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THE iDOLM@STER MILLION LIVE! THEATER DAYS (アイドルマスターミリオンライブ!シアターデイズ Aidorumasutaa Mirion Raibu! Shiata Deizu?) also known as Mirishita (ミリシタ?) is a spin-off free-to-play rhythm game distributed by Bandai Namco Entertainment for mobile devices based on THE iDOLM@STER: Million Live! franchise.

Both Android and iOS versions are released on June 29, 2017.


After the success of the original 765 Production idols, the president of 765 gives the Producer a new project: the 39 (pronounced sankyuu, or "thank you") Project, consisting of 39 girls. Helping the Producer is a new secretary, Misaki Aoba.


The game is a rhythm game where players tap notes in the rhythm of the background music. Different kinds of notes will be brought in to show how each icon must be tapped; these include simply tapping the icon, tapping and holding down the icon, tapping and flicking a certain direction, tapping two icons simultaneously, and tapping and sliding a certain direction. Different amounts of notes can appear during gameplay with a minimum of two and a maximum of six.

Additionally, after reaching level 5, the player can use a fixed amount of 20 energy to Work. The player can select Princess, Fairy, Angel, or All type work; upon selecting, a random girl from that type (or any type from All) appears, and the player gains affection and fans for her, alongside instant rewards. Occasionally, a communication- styled after communications from the main series- with the girl will appear and the player will get extra bonuses based on dialogue choices.

The player can also navigate the theater and offices to find girls to interact with: if a girl has a "..." bubble over her head this will reward the player with items and affection. Idols can also interact with each other. Finding the right idol to interact with is key to unlocking new main story commus.


There are a total of six note types: simply tapping the icon, tapping and holding down the icon, flicking a certain direction, tapping two icons simultaneously, and tapping and sliding a certain direction.

Theater Days offers two different types of Lives for the player to choose from: Horizontal Lives, which shows all the idols in team selected, and Vertical Lives, which only show the idol who is set as the center for the team selected.

The player can choose any song that they currently have unlocked. Each song has one of four attribute: Princess, Fairy, Angel, and All Type. Unlike Starlight Stage, where there is set number of lanes, Theater Days has difficulty increase with the number of lanes which can increase to up to six lanes. The difficulties for Horizontal Lives are: 2MIX, 4MIX, 6MIX, and Million MIX. The difficulties for Vertical Lives are: 2MIX, and 2MIX+. Players can also use Auto Live and Rehearsal mode, but you won't earn any rewards, but only event points.

Live costumes

When playing a live or playing a music video, players can select costumes for each character. In the initial state, only "Shiny Trinity" can be used. Players can earn clothes within live or job rewards, by getting an SSR card at Gacha, or through events.


In Theater Days, the player can do work with their idols after they reach Level 5. Here, players are able to communicate with the idols and earn rewards. It is recommended to do it when there is not enough leisure time to play the rhythm game.


The stage of the game. It consists of four rooms: Entrance, Office, Waiting room, and Dress Up room, where players can interact with the idols in each room. In addition, the time in the game is partly linked with the time in the real world, and each time the game is played, the idols in each room changes, and the background also becomes a different direction depending on the time zone. Interaction with idols is possible by touching the idols in each room. Through interacting with the idols, you can fill up the Producer Point gauge, which gives you rewards when it is full The idols' response will change also by raising the love of the idols in live and job. In addition to this, players can also check idols' blogs and emails in the game.

In addition to above features, there are also elements to interact with other players, such as "Lounge" where players make friend and "Flower Stand" system to give each other a gift.


There are three types of stories that you can unlock:

Main Story

The main story has the player work at 765 Production as the idol's Producer. Each chapter is broken up into three parts: Prologue, Main Story, and the Epilogue. The chapter's are fully voiced with each member's voice actress, and in order to unlock new chapters the player must either level up to the required level or wait for new chapters to be released. Each chapter in the main story unlocks a song.

Side Stories

Every idol has three types of side stories: Memorials, Episodes, and Outfit Episodes. Memorials are unlocked through gaining a certain amount of affection points for an idol, episodes are unlocked through awakening an idol's card, and outfit episodes are only available to idols with SSRs and are unlocked by liking their SSR blog post and then interacting with them.

Event Stories

Sometimes, events will come with new story to read. The chapters are unlocked through reaching certain point requirements. Each event story is made up of an opening, six chapters, and the ending.

Special and Etc. Stories

These stories are released when there is a special event related to the game's franchise.


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The gacha is used to scout for new idols and to obtain cards using million jewels or gacha medals as currency. SSR cards unlock special outfits that can be viewed through the 3D mode in lives and can be used on any card rarity as long as it pertains to the particular girl.

Platinum Gacha

In the regular Platinum Gacha, players can scout for Rare, Super Rare, and Super Super Rare cards using million jewels as currency. It costs 250 million jewels for 1 scout and 2500 million jewels for 10 scouts. A player can also scout once per day with 60 paid jewels. In a 10 scout, the tenth card in the scout is either a SR card at 97% or a SSR card at 3%.

A new Platinum Gacha appears three times a month featuring a new permanent SSR card and SR card with the featured cards having a higher appearance rate than other cards in the gacha. Sometimes, there will be an additional limited SSR card.

Medal Gacha

In the Medal Gacha, players can scout for Rare, Super Rare, and Super Super Rare cards, and costumes using gacha medals as currency. It costs one medal to draw and every 100 medal points earn the player one gacha medal. Medal points are earned from Lives or Work. However, gacha medals expire after one week of owning it.


This gacha is released rarely. In this gacha, the chances of getting an SSR are increased, and some MILLION FES limited cards are introduced.

Appearance Rates

Here are the appearance rates for each rarity:

Rarity Appearance Rates
Platinum Gacha3.000%12.000%85.000%
MILLION FES Gacha6.000%12.000%82.000%


The following 52 idols are divided into three new idol attributes which are greatly changed from the original THE iDOLM@STER: Million Live!. Formerly, each attribute was Vocal, Dance, and Visual, but it was changed to Princess, Fairy, and Angel. The characters who appeared in the original game, including two new characters, are available as playable characters.

Haruka portal
Haruka Amami
Yukiho portal
Yukiho Hagiwara
Makoto portal
Makoto Kikuchi
Hibiki portal
Hibiki Ganaha
Mirai portal
Mirai Kasuga
Kotoha portal
Kotoha Tanaka
Minako portal
Minako Satake
Matsuri portal
Matsuri Tokugawa
Yuriko portal
Yuriko Nanao
Sayoko portal
Sayoko Takayama
Arisa portal
Arisa Matsuda
Umi portal
Umi Kousaka
Iku portal
Iku Nakatani
Emily portal
Emily Stewart
Kana portal
Kana Yabuki
Nao portal
Nao Yokoyama
Noriko portal
Noriko Fukuda
Chihaya portal
Chihaya Kisaragi
Iori portal
Iori Minase
Takane portal
Takane Shijou
Ritsuko portal
Ritsuko Akizuki
Shizuka portal
Shizuka Mogami
Megumi portal
Megumi Tokoro
Roco portal
Roco Handa
Tomoka portal
Tomoka Tenkubashi
Shiho portal
Shiho Kitazawa
Ayumu portal
Ayumu Maihama
Chizuru portal
Chizuru Nikaido
Mizuki portal
Mizuki Makabe
Rio portal
Rio Momose
Subaru portal
Subaru Nagayoshi
Momoko portal
Momoko Suou
Julia portal
Tsumugi portal
Tsumugi Shiraishi
Miki portal
Miki Hoshii
Yayoi portal
Yayoi Takatsuki
Azusa portal
Azusa Miura
Ami portal
Ami Futami
Mami portal
Mami Futami
Tsubasa portal
Tsubasa Ibuki
Elena portal
Elena Shimabara
Serika portal
Serika Hakozaki
Akane portal
Akane Nonohara
Anna portal
Anna Mochizuki
Hinata portal
Hinata Kinoshita
Konomi portal
Konomi Baba
Tamaki portal
Tamaki Ogami
Fuka portal
Fuka Toyokawa
Miya portal
Miya Miyao
Karen portal
Karen Shinomiya
Reika portal
Reika Kitakami
Kaori portal
Kaori Sakuramori

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