orb3000 · Nov 30, 2011 at 03:16 pm

Game Musikr For Android

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Do you think you know lots about music? Well then, take a look at Musikr, created by XDA member moikop. The game will choose one of your music tracks randomly and will place it amongst other four songs, guess the name and artist and have a good time with friends while playing.

The application comes in Spanish and English and by now only supports QVGA and HVGA resolutions but sure if you support developer with your feedback more resolutions may come. The game is presented in three play modes: Free, Arcade and Challenge and only can be downloaded at the original thread.

Originally posted by moikop
Hey all. This is a little game I’ve done for Android, hope you enjoy it

With Musikr, take the classic “Music Quiz” to another level!
You’ll have to test your knoledge about music. It will randomly pick a song out of your local music repertoire, play it, and put it on a list along with 4 songs selected randomly as well.
By now, it only supports “classic” Android phone screen sizes (like QVGA, HVGA… Supports from LDPI to HDPI). So if you try to play it on a tablet (with a resolution higher than 480×800), you’ll probably see everything messed up (Though, I haven’t tested it on any tablet ). You will need at least 5 songs in your local library. Also, it has only two languajes: English and Spanish

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