Help Steamy, the steampunk conductor, play along to your favorite symphonies from great classical composers like Mozart and Beethoven. Improve your note reading skills by tapping along to every note from classics like Moonlight Sonata and Ode to Joy.
A challenge on every note is what this game is all about. Practice your combat skills and your note reading abilities in true steampunk style!
Enhance your sight-reading skills
Challenging gamification to learn basic notes and test your music skills. Choose your favorite music and classic tunes and get ahead of your friends with every note you ace.
Excellent to beat the boredom blues
Feeling bored on the subway? Waiting for the bus? Put on your composer hat, try practicing some music and enjoy a challenge on every level with the ultimate Note Fighter!
A classic match made in musical heaven
Enjoy and learn how to play classic hits and eternal favorites in a new and exciting game. Addictive layout and clean interface for the musician in you!
Multiple Levels for Interactive Gameplay
Not one, but three different difficulty levels for music aficionados of any skill set. If you are a beginner, nail the easy and medium levels first and hit the hard mode when you are a pro. The practice mode is to get you started on your musical journey and enjoy basic tunes.
Steamy is back from Christmas holidays and the theme is back to normal
Ratings and Reviews
Cool idea, some flaws they make it tough for me.
There's a few things that need fixing. Accidentals don't carry over across notes (that is, there's no natural sign but it behaves as if there is one). The single octave keyboard is strange for me, going up to a B when a low B is sounding is counterintuitive, but I get that there's limited screen space. Maybe adjust the keyboard per song so that the notes can be mostly in the right octave. Lastly, notes with ledger lines are hard to read with the low contrast. It may be a matter of making the lines that the note is using more visible while leaving the placeholder areas the same.
Note Fighter Free
Downloading this app was a breeze for it does not take up much storage space. The visual is pleasant yet enticing. It takes on the whole trend of the steam punk culture. The background music is soft and inviting. There are three modes: easy, medium ,hard to play within the game. For those that are not used to playing music easy is a good place to start. Even then I had a bit of trouble keeping up with the notes as they sail by. If you miss too many notes the steam punk conductor will fall over creating a horrendous sound.
You only are allowed to play three free songs before paying $1.99. The free version doesn't allow you much time to get into the game before money needs to be shelled out. If your looking to pass a lot of time without dropping a dime this game may not be for you.
On the developer side it's looks great and helps those who want too learn to read music.
The best among others
The app is just best among others for learning sheet music. It has a beautiful interface that helps learning the music notes easily. There are few places where it needs improvements but I expect that it would become a number one app pretty soon.
- MYTHICOWL SP Z O O
- 104.3 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2016 MythicOwl
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock all songs $1.99
- Violin Instrument $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.