Touch The Music: Looking for New Designer
Touch The Music was recently updated to version 0.31. Besides the obvious update, user and developer Arlanthir is looking for a new Graphical Designer to help further develop Touch The Music and a few new Future Projects.
This is the official development thread for Touch The Music.
All information is going to be posted here.
The project consists of a music game, similar to Guitar Hero and Tap Tap Revenge, for Windows Mobile 6 onwards.
How to play
You can tap the fret buttons on the lower part of the screen or you can use LEFT UP RIGHT hardware keys to play.
If you want to quit the level, just press the RED (end call) key. Alternatively, you can click the top right corner (where the framerate counter is located).
Please note that with the hardware buttons you won’t be able to net those multitouch points. A singletouch easier mode is planned for future versions.
Continue on to the application thread.
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