Both of them are slice of life with lots of moe and cute girls doing cute things.
Even the main characters have the same hair color, similar body types and personalities based on that.
They´re good animes for you to turn off and just relax.
The biggest difference is that Endro is based in a fantasy setting and Comic Girls is about cute girls making manga.
-Both have a very cute aesthetic
-Both are slice of life
-Both main characters are voiced by the very talented Hikaru Akao
-Both are very heartwarming
-They both have a very similar 'feel', if you like one then I'm sure you'll like the other!
both have a pink haired main character (with same voice actresses) and a simmiliar set of group (pink haired main character, slender type gap moe with purple/pink hair, blue hair lame maniac character,and yellow haired big eater).
if you love anime about cute girl doing something, why not try to watch an anime about cute girl trying to defeat a demon king?
heehehehe Without a doubt, the presence of Inori Minase embellishes everything! but besides this we have a Yusha that is exactly like Nadeshiko of Yuru Camp... and what better than an End Roll for cute girls doing cute things!
Both anime series have cute friendship between girls.
Also, some of characters from both series have similar characters like similarities between Nadeshiko Juulia Charldetto and Kagamihara, and similartiies between Meiza Endust and Rin Shima.
If you like Endro, probably you will be like Yuru Camp Too.
The comedy story follows a group of eccentric color-coded girls where each have their own quirks, it is lighthearted and playful with tropes. Both also has similar themes of being a student in some school, and how the gangs is somewhat the best and also the worst of the team of the academy.
The cast is in a (unbeknownst to them) teacher/student relationship with their 'adversaries.' The setup is similar enough that sometimes some of the same humor comes through, although fans of Milky Holmes might not think Endro has the same off-kilter sense about itself. Fans of one will most likely enjoy the other.
If you like anime filled with cute girls, these two anime are must watch. Both are extremely cute fantasy series with great character designs. In Endro the good girls try to beat the demon lord, while in Machikado the demon lord tries to beat the good girls.
Major difference is that Machikado is a fast paced comedy, while Endro is more relaxing.
Both series attempt to tackle a manichean and historical opposition in an endearing way.
Meanwhile Endro~!'s cast possesses more characters than Machikado Mazoku, and as the latter tends to develop a noticeably deeper bond between the main characters, both series are filled with instants that will make one melt, and a mood only ebbing between laughter and blushing from these cutesy powerhouses.
Both shows are light-hearted comedies that take place in a fantasy setting that parodies rpg tropes and has a cute, colorful artstyle. Endro is more of a SoL with adventure elements while Guru Guru is a more of a comedy-adventure with a bit of romance.
This anime focused on a group of weird gals and their uncommon adventures, while Endro is more about lighthearted RPG fantasy comedy, Teekyuu takes on an after school club genre, though to this day I have yet to see them playing tennis as their anime title suggest. Teekyuu takes more on fast paced pun and absurdity, it relies heavily on the element of surprise (which it delivers), while Endro is more of the slow paced comfy comedy anime.
Both take place in a school in a fantasy setting and features a cheerful yet dimwitted MC who wants to achieve something great, with Akko wanting to become a great witch while Yusha wanting to become a hero.
Both shows feature similar art styles and comedy.
If you enjoyed one of them, you will likely enjoy the other.
Endro doesn't take inspiration from games as much as Koro-quest.
Both contain a small amount of plot with a good ending.