The official Twitter account of Shogakukan‘s magazine revealed on Sunday the title of the new manga adaptation of the mobile game. The new spinoff gag manga by Naoki Shibata is titled PisuPisu☆SupiSupi Golshi-chan, featuring Gold Ship as a kindergartener. The manga will launch on the Weekly CoroCoro Comic website later this month.
The first 13-episode television anime season premiered in April 2018. Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired in Japan. A “BNW no Chikai” (BNW’s Oath) anime came bundled with the television anime’s fourth Blu-ray Disc volume in December 2018. The second season of the main television anime premiered in January 2021. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan. The third season of the anime debuted on October 4.
The net anime debuted in April on YouTube. The net anime depicts T.M. Opera O, Admire Vega, Narita Top Road, and other Uma Musume (Horse Girls) going head-to-head to win Classic competitions.
The franchise‘s spinoff manga series also inspired its own television anime that premiered in July 2020 and ended in September 2020.
Cygames is also publishing several other spinoff manga for the franchise on , including : Haru Urara Ganbaru! and Starting Gate: .
The game launched in February 2021 for iOS and Android. The game was originally slated for a release in winter 2018, and was delayed in order to raise the game’s quality. The game released on PC via DMM Games in March 2021.
The game’s concept begins with Uma Musume (Horse Girls), girls endowed with excellent running capability, and who aim to become top idols and compete in the national sports entertainment show “Twinkle Series.” Players take the role of both teacher and trainer for the girls in the Nihon Uma Musume Training Center Gakuen (Japan Horse Girls Training Center Academy) and help them make their debut.
A special anime commemorating the first anniversary of the game debuted online in February 2022.
Sources: CoroCoro Comic‘s X/Twitter account, franchise‘s YouTube channel