We continue with the special of musical applications, directed to the devotees for one of the six arts of the cultural world. This time, it’s time to talk about Magic Piano, a game where we can take full advantage of the touch screen while playing the song that is playing at the moment. Coordination and the use of the greatest number of fingers is what will give us success while we play Magic Piano. Learning to play the piano is not exactly fun, although it may seem otherwise, but in this case we are talking about something totally different.
Something totally different in every way, and although it is true that it is very fun, it is far from what a real piano is, excluding the fact that the game is used to reproduce a song. And it is that, no matter how much it is called Magic PianoIt has nothing to do with what the instrument really is.
Magic Piano is a game where the touch screen plays an essential role. Spheres will appear on the screen that will move towards the center of the screen. We will have to play on each note, or at least on the corresponding vertical line, at the precise moment that the note should sound in the song. If we do it before it reaches its corresponding position, or after it has exceeded it, we will score fewer points.
The real difficulty of Magic Piano It comes when instead of having to press a single sphere at a time, we have to use up to four fingers, requiring us to even use both hands to play.
As for the repertoire of songs, we find a great series of well-known songs, both classic and current, such as Yellow by Coldplay, or some songs by Lady Gaga. However, many of them are paid, although every day we find a free one to play. Best of all, is the social aspect of Magic Piano, thanks to which we can even see the performances of other users in the same song that we just played, or in other similar ones.
Magic Piano is available for free on Google Play, for both Android and iOS, compatible with all devices for the Google operating system.