Ultimate Music Quiz – Trivia Game Needs Beta Testers!
Trivia games are seen by some as an essential addition to anyone’s app drawer. While basic in premise, the endless variations and the competition they can stimulate often make them annoyingly addictive. One of the most popular types revolves around music lyrics and trivia, but the Ultimate Music Quiz by XDA member migalito goes one step further, playing a short excerpt of a track before asking you to identify it or its artist.
Ultimate Music Quiz is a well-polished and aesthetically complete game designed for HVGA Android devices. However, since the project has only just been completed, the developer is calling for beta testers to give the game a try before he releases it into the market.
Give the developer a hand and test the app by visiting the game’s thread.
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