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The logo for Kingdom Hearts Mobile.

Kingdom Hearts Mobile was a service released in Japan for the Docomo Prime Series-P-01A cell phones. It began on December 15, 2008 and ended on April 30, 2013.

It did not contain any developments to the overall story of the Kingdom Hearts series, but instead was a portal where people could play minigames or download ringtones, wallpapers and other things related to the Kingdom Hearts series.

Players could browse through an area called the "Avatar Kingdom" and visit different areas to explore. While they were in the Avatar Kingdom, they must have had a controllable Avatar. Avatars could be made and customized to each individual's preference. There were outfits, weapons, items and other things that the player could buy for their avatars. In the service, Avatars could also meet up with friends and do activities together or play minigames.[1]

On February 23, 2012, it was announced that Kingdom Hearts Mobile would be discontinued, beginning the following April 30.[2]


The Avatar Kingdom.

There were many separate areas in the "Avatar Kingdom". Here is a list of all of these areas.[3]

  • Event Hall: Connect with people from your friends list and participate together in little events.
  • Point Bank: A place to keep track and save of all your points and Munny that you receive from winning mini-games.
  • Mini Item Shop: A place where Avatars can buy outfits from different characters such as Sora, Maleficent and even Heartless with Munny. These can only be bought after winning certain mini-games, completing events or finishing an episode of Kingdom Hearts coded.
  • Point Item Shop: A place where you can buy different clothes and shoes with your Points. These Items are not from a Kingdom Hearts character. You can also buy different styles of hair and facial features.
  • Mini Game Shop: Buy mini games where you can earn Munny or rare avatar clothes.
  • Information Center: A place that explains the features of Mobile.
  • V Net Room: Customize your profile page, view your friends list, and e-mail other people who have Avatars in Kingdom Hearts Mobile.
  • Point Art Gallery: A place where you can buy different wallpapers, graphics or icons.
  • Awards Area: A place that displays all your personal top-scores.
  • Changing Area: A place where you can change clothing and items on your Avatar.

There is another area that is still under construction.


Pair Card Battle Mini-Game.

  • Magical Canvas: You must find out what the letter is by filling in or crossing out squares. There are numbers along the sides of the canvas like a grid which help the user know how many squares need to be filled in on the certain line.
  • Pair Card Battle: You need to pair matching Heartless cards as fast as you can. You have an HP and Drive Gauge at the top which keep your statistics. If you match a bad pair, your HP goes down. Every time you pair cards or perform combos, the Drive meter fills up.
  • Card Struggle: A Kingdom Hearts version of Spider Solitaire. You must line up the cards from the King to the Ace in the same suit. As the game gets harder more suits show up.
  • Balloon Glider: The Balloon Glider game from Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories is back with Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories graphics. The instructions are still the same. You control Sora and Pooh as they ascend the Hunny Tree collecting Hunny Orbs. You must avoid bees as they will pop your balloons. There are new elements in the game with new characters. Owl flies with big Hunny Orbs, Piglet holds more balloons for Sora if some have been popped, and Tigger is a new threat as his bouncing may pop the balloons.
  • Gummi Ship Studio: Sora must remove groups of Gummi Blocks that are together by color. Removing blocks will cause the blocks on top to fall and more can fall down from the top of the screen. If you leave any blocks behind you lose the game. There are different stages represented by different worlds and feature different colored blocks.
  • Card Struggle II: Another game called Card Struggle that has Sora going up against three characters from a certain world. Players group together same numbered cards and put them in the middle. The other characters can place their own down that are higher than Sora's or pass. Sora always goes first. The joker card which is a Moogle is a wild card that can be paired to any number.
  • Rhythm Parade: A minigame called "Rhythm Parade" where you can play a rhythm action game with the series' music. Well-known characters will appear on-screen alongside your avatar.
  • KH Reversi: An upcoming minigame called KH Reversi. It is the first Mobile game that can be played with two people via the infrared functions of mobile phones. Players can choose between multiple characters and battle against each other.[4]


Kingdom Hearts coded

After the events of a downloadable episode of coded are over, the player was rewarded with new items for Kingdom Hearts Mobile, such as new Avatar outfits or new backgrounds for their avatar.

Episode 1

Darkside (mobile).png
Destiny Islands (mobile).png

Episode 2

Guard Armor (mobile).png
Traverse Town (mobile).png

Episode 3

Trickmaster (mobile).png
Wonderland (mobile).png

Episode 4

Cerberus (mobile).png
Olympus Coliseum (mobile).png

Episode 5

Bandit (mobile).png
Agrabah (mobile).png

Episode 6

Defender (mobile).png
Hollow Bastion (mobile).png

Episode 7

Dusk nobody outfit.

Episode 8


Notes and references

  1. [1] Official Kingdom Hearts Mobile site
  2. [2] Translated announcement from KHInsider
  3. [3] Mobile page on Heartstation.org
  4. [4] Message from the KINGDOM

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