Use your fingers to manipulate a beam crossing the extent of a circle. Dodge scratches while you collect notes to progress to the next track!
Ten original, full length electronic tracks stream seamlessly to create an endless DJ set!
"Standard Mode" challenges you to a level-based experience, introducing new game mechanics as the music progresses!
"Full Mix Mode" provides an endless experience with a steadily increasing difficultly!
Leaderboards save your personal high scores for competition with your friends and younger self!
Dropchord is a music-driven, score challenge game with mesmerizing visuals and an original electronic soundtrack! Influenced by music visualizers and score attack arcade games, Dropchord is an original experience that'll test your dexterity while providing endless fun! Do your fingers and ears a favor-- get Dropchord today!!
3.0 out of 5 starsColorful screen but the controls seem to lag at times and the app locked up several times in the first few minutes!
21 August 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
The game is simple enough and you move your fingers to capture notes to make tracks of music and avoid scratches. Unfortunately only seconds into the game one of the points that I was supposed to move locked into place and refused to move. I then moved on and got a bonus round and then the game locked up again and paused for no reason. After a while it began to work again for no apparent reason.
I found the controls unpredictable and laggy in their response. The game is just ok but not great. It is repetitive and I soon become bored with the action of the game play. I played the app on a Samsung Tab 4 using the lollipop operating system.
Permissions: • Full network access • View network connections
The app uses Crittercism to monitor crash data. They claim to not monitor any personal data that is identifiable. The app contains no adware or malware and it appears to be safe to download.
The app installed 49.38MB into my internal memory. I manually moved it to my SD card and it left 7.50MB in the dive memory and installed 51.12MB onto my SD card.
4.0 out of 5 starsFun, upbeat, and enjoyable music
17 December 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
Got this as the FAOTD. It isn't my most favorite game in the world, but it is far from the worst as well. I enjoyed playing with this for an hour or so, but I think I'm getting bored of it. At three dollars, I'd consider that a fair amount of money for an hour's worth of entertainment. I would have paid it and not complained a bit.
The graphics are simple, as is the game play. I do like how it is fast paced with upbeat music to keep you pumped and enjoying it. I think the music was my favorite part of the app. I'll give it points also for giving me something to play around with that is not a rehash of another game I've played 50 different versions of. Nice work on being original!!
If I had any suggestion, it would be to add a tutorial to get you familiar with the groundrules. I know this is easy to play, so a three-minute tutorial--even if optional--shouldn't be that far out of the question.
3.0 out of 5 starsLots of bells and whistles, game so so``
21 December 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
This game offers techno music similar to the game Luminese from PSP. The game has a lot of lights, screen is dark and there is music, but you use both hands to play by putting your thumbs on the screen rotating from left, around then right etc. I played this on my tablet (Nexsus 7) and was manageable, on a phone I dont think this will work, you might drop your phone, but if free why not try it.