Tokyo, Japan, – KLab Inc., a leader in online mobile games, announced that the music for its head-to-head football simulation game Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team will be available to download from digital music stores worldwide for the first time starting Thursday, May 20.
A total of 71 songs from 5 albums will be released this time including familiar game title songs and battle songs as well as the theme songs of the players that appear in the game. The music is content that not just Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team players can enjoy but also fans that have yet to play the games. Be sure to give the music a listen!
A team of sound professionals at KLab Inc. that produces music for each of KLab Games’ titles, such as Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team, and implements them in game engines and middleware. The team also provides music to artists, performs live concerts in Japan, overseas, and at vocational schools. In addition, the KLab Sound Team engages in various projects including lectures and planning/management of external study sessions.
The KLab Sound Team is in charge of the production and main performance of all songs for this album.
Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/klabsoundteam
Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team 4th Anniversary Pre-Event Campaign
Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team kicked off its special 4th Anniversary countdown campaign on Friday, May 21 in commemoration of four years since the game launched in Japan. Players will be able to enjoy login bonuses, event missions, a Daily Free 10-Player Transfer, and much more! Check out the in-game notices, official website, and social media accounts for more details.
Created by Yoichi Takahashi, Captain Tsubasa is a Japanese manga that centers on the sport of football. Since premiering in Shueisha’s landmark manga anthology Weekly Shonen Jump in 1981, the series has grown into a legend that has inspired and delighted countless football fans around the world for decades.
Even after the end of the initial serialization, the story has continued to evolve with new works highlighting the growth and development of main character Tsubasa Ozora. The series’ popularity continues to thrive, with Captain Tsubasa Rising Sun finishing its appearance in Shueisha’s manga anthology, Grand Jump in 2019, and a special issue called Captain Tsubasa Magazine began serialization in 2020.
The series has sold over 70 million volumes in Japan alone. Captain Tsubasa’s popularity extends beyond borders, having been translated and published around the world in 20 languages, finding fans and winning the hearts of football lovers around the globe.
Overview of Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team
Title: Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team
Supported OSes: Android™ 4.4+, iOS 10.0+
* Not available on some devices.
Genre: Head-to-head football simulation game
Released: June 13, 2017
Price: Free-to-play (In-app purchases available)
Supported Regions: Global (Excludes Japan and Mainland China)
Supported Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Traditional
Chinese, Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, and Thai
Official Website: https://www.tsubasa-dreamteam.com/en
Official Twitter Account: @tsubasaDT_en
Official Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/tsubasaDTen
Official YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTgOPO7kIQ35YzB7SBIQoWQ/
Official Discord Channel: https://discord.gg/6tyEs48
Copyright: ©Yoichi Takahashi/SHUEISHA
©Yoichi Takahashi/SHUEISHA/TV TOKYO/ENOKIFILM
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