In 1792, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart published a musical dice game (in German, 'Musikalisches Wurfelspiel') (K. 516f), which is a game by which one composes music via rolling dice. Mozart's Dice Game uses 176 total measures written by Mozart specifically for his game, and 2 dice to determine which of those 176 measures to use in the final composition. Each finished composition consists of 16 measures, resulting in more than one trillion possible combinations.
The game can be played in 1 of 3 different ways:
* A separate dice roll for each measure
* Selecting all measures automatically
* Selecting each measure individually
When complete, a composition can be saved or shared via a variety of social media.
Ratings and Reviews
Mozart's Dice Game
I thought the game ran smoothly and the graphics were aesthetically pleasing. It did all I'd want to do, and more. I liked the way it highlighted the notes as they played.
A fun way to combine music measures...I love how the notes light up as they play.
A lot of fun!
It's amazing how well Mozart's game works, and this is a nice implementation of it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.