Get Ready to Flick Again! with “Miku Flick/02”

Sunday, July 22nd, 2012

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Don’t have enough Miku in your life?  I know I don’t.  Well, get ready to Flick with Miku all over again in her upcoming iOS sequel Miku Flick/02! (or as Miku likes to say, “Zero Two!”)

For those of you out of the loop, Miku Flick is a Rhythm Action Game made for iOS and developed by Sega. Much like other Miku rhythm games, the player follows along with Miku as she sings and helps her complete the song. The player does this by “Flicking” his or hers fingers across the Japanese keypad during Miku’s audio cues. It might seem hard, but it’s actually not that difficult and can be quite addicting!

The Sequel Miku Flick/02 will come with a bunch of new Flicking features such as:

  • New singers like Rin & Ren, Kagamine, and Luka Magurine.
  • A brand new “EXTREME MODE” for all you crazy Flickers out there.
  • DLC for additional Flicking songs and costumes (which of course will cost extra).
  • And finally a “REPLAY MODE” to show all your friends just how good of a Flicker you really are! (Ok I’ll stop now)

But seriously Miku Flick/02 seems to be hitting me in all the right places and I look forward to flicking with Miku again soon. (damn it couldn’t resist!)

Check out more Flicking information at the English Website. When released Miku Flick/02 will be available for $10.99 US on the iPhone 4 and 4S, iPad, iPad2, and the iPod Touch G3 and up (but not for the G3 8GB model). You can also check out the first Miku Flick game right now here, which also cost $10.99 US.




  • I know I don’t have enough Miku in my life. Who’s Miku? I don’t know. Some Japanese anime star from what I can gather.

  • She is pretty much the Goddess of Japan right now and she is not even real. They even have live Concerts with a her singing, kind of like how the Gorillas do it.
    Link: http://youtu.be/8DiJosB8WNU
    Its Crazy