|Game Size||Varies with device. At least 69M.|
|Required Android version||4.4 and up|
|Number of installations||1,000,000+|
The Azur Lane universe is a paradise for lovers of charming anime girls.
Even if you’ve never heard of Azur Lane, you’ve probably seen a lot of fan art with its characters. The heroines here are girls-turned-World War II-era ships. They’re all broken down by the nations that took part in the war, but they’re not directly called Americans, British, Germans, or others – instead, the game features the Eagle Union, the Royal Navy, and other such names.
According to the plot, representatives of different nations were invited to participate in a joint military exercise broadcast to the whole world. According to the organizer, this event will allow the girls to learn more about each other and unite. They have the same every time during the quest: to collect the mysterious cubes floating in the ocean – but the player does not take any part in it. He only reads the description of how the heroines are looking for cubes, and one of them near the end of the chapter is the winner.
Initially, only two heroes are available to the player, Shimakaze and Suruga, for whom Azur Lane: Crosswave is their debut. The other girls are already familiar to fans. The game decided to add not everyone – there are only 29 playable ships, and another 35 provide only support. That is, you choose six characters for your team (no restrictions, except that sometimes you have to change them if they temporarily become enemies), but you only see three of them on the battlefield. Such budget savings – three-dimensional models created for only a couple dozen girls.
You can buy heroes for currency issued after each battle. After purchase, they all turn out to be only the first level, but they are pumped even if they are lying idly in the inventory. Each of them has its own equipment, including torpedoes, machine guns, camouflages, and parts of ships that affect strength, health, and reload speed. You can buy all this for gold, which is given out by the ton, and upgrades are done with materials – they fall out both at the end of each mission and from the chests mentioned above.
The perfect game about sea battles, as you always imagined it to be!
- A unique blend of RPG genre, 2D shooter, and strategy combined in an anime game with a colorful design;
- Simple and intuitive gameplay based on the 2D side-scroller that is the main feature of Azur Lane!
- Assemble up to six ships in a flotilla, fight your way through enemy fire and defeat them!
- Manual and automatic control of ships in battle is available. Choose any!
- Build your fleet. Azur Lane features a huge number of warships from around the world.
- More than 300 ships, each with unique characteristics and represented by a cute character.
- Live2D interaction technology is available for some characters.
Can you crush the enemy and liberate nations around the world? Will your tactics work?
Got a problem? Visit https://azurlane.yo-star.com/#/ or https://forum.worldofwarships.com/topic/140777-azur-lane-discussion-thread/ or contact developers in-game by going to
Settings > Help & Support.