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Submitted by militissanctus 932d ago | review

Beat the Melody Review [Capsule Computers]

When you get a game that has billed itself as a tool to help folks improve their musical skills, you know you’ve got an odd walrus to deal with. It’s supposed to be both educational and fun, and games have traditionally tread that ground too far in one direction for the whole statement to be true. With that said, what is Beat the Melody? Can it live up to the ideals of being both fun and educational or does it trip and fall off that fine line? Let’s find out. (Beat The Melody, iPad, iPhone) 4.5/10

ZacE  +   932d ago
God that presentation is garish!
militissanctus  +   932d ago
Purples,'s like looking at the 1990's Charlotte Hornets jerseys.

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