Epic Orchestra – You can’t beat the satisfaction of leading an orchestra!
Epic Orchestra by Nick Culbertson - Review
Epic Orchestra by Nick Culbertson
Have you ever imagined how awesome it would be to lead an orchestra? The satisfaction must be amazing! Today we’ve got a game where you can do just that! …or at least sort of lead an orchestra…
Epic Orchestra is a game with a name that pretty much explains itself. Based on a number of famous classical works of music, your mission in this game is to lead an orchestra by rhythmically swiping left, right, up, or down, in time to a number of falling arrows that slowly glide down your screen throughout the course of the song.
The game itself is played like pretty much any other rhythm game, and in a sense isn’t all that special. …unless you, (just like us) love “slightly” jazzed up classical music😉
The music in this game is insane (especially Pachelbel’s Canon!) and with an easy mode that is actually easy, most players should find this game enjoyable. …Unless of course, you’re the type who enjoys hard games! (In which case you’ll probably actually enjoy playing Epic Orchestra in hard mode!)
Whatever mode you choose to play in, you are given a total of 5 lives per game to miss a beat which is extremely generous considering how many chances you are given in the classic Piano Tiles😓
With nice pixel graphics, awesome music (a bit of a given), and a simple gameplay system, there isn’t much more you could want from a simple game like this.
Want to give Epic Orchestra a try? The download link is just below😉
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