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Best music rhythm games for iphone or ipad

1.Deemo

Paid: $1.99 with in-app purchases

Deemo is a mix between a story based game and the mechanics of music games like Rock Band. The story develops through music playing and shows the life of a solitary man who meets a little girl from another land. The way to make her return is by growing a magic tree that grows with piano music. 

Website:

Not available

Age rating:

4+

Category:

Games

Publisher:

Rayark International Limited

Size:

Not available

Genre:

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  • Andrea Snyder

    by Andrea Snyder

    I really love this game because it's not just your ordinary rhythm game. It has a story that tells a touching tale of lovers and the piano music that  More

  • Terry Reyes

    by Terry Reyes

    could use some work already so many of this kind of idea

  • Ofelia Torres

    by Ofelia Torres

    I haven't seen another game like this. Checks all the boxes when it comes to unique games that are fun to play.

  • Michelle Lucas

    by Michelle Lucas

    Such a sweet story! I loved the game and everything. I am hoping they make a sequel. The main character is so relatable. You'll love this game too!

2.Cytus

Paid: $1.99 with in app-purchases
Cytus is very fun rhythm game with an incredible story that tells us of Vanessa. Users get to play Vanessa's character and join her in her quest to save human beings from robots and viruses by playing and clearing songs.

Website:

Not available

Age rating:

4+

Category:

Games

Publisher:

Rayark International Limited

Size:

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Genre:

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  • Amber Tian

    by Amber Tian

    I especially love the art of this game! The characters are drawn beautifully and I like its interesting concept about bringing back human memories thr More

  • by Gerald Wilson

    I love anything that involves music, especially games. I just recently found Cytus on my iPad and it is so fun. I noticed it also works on my iPhone.  More

3.Ride Zero

with in-app purchases

Ride Zero combines shooter-and-rhythm action in one game. It features over 50 songs by famous musicians, which are available in English, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese. It also allows you to choose a character to play.

Website:

Not available

Age rating:

12+

Category:

Games

Publisher:

LoadComplete Co., Ltd

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Genre:

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  • Trishla Jaiteley

    by Trishla Jaiteley

    I love the songs!!!! The effects and the visuals are also leave me in great awe! It's a very happy game for me because it is also a shooting games!

4.Beat Sneak Bandit

Paid: $2.99
In Beat Sneak Bandit everything moves rhythmically. The story of this awarded game is simple: Duke Clockface has stolen all the clocks in the world. To stop chaos, Beat Sneak Bandit has to get them back.


Age rating:

4+

Category:

Games,Music,Puzzle

Publisher:

Simogo AB

Size:

172.98 MB

Genre:

Not available

  • Scott Moore

    by Scott Moore

    I was amused playing this on my daughter's phone. The graphics aren't revolutionary, but the game play is somewhat clever and original, and I dig the  More

  • Jordan Hayes

    by Jordan Hayes

    I like playing beat sneak because it reminds me so much of my childhood. It's like I'm playing a cartoon network game. The fun upbeat music makes it a More

  • Denise Dean

    by Denise Dean

    This game has a great design. The music is great and the art style is delightful. It's perfect if you like rhythmic games. I get lost in it.

5.Geometry Dash Lite

Free download

Geometry Dash Lite is a free arcade game for devices with Android or iOs operating system. It was developed and published by RobTop Games AB and is suitable for users of all ages. Users can jump and fly in this rhythm-paced game.

Website:

Not available

Age rating:

4+

Category:

Games

Publisher:

RobTop Games AB

Size:

Not available

Genre:

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  • Han Han

    by Han Han

    Very challenging but fun! It has me pulling my hair sometimes because some levels are very very hard that it takes me several tries before I complete  More

  • Carl Williams

    by Carl Williams

    This is one of the highest ranked rhythm games on a mobile device. This works on iphone and ipad and has a large number of good reviews. The game appe More

  • Nicholas Myers

    by Nicholas Myers

    Geometry Dash Lite combines sweet music beats with platformer tapping. I knew right away that this game would be a hit. It's very fun.

6.Beat Fever

with in-app purchases
Sing, dance and move to the biggest hits with Beat Fever, a music game in which you can challenge yourself "playing" all-time songs. Catch evil monsters, improve your skills and connect with other music fans.


Website:

Not available

Age rating:

4+

Category:

Games,Entertainment,Music,Role Playing

Publisher:

MIR Partners Inc.

Size:

270.18 MB

Genre:

Not available

  • Justin Hu

    by Justin Hu

    I think it's cool that I get to play rhythm games using trending songs. Other games like this have songs that I'm not familiar with and it's easier to More

  • Christopher Fisher

    by Christopher Fisher

    seems okay, reviews are not good or bad

  • Isabel de León

    by Isabel de León

    Beat Fever keeps the tap tap fun coming. I never get tired of thess types of games. I can play all day long

7.Crypt of the Necrodancer

Paid: $14.99
Crypt of the NecroDancer is a hardcore rhythm game that you can play using a keyboard, controller, or dance pad. You can also use your own music straight from your music library. It also has its own original soundtrack. 

Website:

Not available

Age rating:

12+

Category:

Games

Publisher:

BRACE YOURSELF GAMES INC.

Size:

Not available

Genre:

Not available

  • Charles Ramos

    by Charles Ramos

    I used to love playing dance dance revolution back in the day and then I found out about Crypt of the Necrodancer for my iPhone. This took it to a who More

  • Muhammad Mittal

    by Muhammad Mittal

    It was kinda confusing at first but after I got used to it, it got way fun!! The gameplay is unique and it's not your typical music game. I play this  More

  • Elena Solano

    by Elena Solano

    While this looks like a neat game, I'm not sure that it's for the iPhone or iPad. To me, it seems to be offered through Steam and not any of the play  More

8.Lost in Harmony

with in-app purchases
Lost in Harmony is a rhythm game in which you have to follow two different stories across more than 10.000 levels to play. Join Kaito and Aya's journey and live an amazing adventure with high-quality sound and graphics.

Age rating:

9+

Category:

Games,Entertainment,Adventure,Music

Publisher:

Digixart Entertainment

Size:

207.11 MB

Genre:

Not available

  • by Harini Pawar

    I love games that have story lines, and this incorporates both my love for stories and music. It keeps you alert because I'm always moving my hands an More

  •  Julio César Colín

    by Julio César Colín

    Interesting! This is the first time I encountered a rhythm game that does not require tapping on the screen so much. It's like temple run and minion d More

  • Megan Nguyen

    by Megan Nguyen

    This is a rhythm based game with a few storylines. Good fun, but be careful you don't run out of lives!

DID YOU KNOW?

Science has shown that musical training can change the brain’s structure and functions. It can also improve one’s long-term memory that leads to better brain development. According to a research from University of Montreal study, musicians are prone to becoming more mentally alert compared to non-musicians. In 1990, the term Mozart effect was popularized to be the effect music has on the brain. It was theorized that listening to Mozart’s music is responsible for making kids smarter and so parents made their babies listen to the music of Mozart believing that it would give their brains an advantage before they were even born.  Another reason to expose our young ones early to music is a brain scanning study which found that anatomical changes in musicians’ brains have something to do with the age when training began. It basically means that the earlier someone is exposed to music the more impact it creates. Given that most of us are not professional musicians, we are still very much exposed to music. In fact, we listen to music for an average of 32 hours per week. Also, unlike ordinary brain-games, activities involving music and instruments is a more complex experience because it assimilates information from different senses.



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