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Congrats Robin !
It really feels like the good old version 1.24 Blackshift.
One problem: I understand you may need internet connection during beta testing for telemetry, but please make it stand alone once out of beta. Internet is no safe place for kids and there is no reasons a game could not be playable offline, at least for single players.
(By the way I didn't noticed the old Blackshift from the XP times failed in Windows 10. Last time I checked I was under Windows 7 x64and it worked great. Good idea to rewrite it for modern OSes)
Nice game : my four children immediatly got hooked and spent a few hours with the demo.
It really needs a good microphone and absolutly a pair of headphones.
Personnaly I question the ability of the game to really teach music. Note names should be displayed somewhere (on the bats ? on the tower ?).
There should be some way to switch from bats to a real score display.
The trial gives access to the first 9 songs ; it costs 9,99 to access the full 27 levels, which is rather a high fee for the value.
Great sokobanesque-with-a-twist game-play.
Children-freindly. DRM-free. Downloadable. Windowed. Pleasant music. Switchable sound. No on-line scoreboard nor any such non-sense. No verbosity. Pure game pleasure.
Keep up the good work !
Great concept (but it lacks somehow on the graphic side, at least as of version 2.0).
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