A downloadable game for Windows

Symphonic Arena is a fan game based on the hit anime Senki Zesshou Symphogear. It combines many elements from fighting games such as Guilty Gear with elements from action games like Devil May Cry. This game is currently just a prototype, so a lot of things are still unfinished. I do eventually want to add more modes and characters if I can manage to keep this up! Currently, the only modes available are com vs, local vs, and online vs. There are future modes planned for fighting waves of "noise", akin to DMC's Bloody Palace. 

The game runs at a fixed frame rate and is meant to run at a constant 60fps. Any less, and it runs slower than it should. If you're having frame rate issues, try adjusting the graphics options. Resolution scale and lighting mode seem to make the biggest difference.

Controls and move list are in the pause menu. The game is designed for a controller, but there are keyboard controls too.

Netplay currently requires a direct IPv4 connection, so you'll probably need something like Hamachi to bypass NAT

There are known issues with occasional desyncs when playing online. I'm working on it.

If you think this is cool and want to support me, I do have a ko-fi and a patreon

Updated 20 days ago
AuthorLunar Garde
GenreFighting, Action

Install instructions

Extract the .zip file and run SymphogearGame.exe


SymphonicArena_Prototype_9-18-19.zip 207 MB


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question; can these specs run the demo?

Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU G2010 @  2.80GHz 

Pentium G2010 2.8GHz 

I'm not certain. As far as a CPU, I think it should be fine offline, but if you play online, I'm not sure how well it would deal with heavy rollbacks. If you don't have a graphics card, I don't know how well integrated graphics would run the game, but it has some graphics settings that you could try turning down.

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oh nice!

What are the minimum specs requirements for this game? It runs at like 6 FPS on my machine.

Try messing with the graphics settings. Lowering the resolution scale and changing the lighting mode should make a big difference