Hana Yori Dango: F4 and First Kiss (花より男子~F4とファーストキス~ Hana Yori Dango ~F4 to Fāsutokisu~) is a mobile phone game published by Voltage. It was released on July 3, 2015 in Japan. The game was downloadable on the App Store, Google Play, and Mobage for Japanese users.[1][2]

The game was announced on Voltage's website on May 20, 2015. It is based on the manga, Boys Over Flowers by Yoko Kamio. Kamio helped supervise the project as well as doing the character designs.[3][4] Voltage ended the game's service on December 18, 2017, after an announcement on the its second anniversary.[5]

The story follows the player's character, who has recently met her wealthy father and begins attending Eitoku Academy. She has the choice to date the F4 members, Tsukasa Domyoji, Rui Hanazawa, Sojiro Nishikado, and Akira Mimasaka. Two new characters, Takumi Kiritani and Kodai Sawashiro, were later added.


The story begins when the mother of the player's character dies and she meets her millionaire father, Kyoya Shinomiya (篠宮 恭哉 () ) for the first time. She moves into her father's mansion, where Takumi Kiritani works as a butler. She attends Eitoku Academy and becomes a target of the F4. Tsukushi Makino befriends the player's character at this point.[6]

Game play


L-to-R: Akira Mimasaka, Tsukasa Domyoji, Rui Hanazawa, and Sojiro Nishikado


New characters: Takumi Kiritani and Kodai Sawashiro

The player initially had the choice of four routes, Tsukasa Domyoji, Rui Hanazawa, Sojiro Nishikado, and Akira Mimasaka. Kiritani, the character's butler, was released in September 2015,[7] followed by Kodai Sawashiro, a friend of the player's character, in November.[8][9] Four new love interests, called the S4, were later introduced.[10] The new characters were all designed by Yoko Kamio.[11]

The objective of the game was to proceed through the story, and eventually reach the "Super Happy Ending". Love passes were required to continue reading the story. Five were usually given free everyday, but the player could purchase more. The player also had to pass through two obstacles in order to proceed, called "princess degree check" and "dress code check". Princess degree was normally acquired through winning "princess battles" and greeting other players, or could be obtained by spending diamonds (in-game currency). To pass the dress code check, the player could either choose the "normal" or "special" route. The special route always cost diamonds.

The player could also play the mini-game, "Gacha" to win clothing or room items. Various events were held monthly, giving the users an opportunity to read limited time stories.

Items could be purchased for the player's avatar and room. Purchasing such items usually helped the player continue on through the story. Two limited avatar items were available with a serial code provided in the first volume of Boys Over Flowers Season 2 and two issues of Margaret in 2015.[12] Various digital items related to Hana Yori Dango: The Musical were released in the game for a limited time during January 2016.


Tsukasa was featured as the game's icon from July 2015 until an update in late November.[13] It was changed to Sojiro for Android and Google Play, and Rui for iOS and Mobage to reflect the Christmas season as well as Sojiro's birthday. After Sojiro's birthday event, the icon was changed to Rui Hanazawa on Android and Google Play also. On February 22, 2016, the icon was changed to Akira for his birthday event. It was changed again in May 2016 to Sojiro. The next icon pictured Rui and Tsukasa from June 2016 to June 2017. The last icon of the app featured chibi versions of the F4 celebrating.

Character appearances

New characters



Part of the booth at the Tokyo Game Show

On September 19, 2015, a thirty-second commercial for the game began airing nationwide and ended its run on October 31.[15]



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