Created by Legacy Games, Crayola has released a new app for kids to enjoy. Crayola DJ is an app that allows kids, ages 6-10 (according to the press release), to be DJs using touch controls. Players will be able to crossfade, mix, tempo-slide, and scratch to their heart’s content. There are five different styles of music, distributed over the near 100 exclusive tracks, that range from Hip Hop, to Pop, to Dance, and more.
Tag: rhythm games
Drop That Beat is a sort of rhythm-based game where players will be keeping their finger on your phone or tablet while listening to EDM music and when you think the DJ will ‘drop the beat’ in the particular song you happen to be listening to, that is when you remove your finger from your mobile device, as close to it as possible. There’s a couple of unique features with this game, one being that you can actually win tickets to live events.
Ubisoft’s Just Dance series has a new title coming out soon which is appropriately named Just Dance 2016. They showed off a bit of this game during their press conference at E3 yesterday, complete with a popular Top 40 singer on stage, and it was pretty much as you would expect a Just Dance game to be.
It is hard to imagine the same studio that recently brought us one of the most epic hack-n-slash games we have seen on Android in a while with Implosion: Never Lose Hope, also produced the equally brilliant and stunning music games Cytus and Deemo. Recently, Rayark uploaded a new video to their YouTube channel teasing Deemo 2.0.
DittoBeat is a new rhythm-based game that is now available on Google Play. Unlike a lot of rhythm-based games that have constantly changing content that you need to perform an action to the beat that is going on, this new game has you basically playing a Simon-style game, but doing it to the beat of the music. This does add a new level of difficulty to the whole Simon type of gameplay.
Activision has announced that they have a new iteration of Guitar Hero coming out in autumn of this year. In addition to being released on the expected platforms (PS3/4, XBox 360/One, Wii U, et al), they also said the game would be fully “...Guitar Hero going “mobile” with their next release, this fallPlayable on Consoles, Tablets and Mobile Phones“, albeit for “select models”. This is pretty big news, that they aren’t promising a stripped down version for mobile. They showed off how the new game is supposed to work with a new trailer.
Ever wonder what happens when you cross Guitar Hero with Missile Command? Me neither, but BeatDefense is setting out to answer that question anyhow. Withing this game, missiles are raining down on your city, and it’s up to players to stop the missiles from crashing on the buildings and populace below.
It isn’t often we get to report on a special move a character has from whatever franchise getting its own rhythm-based game. Actually, it has never happened until today. Ragna the Bloodedge from BlazBlue has a special attack called Dead Spike-san which has somehow become popular enough in itself to warrant a spin-off rhythm-based game called EatBeat DeadSpike-san.
Satellina is an interesting puzzle game that was developed by Moon Kid and it is now available on Google Play. This game has patterns of red, green, and yellow particles that move around in sync to the melodic synthpop soundtrack that happens to be playing in each level.