players to fight online using characters portrayed in a chibi style. Players could either attack, jump, or perform a strong special technique (SP moves) with simple one-button controls.

The game had a "Live Broadcasting System" with a narrator announcing what was happening in each battle, which enhanced the match’s sense of realism.

Players battled on a small arena with platforms. Although players had a health bar, it was also possible to defeat opponents by launching them off the stage and out of bounds.

Characters were capable of leveling up from one to 50. By equipping various cards named "Hero's Memory", players could increase the stats of their characters and acquire new skills. Characters could have up to three Hero's Memory equipped. Each one depicted a unique panel from any of the manga in the game and also had their own unique effects such as increasing the amount of consecutive jumps a character can do, or increasing knockback. However, the unique skill effects would only activate if the series of the card matched the character it was equipped to.

There were twelve stages in the game with various generic scenery. Unlike other mobile gacha games, Jump Stadium did not have a stamina gauge, so players were able to play as much as they wanted.

Characters

Playable Characters (54)

1970s
Hiroshi & Pyonkichi
Hiroshi & Pyonkichi
Kankichi Ryotsu
Kankichi Ryotsu
Ryuji Takane
Ryuji Takane
Kinnikuman
Kinnikuman
1980s
Arale Norimaki
Arale Norimaki
Hitomi Kisugi
Hitomi Kisugi
Jun Kazami
Jun Kazami
Yoroshiku Mechadoc
Wing-Man
Wing-Man
Son Goku
Son Goku
Ryo Saeba
Ryo Saeba
Momotaro Tsurugi
Momotaro Tsurugi
Pegasus Seiya
Pegasus Seiya
Kenichi Kokuho
Kenichi Kokuho
Dark Schneider
Dark Schneider
Taison Maeda
Taison Maeda
1990s
Keiji Maeda
Keiji Maeda
Taro Yamada
Taro Yamada
Chinyuki
Yusuke Urameshi
Yusuke Urameshi
Fusuke
Fusuke
Meisuke Nueno
Meisuke Nueno
Kenshin Himura
Kenshin Himura
Masaru Hananakajima
Masaru Hananakajima
Yugi Moto & Dark Magician
Yugi Moto & Dark Magician
Tenten
Tenten
Hanasaka Tenshi Tenten-kun
Monkey D. Luffy
Monkey D. Luffy
Gon Freecss
Gon Freecss
Naruto Uzumaki
Naruto Uzumaki
2000s
Train Heartnet
Train Heartnet
Jaguar Junichi
Jaguar Junichi
Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo
Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo
Ichigo Kurosaki
Ichigo Kurosaki
Kazuki Muto
Kazuki Muto
Light Yagami & Ryuk
Light Yagami & Ryuk
Gintoki Sakata
Gintoki Sakata
Tsuna Sawada & Reborn
Tsuna Sawada & Reborn
Allen Walker
Allen Walker
Yusuke Fujisaki
Yusuke Fujisaki
Toriko
Toriko
2010s
Tatsumi Oga & Baby Beel
Tatsumi Oga & Baby Beel
Yuma Kuga
Yuma Kuga
Izuku Midoriya
Izuku Midoriya

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