Rayark, oh Rayark…How we appreciate thee! Yes, I am sure you know by now that I am the resident Rayark fanboy at DroidGamers. Nope, there is no shame there, as they produce high-quality games. Recently, we were informed that they have quite a few things going on including Deemo 2.2, but also, a new game called Voez. This game looks to be just as fun and challenging as Deemo and Cytus.
Rayark seems to be cornering the market on rhythm-based games. That would be fine if that was all there games were, but they are much more. The music in the game is part of an engaging narrative that deftly weaves you in and out of a story and back to a game. Anyone that has played Deemo really understands this. The art is always compelling, and the music is just mesmerizing. You have to have nimble fingers to play these games, and you are rewarded for doing so. Rayark is at the top of the heap with these games. Implosion took them in another direction, and it was quite successful as well. Let’s talk a little bit more about Voez. That is pretty much all we can do, because there hasn’t been a whole lot of information released just yet.
In Voez, it seems you will be following the lives of different individuals, that have high-aspirations of making music. Everyone in the story has a day job, but they really want to make music. It looks like they come together at some point to make a band, as each character has a different instrument that they play. One character is a vocalist. Each character has an intriguing backstory to follow. I think this is where we will be introduced to Rayark’s fantastic artwork and stories.
Since this is a rhythm-based games, you will be introduced to some pretty amazing music. I am not quite sure where they obtain these amazing artists, but they seem to have their pulse on some engaging dance tracks with pulse-pounding beats. As always, there are plenty of beautiful melodic piano tracks as well. The soundtrack will certainly be good.
Rayark has switched up how you play this game. It looks like it will be diamond shaped-patterns falling from the top of your screen that you will have to catch/tap in the right sequence to go along with the music. It probably will be fine to play on larger phones, but games like this, I always enjoy playing on my tablet. Tablets give you a little more screen real estate. That is always better if you have larger hands.
We are going to keep a close eye on this one. Rayark says it is coming out soon in 2016. As we find out more, we will let you know. In the meantime, check out the first trailer for the game. Are you interested in it?