Epic Orchestra for Apple TV makes you the maestro. Conduct your orchestra to play magnificent music from Beethoven, Mozart, and other talented composers in this new rhythm game. With a total of 15 levels, 27 Game Center achievements, three difficulty settings, and cool power-ups, dig out your baton and prepare to lead.
Choose your setting
The game controls are easy with your Siri remote. You just swipe in the direction of the arrow once it lands on the pad. Nailing the note right in the center will earn you an epic score. You can start by choosing from easy, normal, or hard game modes.
The easy mode is the best way to begin so that you can get used to the flow of the game and the controls. The arrows move somewhat slow so that you can score big for hitting the notes perfectly.
Moving up to normal
Once you have mastered the easy mode, you can try normal mode. This is just a bit more difficult as the arrows fall faster. So, when you are ready to try this mode, make sure you are prepared.
Epic Orchestra starts you off with fives songs:
- “Gymnopédie No.1” by Erik Satie
- “Puck” by Edvard Grieg
- “Canon in D” by Johann Pachelbel
- “Prelude in G Minor” by S. Rachmaninoff
- “Maple Leaf Rag” by Scott Joplin
Additional musical scores can be added with an in-app purchase of $1.99 which unlocks 10 more songs.
Epic Orchestra is an enjoyable game for Apple TV, especially for those who appreciate classical music. The controls are responsive, the pixel graphics are cute, and the gameplay is fun, making this an overall entertaining experience. The game is available for Apple TV and can be downloaded for free on the App Store.
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