Summary: Enjoyable musical puzzler which offers a tetris-esue gameplay style but gets points for its clever use of dynamic music. Not a huge amount of content but it's not expensive and a worthwhile experiment.
Summary: At first this game seemed to have potential. But I have to say it's very disappointing. Not only are the controls a bit clunky and unresponsive, but the game's mechanics, scoring system and concept are not immediately obvious. It's got unnecessarily features and flashy graphics; not to mention the truly uninspiring "level" (if you can call it that) design. The soundtrack is also horrible; basically gave a new born baby a Xylophone to play with and recorded it.
Summary: Another really amusing indie puzzle game. It's comparable to Tetris, in that you place differently shaped blocks onto a grid, but you can place them wherever you want, the point being to build clusters of them, large enough to make you more points, do it in time and the music in the background becomes fuller, don't get points and you start to play in increasing silence...every cluster stam ps itself (you could say) on the grid, that section now being "covered.
Summary: Very fun game and worth the small price. The music is good - really enjoyed playing the game with 2 or 3 of the 5 songs. The others are not as good but ok. Some players may not be as much a fan of the music however, and if like many other players, you play the game for extended periods of time, the repetition of the music may get annoying. It is very easy to play this game for hours on end thinking you've only played an hour or two, when actually it's been 4-5 hours.
Summary: An amazingly relaxing music puzzler that fascinates me just how they made it all work so wonderfully. As you add the blocks it has an effect on the track. Anyone who uses sequencer software will get where I am coming from when I say it is like sequencing a track and playing a game at the same time. The choice of music is very good.
Summary: A delightful, if limited, music game. It's like Amplitude meets Tetris, but with only 5 excellent songs. While the track list is limited the game is only 5 dollars and to me that 5 dollars is money well spent on this game.If you want something fresh and relaxing in the music game genre, give this a shot.
Summary: A cool little arcade puzzle game with good music. The concept is great and the game play is good with no bugs. Easy to get into and very hard to master, as most good game are. Plus the way the game is designed, the better you get at the game the more of the music you hear, makes you want to get better at the game. The only bad part is the limited track list but for how little this game cost it's not a big hold up.
Summary: Really fun music/puzzle game, especially for only $5. Reminds me of lumines in a really good way! Only contains 5 songs, and I wish there were a way to add your own, but for $5 it's well worth the 2 or 3 hours of playtime. Highly recommended for anyone who enjoyed Lumines.