Maestro! Jump in Music

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Jul 12, 2009

Maestro! Jump in Music by Maedhros at 5:49 AM (3,648 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. Maedhros
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    -It's being made by pastagames (Work in progress).
    -Published by Neko
    -No release date
    -For Nintendo DS
    -It was named Jumping Music.
    [​IMG]
    http://pastagames.net/JumpinMusic.htm

    Some videos:




    I found it sweet. What do you guys think? =]
     
  2. pieman202

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    hmmm, from the video the menu looks a bit excessive, i just wanna press a few buttons to get into the game play.
    the game play itself doesn't look you have to be as precise as you did in rhythm heaven.
     
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    That looks really cool looking. Some of the levels looked really really easy though, maybe there will be more complex ones like the one where you had to strum whilst tapping gulls, quickly.

    Also, what is the second song in the second video?
     
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    This game is good, the only thing gripe I have is a lack of originality for the music. Like most of the music is just coming from songs that we already heard. If only the game have a wild selection of music.
     
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    Is it an official game?
    Because somehow I think it's a homebrew project.
     
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    Wow love the graphics this looks like a good rhythm game for the ds! [​IMG]
     
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    looks cool. strum the strings is a bit odd...
    thanks for the news.
     
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    this looks cool
    i was waiting for a new platformer [​IMG]
     
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    Eine kleine Nachtmusik (also called Serenade No. 13) by Mozart, I think.
     
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    Very original platformer and yes it's an official game. The musical emphasis seems well done.
     
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    Looks really good!

    It's sad that they doesn't have the money to get some licensed songs.. but the whole concept is awesome [​IMG]
     
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    This looks really good. I'm glad they chose classical music over a load of pop/rock shite.

    EDIT:
    No, that's the first song in the second video. The second is Gymnopedie No. 1 by Erik Satie
     
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    Thanks. I would of never found it unless someone said what it was.
     

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