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Roland Announce Their First Music Game App
The game, which uses programming similar to the classic Roland TR-808 and the Aira TR-8 rhythm machines, synchronizes an array of dance music rhythms and the user has to master rhythms to progress onto the next level. Each level progressively getting more difficult than the last.
The game contains 16 original dance tracks over 48 different stages. The quicker you complete the challenge, the higher your score will be. Players can also share their scores via social media websites Facebook and Twitter.
The app is available for those on iPhone and iPad using iOS 8.0 or later. Android requires 4.0 and above.
Download the app here.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 17 Dec 2015 15:06 to category : Music News
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