Game Melody Oratorio

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Mar 19, 2008

Game Melody Oratorio by Urza at 6:38 PM (3,793 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. Urza
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    Member Urza hi

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    [​IMG] Game Melody Oratorio
    Learn video game melodies
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    DesertDog's entry in the NEO Spring Coding Comp. Game Melody Oratorio helps you learn various game melodies by means of a touch screen keyboard. Download below.

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  2. Whiternoise

    Member Whiternoise GBAtemp Regular

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    Heh this is good fun, only mono melodies, so no chords, but it's a nice piece of homebrew - itd be cool if this got updated for more songs!
     
  3. jesterscourt

    Member jesterscourt Not Brad.

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    Cool idea!
     
  4. WeaponXxX

    Member WeaponXxX Too F'in Blonde

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    Well this is the first DS homebrew that is NOT an emulator that I have downloaded in a LOOONG time. I have a grand piano I bought a while on an impulse buy...don't really know how to play except for a few royality free songs like happy birthday and rock a by baby. Looks like I'll use this to learn something new to play on my Piano. Thanks DesertDog'
     
  5. daveteee

    Newcomer daveteee Member

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    Nice homebrew!

    I'm not sure how you can impulse buy a grand piano ! [​IMG]

    I could understand if it was a keyboard or something but a grand piano!? That's like impulse buying a new car. [​IMG]
     
  6. test84

    Member test84 GBAtemp's last ninja 2.

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    you are yet to know him ... (i still dont'!)
     
  7. WeaponXxX

    Member WeaponXxX Too F'in Blonde

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    Okay, I am looking at my Piano now, From the middle of the Piano how far over do I go to find E2? (I seriously don't know how to play the thing...its on my list of things to learn)
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    SWEEEET I found it (based off of looking at the black keys on the program then looking at the black keys on the Piano I was able to figure it out) I'd love to see more songs game, classical, and even popular pop music added to future versions! I can't wait to have friends over and sit down and start playing some tunes. Sweeeet Thanks again DesertDog
     
  8. DanTheManMS

    Member DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    I tried this out on an emulator, and I'm impressed.

    Just a quick note for those interested: PianoVero is another piano application for the DS you may enjoy, though it doesn't have the interactivity this one does.
     
  9. jesus_bon_jovi

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    I am not sure how common DLDI is these days but for those who have cards that do not auto patch this program needs DLDI in order to work... or at least i needed to patch it to work with my G6 Lite
     
  10. golden

    Member golden What a Digital Dummy!!!

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    I just played around with this thing for half and hour and this thing is SICK! I like it a lot. So far I have learned half of Tetris on a piano. NICE. I hope he does well in the coding comp for this. This is SICK! What would make this thing on par with pocket physics is if you could add your own songs somehow.
     

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