Following today’s announcement of the iOS and Android version of Alliance Alive HD remastered by FuRyu, Ys VI: Napishtim’s Ark has now been announced for iOS and Android in Japan. On iOS and Android, players have already unlocked two big games with Ys I and Ys II Chronicles thanks to Dotemu. As for console and PC, publishers such as XSEED Games and NIS America have gradually introduced the series in the West. So far, Ys VI: Napishtim’s Ark has only been announced for Japan on iOS and Android. These releases were followed in 2015 by a PC port for XSEED Games, currently the only digital version of the game on a modern system. If you’ve played Ys Origin or Ys The Oath on Felghana, both games are based on the systems introduced in Ys VI: Napishtim’s Ark. Dengeki Online reports that Ys VI: Napishtim’s Ark will be available for iOS and Android in 2021 via Manhattan Project. If you’ve never played a Ys game before, check out iOS, Android and Nintendo Switch because you won’t regret it. Like most Ys games, Ys VI: Napishtim’s Ark Adol follows a long adventure as he gets stuck on a new island. Meanwhile, Ys VIII has been announced for mobile devices, but a release date has yet to be confirmed. Nihon Falcom’s action series, the Ys role-playing game, has a long history on many platforms since the first game was released in 1987. Ys VI: Napishtim’s Ark first appeared in the West for the PS2 and was finally released for the PSP. At this point, no more information is known. The news from this port caused me to reinstall Steam to see what I was playing for Christmas. I’m hoping it will stream worldwide, because there’s already room for it. Some of the XenForo features were designed by Audentio Design.