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Skullgirls Mobile is a free-to-play mobile spin-off/prequel of the original Skullgirls developed by Hidden Variable Studios. It was released for iOS and Android under LINE Corporation on May 25th, 2017.

On January 15th, 2018, LINE Corporation separated from Autumn Games and Hidden Variable Studios, resulting in the LINE version of Skullgirls Mobile becoming inactive permanently.[1] The game was subsequently re-released under Autumn Games on January 18th, 2018.[2]

There are three game modes: Story, Prize Fights, and Daily Events.


Including the game's tutorial, the story of Skullgirls Mobile is told in the style of a visual novel, interspersed with a series of matches, and is set before the events of Skullgirls.

Main Story

In the tutorial, the player is introduced as having has just awoken after being experimented on by Brain Drain and Valentine at Lab 0. She tests the player's movements, introducing basic controls of the game.

Part 1: Egret Boot Camp

Having escaped Lab 0 thanks to Valentine, the player joins the Black Egrets and trains with Princess Parasoul to further understand the game's mechanics.

Part 2: A Fishbone to Pick

The player investigates Little Innsmouth to find out what the Fishbone Gang is up to.

Part 3: Who's The Boss?

The player tails Andy Anvil to see who he is after.

Part 4: Going All In

Having identified the real threat to New Meridian, the Black Egrets and the player infiltrate the River King Casino and "scrounge up some incriminating dirt".

Part 5: Ascent of a Woman

The Black Egrets and the player ascend New Meridian's tallest tower and take on the deadliest crime organization in the city.

Origin Stories

Introduced in Update 1.3[3], these delve into the backstories of the Skullgirls characters. Every fight within an Origin Story requires a Fighter of that story’s character type.

Meaner. Better. Faster. Stronger

Peacock's Origin Story, added on July 31st, 2017. This chapter covers her rescue from slavers by the Anti-Skullgirl Labs and her willing transformation into a soldier by Lab 8.

Beating the Odds

Big Band's Origin Story, added on September 4th, 2017. This act concerns Ben Birdland who was betrayed by the corrupt police force, before being modified as an Anti-Skullgirl soldier by Lab 8.

Growing Pains

Painwheel's Origin Story, added on September 29th, 2017. Carol awakens as Painwheel and has her abilities tested by Lab 0 while struggling to maintain her free will.

Last Hope

Valentine's Origin Story, added on November 15th, 2017. Valentine embarks on a mission with the rest of the Last Hope to take down the Skullgirl and her shape-shifting cohort.

​Main Attraction

Cerebella's Origin Story, added on December 21st, 2017. This chapter takes place a year prior to Skullgirls, where Cerebella, Beatrix, and Feng are tested to see who will become the next agent for the Medicis.

No Shelter

Parasoul's Origin Story, added on August 9th, 2018. This chapter begins with Umbrella asking Parasoul how their mother became the Skullgirl, forcing Parasoul to question if she should tell her the truth. 

Hostile Makeover

Filia's Origin Story, added on June 5th, 2019. This chapter focuses on Filia's first encounter with Samson and the events that led to her becoming the Parasite's host.

The Fall of the House of Contiello

Squigly's Origin Story, added on August 8th, 2019. The events leading up to Selene becoming the Skullgirl, her ensuing actions, and Squigly's death and un-life are further explored.

Prize Fights

Prize Fights is a game mode that requires the player to be at least level 10 to unlock it.

The game mode puts the player in a continuous string of 3v3 fights where they choose 3 among their collection of fighters and get matched to another team of 3 (created by other players). The matchmaking method is based on the total fighter score of the 3 chosen fighters (as a result, choosing higher-point fighters results in getting matched with tougher opponents). If the player wins a match, they will get an amount of score that counts towards reward tiers of the Prize Fights' theme (for example, the 'Medici Shakedown' theme contains Canopy-Coin reward tiers). The more the player wins, the longer the win streak and, therefore, the higher the score multiplier will be so the player can get to higher reward tiers.

The following are Prize Fights' themes:

Character Prize Fights (Canopy Coins, Theonite, Skill Points, and Bronze/Silver/Gold Moves)

  • Two to Tangle (Filia)
  • Dame of Thrones (Parasoul)
  • Rumble Pack (Beowulf)
  • Cutting Room Floor (Peacock)
  • Second to Nun (Double)
  • Night's Ghoul (Squigly)
  • Casket Match (Valentine)
  • A League of Her Clone (Fukua)
  • Blood Sport (Eliza)
  • Big Ben's Beatdown (Big Band)
  • High Wire Hijinks (Cerebella)
  • Ones and Zeros (Robo-Fortune)
  • A Head of the Game (Ms. Fortune)

Medici Prize Fights (Canopy Coins and Gold Moves)

  • Medici Pit Fighting
  • Medici Fight Club
  • Medici Crime Spree
  • Medici Heist
  • Medici Shakedown

Elemental Prize Fights (Elemental Shards, Elemental Relics, and Elemental Essences)

  • High Tide (Water element)
  • Ring of Fire (Fire element)
  • Eye of the Storm (Air element)
  • A Shining Example (Light Element)
  • A Shot in the Dark (Dark element)

Miscellaneous Prize Fights (Various Rewards)

  • Hot Off the Presses (Skill Points)
  • Show Me Your Moves (Move Relics)

Daily Events

Daily Events is a game mode unlocked by finishing 'Who's The Boss?' in the Story Mode.

The mode is akin to a daily Story Mode with varying sets of fights and rewards based on themes. Rewards for completion are Canopy Coins, a Special Moves, Blockbuster moves, and Theonite. The quality of the moves (Bronze, Silver, or Gold) depends on the difficulty (Basic, Advanced, Expert, and Master respectively).

Each day in a week has a different theme:

  • Monday: After School Special (Filia); Ghoul's Night Out (Squigly)
  • Tuesday: Walking The Beat (Big Band); Days Of Future Cats (Robo-Fortune)
  • Wednesday: Routine Checkup (Valentine); Wednesday Night Rawr (Beowulf)
  • Thursday: A Clone With my Thoughts (Fukua); Anger Management (Painwheel)
  • Friday: Tickets to the Fun Show (Cerebella); Double Feature (Double)
  • Saturday: Saturday Morning Cartoons (Peacock); Caturday Night Fever (Ms. Fortune)
  • Sunday: A Royal Audience (Parasoul); Bloody Sunday (Eliza); Cosmic Encounters (Annie)

Fighter Cards

In lieu of a roster made up of completely different characters, Skullgirls Mobile has fighters based on different color palettes of cast members from Skullgirls 2nd Encore, each with a unique title besides the character's name. In-game, this was explained as summoning fighters from parallel dimensions through the use of Relics, however; this has been retconned.

The fighter cards are split between rankings of bronze, silver, gold, and diamond, with the possibility of evolving fighters to a higher rank when certain sacrificial conditions are met. Fighters of each character palette are also associated with their own element: Fire, Water, Wind, Light, Dark or Neutral.

Update 3.3.1 introduced a standardized greyscale palette for Sparring Partners in Training Mode.[4]


Swipe Away: Dash backwards

Swipe Forward: Dash forward and attack

Swipe Forward Twice: Dash forward attack followed by knockback attack

Tap Light One Finger: Light attack, press consecutively to combo

Tap Hold One Finger: Charge Attacks

Swipe Down One Finger: Perform a crouch (trip) attack

Swipe Up: Launch opponent in the air. (Tap Immediately after launching the opponent to follow with aerial attacks)

Hold the Screen Two Fingers: Block

Swipe Anywhere Two Fingers: Throw

Press buttons on-screen to Tag-out, use Power attacks, and Blockbuster Attacks

See also



Main Editions SkullgirlsSkullgirls EncoreSkullgirls 2nd Encore
Spin-offs Skullgirls Mobile
Initial Roster Filia (Samson) • CerebellaPeacock (Avery) • ParasoulMs. FortunePainwheelValentineDouble
Encore DLC Squigly (Leviathan) • Big BandFukuaEliza (Sekhmet) • BeowulfRobo-Fortune
2nd Encore DLC Season 1: Annie (Sagan) • UmbrellaBlack Dahlia • ???
Other AdamAeonAileenAlbusAmeliaAndy AnvilBeatrixBrain DrainDelilahDogDr. AvianDr. GeigerFengFlorenceGeorge BombGrendelHiveHoraceHubrechtIleumIrvinIsaacKing FranzLawrenceLeducLonesome LennyLorenzoMarcusMarieMinetteMollyMotherMrs. Victoria (D. Violet) • OttomoPanzerfaustQueen NancyRachel WongReginaRiccardoRobertoRoxieScythanaSeleneStanleyTaliesinTommy Ten-TonsVenusVitaleYu-WanMisc.
Terminology SkullgirlSkull HeartParasiteLiving WeaponMedici MafiaAnti-Skullgirl LabsBlack EgretsCirque des CartesFishbone GangThe Last HopeThe Trinity
Stages Streets of New MeridianRiver King CasinoMedici TowerNew Meridian RooftopsRooftops AssaultNMO Arena | (Empty)Bath of Tefnut | (Sekhmet)MaplecrestNightmare CrestGrand Cathedral | (Empty)Final AtriumGehennaUnder the BridgeMeridian Area Rapid TransitLittle Innsmouth | (Night)Lab 8 | (Empty)Glass CanopyClass NotesNo Man's LandSound Stage 15Boardwalk
System HUDControlsBasic MechanicsAdvanced MechanicsChip damage
Game Modes VersusArt GalleryMarie 300%The Typing of the Skullgirls
Music Skullgirls Original SoundtrackSkullgirls The Original SoundtrackSkullgirls: The Complete SoundtrackSkullgirls Special Selection SoundtrackSkullgirls Deluxe Vinyl SoundtrackIn a Moment's TimeHitomi No Kioku
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