Who needs guitar hero? Try Ocarina2

The strange thing about this game is, it's free… The original Ocarina still being sold for $.99, and this, as far as I know, does the same thing. I don't get any more crashes when I try to save the settings, and I'm able to play the songs. I've mastered one already, and I'm on my way to a second and third. This game absolutely rocks.

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#1 Who Makes This Game?

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Is this the app made by Smule? If so, at least in the Canadian App Store, it costs $2.99.

#2 Ocarina2

I've just checked, and it's $2.99 in the US app store too.

#3 Really? I got it a while ago,

Really? I got it a while ago, so it must've been a good deal! Hopefully, It will Be free again again soon.

#4 ocarina 2

Hi. yep 2.99 in the australian app store too. I have bought it though it will be worth it if it's accessible. any tips for playing?

#5 Just listen to the preview of

Just listen to the preview of each song. The tutorials not accessible, so don't bother. I need to turn off voice over to actually play.

#6 ocarina 2

Hi. so I listen to the preview and then try to play it?

#7 Yes, and you'll know you got

Yes, and you'll know you got the first note right when the accompaniment kicks in.

#8 Hi. I'm not sure how to

Hi. I'm not sure how to play. are the notes on the screen? the instrument is really soft so I can't really tell if I'm hitting the right note or not. Can you give me a hint about where the notes are placed?

#9 Well, you have to blow into

Well, you have to blow into the microphone to hear the notes. It's just like a flu. There are four holes. They are near the center of the screen, and he told the something different when you hit it. The note 2 different combination of holes. The lowest note is the tools on the right side, for example.

#10 HI. thanks. I got my son to

HI. thanks. I got my son to read me the tutorial today and I am getting the idea of it. I just have to figure out which combinations give me the right notes. I am up to 18 percent at mastering a song. Never would have thought of blowing in the microphone though without you telling me and my step son explaining it.

#11 Yes, mastering songs can

Yes, mastering songs can definitely be done. I'm on my way to the 5th song right now.