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PriPara (プリパラ) is a Japanese arcade game made to replace the Pretty Rhythm arcade machines across Japan. PriTickets were introduced as the new way for players to dress their in-game idols, in which a QR Code (located on one corner of a ticket) containing data for a coord is scanned into the machine. The game play appears to be similar to the Pretty Rhythm games, being a coord collection and rhythm-based game.
Prism Stones previously used in the Pretty Rhythm arcade game and the game for the 3DS are compatible with the PriPara arcade system, so they can be used along with the new PriTickets.
PriPara was launched on July 10, 2014. It was developed by Syn Sophia and published by Takara Tomy.
The coords used in the arcade games earn you more points based on how "rare" they are. Here is the rarity scale, in order from lowest to highest.
- Super Rare
- PriPara Rare
- Cyalume Rare
- Super Cyalume Rare
Each coord has a special style that is followed by many characteristics of a certain brand.
See Category:Collection to see a complete list of all coord collections.
- Twinkle Ribbon
- Candy Alamode
- Holic Trick
- Dreaming Girl
- Prism Stone (Brand)
- Pretty Rhythm
- Baby Monster
- Fortune Party
- Marionette Mu
- Silky Heart
- Holic Trick Classic
- CoCo Flower
- Candy Alamode More
- Brilliant Prince
- Rosette Jewel
- The Cyalume Rare division of the rarity chart is reserved only for Cyalume Change Coords.
- In the 2014 1st Live Collection, Holic Trick's coord releases were delayed until late August 2014.
- After the 2014 2nd Live Collection, the Cyalume Gauge is easier to fill up.