Looking for a different type of board or card game to enjoy at a party or family gathering in Christmas 2020? How about one based on some of the most iconic pop stars, musicians and songs of the past 40 years. Below we list the most fun relevant quiz, trivia, sing and guess games to get your groove on and challenge your brain this Christmas with these top music board games.Continue reading
If you happen to be fed up of the endless barrage of bad news and general hate coming from the majority of mainstream media outlets, and happen to enjoy rhythm-and-skill based mobile games available for iOS or Android, then Love Live! School Idol Festival may just be the antidote to your worries.Continue reading
A fun music creation tool that lets you you to create music using what is best described as a virtual human beatbox.
There are very few times when browsing the internet that one is actually astounded at what they find. Surprised is a common reaction, disgusted is another, while annoyed, confused, bemused, and downright angry are other common feelings that are evoked whilst net surfing, but astounded comes around very rarely, so it can be inferred that it takes a bit of something special when it does.
Skilful Serenity in a Most Mesmerising and Gorgeous Gaming Package
Of all of the sub-genres of music game to exist out the on the internet, that of musical skill games is probably one of the most diverse set you can hope to encounter. Within this set you have titles like rhythm-based skill game Super Crazy Guitar Maniac Deluxe and Music Bounce, but sometimes people just want a little more finesse and subtlety with their music gaming experience. Enter Music Catch, and specifically the sublime sequel to said game, Music Catch 2. If you had an idea of everything that a perfect sequel should contain, then Music Catch 2 is going to be the game to deliver on every single one of these ideas because it is exemplary in terms of following on from a stupendously original and whistle-whetting original title. Music Catch 2 has more mesmerising visuals, insanely relaxing music, and challenging levels than ever before.
Keyboard shredding and unashamed soloing have never been so entertaining
Still Going Strong
Rhythm games: they’re SO 2009, right? Well, yes and no. Yes in the sense that you’ll be lucky to find many people these days willing to fork out more than a few pounds or bucks for an old copy of Guitar Hero or Rock Band;no in the sense that the rhythm game genre is still going strong in flash form on the internet. You only need to look at many of the popular game sites on the internet to see that there is quite a bit of variety to choose from including games like Guitar Geek and Santa Rockstar Metal Xmas. There are no rhythm games out there that have garnered as much support and attention as the Super Crazy Guitar Maniac Deluxe series however, and Super Crazy Guitar Maniac Deluxe 2 is a sequel that does plenty of justice to the original whilst giving players more than was ever available before, just as a sequel should be.