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Submitted by michellequillen 1109d ago | news

Virtuoso Brings Music Gaming to the Board

Caleb Heisey didn't expect his graduate project for Philadelphia's Tyler School of Art to be used by high schools and colleges as an education tool, but the graphic design student's latest creation is definitely one of a kind. Virtuoso, "the game of musical proficiency and spirited competition", brings a classical music-based Trivial Pursuit style challenges to those who want to test their knowledge of musical composition, instruments, history, and theory. Time to brush up on your Bach. (Casual games)

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