Old School Musical 12+

Pocket Edition

Plug In Digital

Designed for iPad

    • 3.8 • 91 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



A new rhythm game with a total of 55 songs to play and more to come.
Beat the music in this chiptune adventure!

Tib and Rob are the heroes of a wacky adventure that will take them through the Chicken Republic.

Have you ever played a rhythm game before? Well, this is like that, but much better! With each note, you are responsible for the success of our two heroes quest. Swing your sword to the beat of chiptune tracks from Dubmood, Zabutom, Hello World, Yponeko, Le Plancton.

- Challenge mode
- Awesome guests : Dubmood, Zabutom, Hello World, Yponeko, Le Plancton
- Chickens

Languages: English, French, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese
This game contains advertisement.

What’s New

Version 1.2.18

UI improvements + backend change to avoid blockings in China.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
91 Ratings

91 Ratings

danger kitty. ,

A good game, but could be better.

This is a great game, with good pixel art and good gameplay, it’s just that it could have more things to it. It only has 5 songs you can play for free, and the rest cost money, but there could be a better way to do this. Maybe, for every percent you get in other levels, you earn one currency. With a set amount of currency you can go on to other levels and earn more. However, if you don’t want to have to grind for that currency, you could pay the regular amount of money. It gives people options, and would make people like the game more.
If you changed this, you could add more content to the game, and get better reviews. I just have one more thing to add. Please don’t make this game have too many things to buy with real cash. It distracts from the game. I’m fine with a small bit of things you can buy, but having to buy everything gets exhausting.

Developer Response ,

Hi. You can play the game for free forever by clicking on "weekly free songs" on the main menu. You watch an ad and can play a song for free. We'll change the weekly playlist every tuesday.


Good game, 5 songs for free

The game is fun. You only get 5 songs for free, which is a bit misleading but those five songs are enough to last a couple hours, excluding the fact that in the game they promise to release at least one free song per week. The game is fun and should be checked out, if nothing other than the fact that it is free. The gameplay is basically 2D beat saber.

Update: the weekly free songs require an ad to play. One ad = one play of any song. Replaying the same thing requires an ad. Lowered rating from five stars to four stars: I get that you need to make money but the amount of ads needed to play the weekly free songs is something straight out of voodoo or ketchapp.

Edit: The dev responded with what I think is a fair statement. It does make sense that they need money to pay for the downloading. I think a solution to this would be to download a song permanently per ad, and a player can remove a song and watch an ad to redownload it. Up to five stars because the devs actually care.

Developer Response ,

Hi. Everytime someone download a song, it costs us money based on the total bandwidth consumed. We are still not sure if the ads will cover our server fees. We'll adjust this in the future.

Biscuit Bob the Third ,

Good port

It’s honestly a good port of the game, I liked the original and the only issue with this is you pay way more for way less. There’s only challenge mode, which was good, but it kind-of defeats the uniqueness of the idea being your actions affects game characters. However the game just removes the multiple games concept, so you only see “Chicken Republic”. I don’t really understand why some people don’t like the free songs thing, you either pay for it yourself or the ad revenue does it. So I’ll just leave it at that; good port.

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