“The melodious and beautiful music was music to my ears,” claims Wonsuk Ji.
Yet another game is dragging itself across the face of BIS. First, it was Netmarble’sEveryone’s Marble (모두의 마블), an online Monopoly style dice/board game. Then it was Pokemon Go, the walking and catching-based game that spread like a virus around the globe. Now, the new game in town is Dancing Line, released by Cheetah Games on Dec 12, 2016.
Cheetah Games is the famous studio responsible for many hit games such as Piano Tiles, Rolling Sky, Tap Tap Dash, and AbyssRium. All of their games have been rated four stars or higher, and are loved by people of varying ages. Their newest application to their list of amazing games is Dancing Line. Many students who play the game will either love it, or throw their phone away in an uncontrollable rage.
Dancing Line, a game released in December of 2016, is a music and tapping based game. The objective of the game is to control the movement of a cube, which leaves a line as a tracer, by tapping the screen and moving the cube left and right, dodging obstacles to get to the end. However, the player can get a perfect score if they collect all 10 gems strewn about the map, and by not dying at all throughout the level.
Another unique aspect of the game is that every movement matches the background music. As the levels go up, the music begins to focus not only on the melody, but the bass and the beats, becoming faster and faster as the levels progress. This unique aspect of the game requires musical knowledge of beats, and melodic patterns, which frustrates those who don’t have them that are playing the game. However, as the levels go up and the music becomes more challenging, the players’ musical senses will develop, making the game more enjoyable.
Dancing Line can be downloaded for free on both Android and Apple devices. Check Dancing Line out at the Play Store or the Apple Store.