Beta version of the karaoke-like rhythm game
Lyric Legend Review
by on June 5, 2011
Lyrics are an odd thing. Decent songwriters spend a ridiculous amount of time crafting prose to go with their music, others like James Blunt spend seconds writing “my life is brilliant” on a back of a fag packet and make millions. However long is spent on writing them, however, when you sing them back in the car, you inevitably get them wrong.
TuneWiki has tried to gamify learning lyrics to songs, with Lyric Legend. The object of the game is simple. Hit the orbs, which contain lyrics, in the right order at the right time. Like Guitar Hero before it, the game relies on rhythm to work properly.
To get you started there’s two songs you can play straight away – which is pretty decent considering the game is free. It’s better, though, to go to the store and download songs that you actually know.
As this is a beta, we did occasional find that there was lag, which does frustrate when the game is all about keeping up with the rhythm. We also found that it did crash on numerous occasions.
When it does work, it is a great game to play – offering rhythm and no blues.
Buy this app: Download the Lyric Legend app now
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