Anime streaming giant Crunchyroll just launched its Game Vault which brings a selection of mobile games for anime fans to enjoy.
Crunchyroll is best known for being one of the go-to streaming platforms for the latest anime shows and movies. Now, the platform is expanding into the mobile game space with the Game Vault.
This new service is available now for Crunchyroll Mega and Ultimate Fan members in over 200 countries and territories. The games in the lineup are playable with no ads and no in-app purchases.
Subscribers can play there are five games in the Vault on Android now. Meanwhile, iOS users will be able to play them soon.
The games that are available now include the tactical action game Captain Velvet: The Jump+ Dimensions; beat-em-up action game River City Girls; and single-player RPG Wolfstride; indie visual novel Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery; and food-themed puzzle title inbento.
Get free, unlimited access to a growing library of mobile games with Crunchyroll Game Vault, a new feature now available to Mega Fan and Ultimate Fan members!
— Crunchyroll (@Crunchyroll) November 7, 2023
“Crunchyroll Game Vault is a curated, focused library of premium titles for the global anime fan that loves gaming, adding even more value to Crunchyroll memberships by connecting fans with anime-infused content,” said Terry Li, Executive Vice President of Emerging Business at Crunchyroll. “With Crunchyroll Game Vault, we’re also looking forward to working with international developers to bring their titles to mobile for the first time or introduce existing mobile games to the Crunchyroll community as part of an amazing line-up.”
For those wondering, the Vault is separate from the platform’s publishing arm — Crunchyroll Games. This division is dedicated for anime games like My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero and the upcoming One Punch Man: World.