A Musical Story

A Musical Story

A Musical Story is a rhythm game set against a 70s backdrop. Explore the memories of Gabriel, a young man trying to come to terms with his situation through the connections to his musical memory. Each correctly played melody opens a new chapter into Gabriel’s past, bringing him closer to the truth.

Key Features

  • Rekindle Gabriel’s memories with rhythmic button presses in time with the music

  • Storytelling without words – discover Gabriel’s journey through music and visuals alone

  • Gabriel’s story comes to life through a beautifully crafted art style

  • A unique original soundtrack featuring 26 songs

  • Play every song perfectly to unlock a hidden chapter

A Musical Story is the debut game from independent French developer, Glee-Cheese Studio. They are: Charles Bardin (Game Design + Music), Maxime Constantinian (Programmer), Valentin Ducloux (Music + Integration), Alexandre Rey (Artistic Direction).

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A Musical Story on Steam

Robo Maestro

Robo Maestro

Robo Maestro is a procedural music toy. It’s a revolutionary new way of creating and experiencing music! You tell it what you want, and then the Maestro automatically generates music that fits that. Playing Robo Maestro requires no music knowledge at all: just have fun and hear what happens! Guide the Maestro and create awesome music together with it!

Maestro Mode

Maestro Mode is the main attraction: a fun, relaxing experience where the music constantly evolves based on your choices. The Maestro generates random options that you can choose from to alter the music. Hear something you like? Store it as a chorus to come back to later, or save it for usage in the editors.

Loop Editor

Build your own loops and define details like instruments, layers, intensity and random seeds. Whatever you do, Robo Maestro makes sure it always fits with the rest of the music!

Song Editor

Combine your loops to create complete songs!

Export your creations

Share your music with friends, or open it in any other music software to continue editing there. What you create with Robo Maestro is yours to use in any way you like!

Optional deep tweaks

You can also dive deeper and define the chords and time signatures yourself. You don’t have to though: Robo Maestro can figure everything out itself, so you don’t need to know any music theory to use it. But if you want, you can get more detailed control.

Jam companion

Jam along to Robo Maestro on your favourite instrument or vocals! This automatic mode will let Robo Maestro endlessly evolve the music, fully automatically, as a backing for your own improvisation. Or enable the full features and just sit back and be surprised by what Robo Maestro can generate!

Advanced automatic composition

Robo Maestro is powered by an advanced procedural music generator. Dozens of algorithms work together to create each aspect of a song: drums, bass, melody, chords, rhythm, notes and much, much more. You can control each step individually, or just let Robo Maestro generate a complete loop and make tweaks from there.

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Robo Maestro on Steam

Rise 2.0

Rise 2.0

Nice and simple game, great music and concept. It would be a very good game for its scale if it got some more polish in the way how the controls work and how the game communicates its concepts.

Some feedback for the developer(s):

  1. To jump I drag my mouse pointer and that’s fine. What’s weird is that it seems like the game tracks not how I drag the pointer on the screen, but how it moves in the game world. Meaning that if i fall down my arrow starts pointing down and I have to cancel my attempt.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

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Rise 2.0 on Steam



Played this in vrchat and honestly it’s really fun. ^^ I hope to see a option for custom songs? similar to BeatSabers mods. The problem I have is the blue note. They work better in this game then in vrchat. In vrchat, they kinda delay a bit? idk if that’s a vrchat issue or not, hopefully that gets fixed. Overall it’s not a bad game I hope to see more content.

Real player with 2.2 hrs in game

Loved the VRChat world and bought it to support

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game




Have you ever tried to understand musical notation?

With Arpsic, you can train yourself with intuitive lessons, learn the treble clef, bass clef, and more!

With a straightforward interface, free piano, and experience points to help you in your music journey.

  • 4 clefs to practice music notation.

  • Free play mode with a midi piano full of weird sounds.

  • 10+ piano voices.

  • 10+ songs to learn, with more on the way.

  • Gain experience points and level up your skills.

  • Get rewards and unlock new features.

  • Practice your rhythm.


Arpsic on Steam

Nino Maze LOFI

Nino Maze LOFI


This game started out promising.

Relaxing music, not too difficult maze, nice animation of a running cat, …

I liked the game instantly and felt like it would be a nice way to relax.

But the further I got in the game, the more I felt like the goal of the creators was to irritate us.

The “difficulty” of the mazes was the increasing length and the smaller size. Everything became smaller so it’s not a game for people with bad eyesight! And the mazes were super easy but just really long. The music also became more irritating. Sounds that don’t fit together and “singing”?

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

Overall exactly what I expected, with a few issues -

The fact that it gets smaller with each stage wouldn’t bother me had they kept to a light colored background and tiles - a black cat would show up fine in contrast. I was able to see fine in all the stages, it just was more annoying on those.

I really, really wish the LoFi didn’t have any speaking to them. It made me jump multiple times, and just pulled me out of the relaxing mood. It’s only in a few of them, but I personally didn’t enjoy it.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Nino Maze LOFI on Steam

Nino Maze LOFI II

Nino Maze LOFI II

Another fun kitten game for my daughter to play!!! She loved it. Congratulations to the developer!!!!

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

Very relaxing and fun maze game with an amazing lofi soundtrack! Recommended!

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

Nino Maze LOFI II on Steam

The Automatician

The Automatician

Cons:One of the main problem with this game is that it only takes around 2 or less hours to complete it. I also feel as though the story was unfinished. I wish maybe that we could play as Emma when she is the automatician. I also found a key that you can pick up and never found the meaning of it. In the room where the fountain is there is a door that is locked that i thought the mystery key was for. What are all those do not enter signs on those doors about. Why didn’t I ever get to go upstairs. Who are the people that I’m competing with?

Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

Too short, too many bugs, too little response from “developers” (read that “students who have graduated”). This is a fairly clever little game that was not really ready to become a product before, it appears, the course it was written for ended.

We never could figure out how to get into the secret room, even though we must have “solved” the game, as the credit roll came up after we solved the last puzzle. But, there were a couple of unchecked items still on our list of quests. Worse, one of the walkthroughs clearly shows that same item marked as completed just after an action that one would expect to complete it, yet that did not get it marked completed when we took that action ourselves.

Real player with 2.2 hrs in game

The Automatician on Steam