StaffWars 4+

TMI Media, LLC

    • $1.29



StaffWars is a game designed to help beginning and intermediate musicians learn, practice and woodshed the note names on the grand staff, treble, alto and bass clefs. THE APP for anyone who wants to master these clefs.

What’s New

Version 1.92.0

iPhone Pro Support
Bug Fixes

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
109 Ratings

109 Ratings

ERSeligma ,

Finally my son wants to learn note names!

Gone are the groans when I ask my 6yo to practice note names! He loves this game and is improving his note recognition.

Works great on all my iOS devices, except I can’t get it to close on my iPhone X. It doesn’t respond to swiping up from anywhere on the screen. I end up having to reboot the phone. Is there something I’m missing or is this something that needs to be fixed in the next version?

Rising17 ,

Amazing Staff Game 🎼

This is such a great game. My band teacher suggested this game to us, so I went home and got it. It’s great for practicing reading music, as I am just starting to read and play music on my clarinet. It’s fun, has good music, challenging but not overly challenging, and simple.
I’ve already been reading music for years, as I started piano pretty young, but this is great also for piano music—it helps me sightread even complex songs better and generally improves my playing on both piano and clarinet—making me faster and more accurate. My band teacher hands out prizes for making it past levels 10 and 15, which I’m getting close to.
If you are just starting to read music, or if you would just like a little practice with it, this game is for you. You’ll be hooked—and even if you’re not, you’ll at least be a better musician.
My only suggestion is: it would be fun if the music that plays in the background could change from the same 8 notes or so. Having different songs would make it even more fun.
This is a great game. Good job, developers 😊 The $1.29 for this game is worth it.

John Gumas ,

Indispensable for experienced musicians who never learned to read

I downloaded this after a teacher at a conservatory recommended it to our class piano class and I have it to thank for jumpstarting my sight reading ability. It’s not a replacement for reading and playing actual music, but made it so I could practice anywhere at the drop of a hat, and really helped get me up to speed. If I could make one suggestion to the developers, include playback of the actual pitches as you input your answers, that will help students develop their relative pitch, and will make it all around a more musical experience.

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