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Released Jan 09, 2006
Build five different "Toy-Cons" including an RC car, a toy piano and more using pre-cut cardboard sheets in the first of Nintendo's Labo construction kits.
Inspired by the classic Walt Disney's Fantasia, Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved gives you control of the beat and rhythm of music through motion.
A collection of all six games in the Bit.Trip franchise for the Nintendo Wii.
Rhythm Heaven (known in Europe as Rhythm Paradise) is a surreal rhythm/action game, sequel to the Japan-only GBA game Rhythm Tengoku. Japanese music producer TSUNKU helped direct and compose music for the game.
Bit.Trip Beat is a retro-styled rhythm game released in 2009 that combines elements of Breakout or Pong with chiptune music.
With the help of Korg, a replica of the MS-20 is being made for the DS. Originally only slated for a Japanese release, it was released in North America in November 2008.
Wii Music allows users to play and experiment with over 60 different instruments with up to three other players, focusing on fun and creativity instead of the "play as correctly as possible"-approach found in other music games.
Zenses: Ocean is a DS game that was developed by Shin'en Multimedia and published by The Game Factory.
Sequel to Daigasso! Band Bros. Play music, sing with the karaoke mode, or create your own tunes.
A rhythm game with a twist, Ontamarama exercises all input features of the Nintendo DS at once.
Expansion for the first Daigasso! Band Brothers game for Nintendo DS, offering 31 new songs to play.
LSDJ is a homebrew synthesiser and tracker that uses the gameboy soundchip to produce 8bit music.
MTV Music Generator is an easy to use music studio designed for the Sony Playstation. Using patterns, users are able to sequence their own melodies and rhythms which they can then place down in the sequencer. Users also have access to effects, such as reverb and delay.
A software "toy" released by Maxis in 1996, SimTunes allows the player to create basic music by using different colored dots on the screen.
C.P.U. Bach is an interactive music-generating program designed by Sid Meier and Jeff Briggs for the 3DO.
A side-scrolling cute 'em up with a unique musical twist. The game was never released in North America.
A rhythm-action game like no other from the same team that created WarioWare. Rhythm Tengoku contains 48 minigames that put your rhythm to the test in a variety of crazy scenarios.
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