The Anime! Anime! site streamed another trailer on Wednesday For Whom the Alchemist Exists, the anime film adjustment of The Alchemist Code (Ta ga Tame no Alchemist or For Whom the Alchemist) cell phone game.
The trailer reviews the film‘s signature melody “Namida” (Tears) by Huwie Ishizaki.
The film will hit Japanese theaters on June 14.
Masanori Takahashi (When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace) is coordinating the film. Toshizo Nemoto (Macross Delta, Log Horizon, Space Brothers, Steins;Gate) is composing the screenplay, Chikashi Kadekaru (Juni Taisen: Zodiac War, Scar-red Rider XechS) is planning the characters, and Akiyoshi Yasuda (★STARGUiTAR) is creating the music.
Japanese animation studio Satelight is animating the film. Notwithstanding the signature melody, Huwie Ishizaki is additionally playing out the film’s closure tune “Ano Natsu no Hi no Mahō” (That Summer Day’s Magic).
Macross executive Shoji Kawamori is filling in as chief director on the venture. Kawamori was first associated with the game when he coordinated its opening video, which prompted his inclusion with the film.
The Alchemist Code is a free to play mobile strategy game created by Fuji&gumi Games and gg2 and distributed by gumi Inc., for iOS and Android devices. It was discharged in Japan under the name For Whom the Alchemist Exists (誰ガ為のアルケミスト, ta ga tame no arukemisuto) in January 2016. The worldwide form formally propelled on November 14, 2017.
It is structured as a turn-based strategic pretending diversion, utilizing highlights like titles, for example, Final Fantasy Tactics and Tactics Ogre. The Alchemist Code includes an occupation/class framework where each character has three set employments.
The Alchemist Code utilizes an anime style of art. The character pictures and models, just as the dimension structure and cinematics hold fast to this art style. Ongoing interaction is introduced in a 3D isometric view. In spite of the fact that the content in the worldwide adaptation is in English/French/German/Spanish (depending on your settings), the majority of the voices are in Japanese.
The developing team incorporates senior maker Taku Aizawa, who likewise worked at Brave Exvius. Yoko Shimomura, Shinya Tanaka, and Shigeki Hayashi created the soundtrack, while Shoji Kawamorit worked on the opening animation video.