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Submitted by Candlestickmaker 1990d ago | review

Music for Everyone - AATG Review

"Hot on the heels of similar DS edutainment titles that have trained our brains, improved our maths ability, and taught us new languages, Music for Everyone aims to bring the same approach to music theory, and get DS users into the groove. First focusing on teaching the fundamentals of musical theory from the very basics to the more detailed aspects of reading sheet music, the game then offers scored quizzes to test your newly acquired knowledge, and a performance mode which challenges you to apply your skills and play popular musical pieces."

-AATG (Montessori Music, Music DS, Music for Everyone, Nintendo DS) 2/5

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