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Monday, June 18, 2018

Oira song list


Available for download and playable on iOS and Android devices on April 1 2018 only, the Oira (オイラ) app is part of the April Fools 2018 shenanigans for Cygames' hit mobile RPG Granblue Fantasy. The ominous dimly-lit face on the title screen is that of "Oira"(オイラ), the wonky humanoid form of GF's series mascot and dragon Vyrn (ビィ) as seen in some official media like the 4-koma comics and past April Fools events. The visual premise is to roll "Oira" into a Don-chan-like drum shape (sometimes with uber-buff arms and legs), and giving all notes the "Oira" face as well.

The game features actually playable Taiko no Tatsujin-style notecharts for 15 songs from the Granblue Fantasy series. Songs that already appeared in actual Taiko no Tatsujin (Kimi to Boku no Mirai and Sora no Michishirube) also get exclusive notecharts just for this game. Unlike most modern Taiko no Tatsujin games though, most songs only have two to three difficulties. Each song either comes with a set of fully choreographed custom dancers, or features a tense battle between the Drum Master-class character and a fearsome GF enemy. After each play, you also have a choice to share your performance on your social media, with special result-image template exclusive to each difficulty (not just each song).

There is good evidence that instead of just a one-way mock-up by the GF makers, this game is also recognized by Taiko Team: Cygames has openly stated that the app is made in supervision by Bandai Namco Entertainment in an official news post, and BNE is also listed as a "Special Thanks" in the ending credits. Kinda puts it into perspective when 2018 was the most underwhelming April Fools Taiko no Tatsujin has had for years.

No. of songs    15

Note: The difficulty names are actually EASY, NORMAL, HARD, EXTREME and MANIAC in order, but we are using the normal Taiko difficulty icons here due to spacing limitations.


KuroVyrn no Tsubasa


Kimi to Boku no Mirai


Sora no Michishirube


Sanba-garasu Otoko-uta




Yozora no Shizuku


Never Ending Fantasy


Mahou no Note


Nanoka Kakete Sekai o Tsukuru Yori Kawaii Onna no Ko Hitori Tsukutta Hou ga Ii


Sora no Parade


The Dragon Knights


Cafe de Party Night
  Us Solving Captain's Troubles In Literally Seconds Version SP


Souku Hana no Mai


Kurogin no Tsubasa


The Ultimate


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