Alphabeats: Master Edition

Alphabeats: Master Edition

Alphabeats: Master Edition:

Do you have rhythm in your blood? Do you have good reflexes? Are you good at spelling? Well, you had better have these qualities in abundance, because you are up for a challenge!

Alphabeats: Master Edition is a combination of a spelling / rhythm (music) game. As you launch the game, you will be presented with a comprehensive menu. In the middle of the screen you will be able to select from over 20 tracks to play – or you can upload your own favourite tracks. Also, you will have an option at the top “How to Play” (which is a good tutorial), an online leader board and the words you manage to spell correctly (the longest too).

*– [Real player with 4.4 hrs in game](*




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--- Alphabeats is a combined word and rhythm game that was originally released as free game with pay-to-play levels on mobile platforms but was well reworked for PC, there is practically no trace of being a mobile game in the past. You control a pointer that can horizontally move and collect letters from the board to form a word; those letters appear concurrently with the song rhythm. You have to make the best words you can, leading you to aim for the highest score (leaderboards are synchronised online). That might sound pretty easy but beware, as the song's speed gets higher and as you aim for longer words, you'll also have to keep in mind that you have to dodge the letters you don't want to use in a word which you plan to put together. *– [Real player with 1.1 hrs in game](* --- ![Relaxicon]( "") ## Relaxicon At some point, when you're far along in terms of earned points and don't want the particular run to end, it becomes less Relaxicon and a bit more Concentraticon and even Tensicon. Mainly, though, it is a simple, fairly easy and relaxing way to pass the time and work your brain and language skills. I really like the very detailed dictionary-based explanation of each applied word. It's especially good for those learning the language - or just wanting to broaden their vocabulary. Much recommended! *– [Real player with 39.8 hrs in game](* ---

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--- **Pros** * Minimalist word game with great "feel" and responsiveness. Elements pop, float, and drift with natural animations. * Gameplay is straightforward and self-explanatory. Like Scrabble or Boggle, it maintains its longevity through simplicity. Longer words score higher. Varied words prevent hitting the "same letter limit." **Cons** * Dictionary is inconsistent. Sometimes word forms like past-participles, adverbs, and gerunds are allowed. Other times they are not. It all depends on whether the specific word is arbitrarily in the accepted word list or not. This becomes a problem when you're at risk of a letter-limit game-over or fail a "minimum word length" challenge because you can't add a -ing, -ous, or -tten suffix. *– [Real player with 17.6 hrs in game](* --- ![Rhyme Storm]( "") ## Rhyme Storm This game is easy to play but hard to master. Me and my buddy (theskinnymenace) always have a blast playing. It also activates the rhyme center in my brain and i found myself crafting my own raps in my head just for fun. The prompts and subject matter are always hilarious. *– [Real player with 24.9 hrs in game](* ---

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--- If you've ever wanted to learn how to freestyle rap, buy Rhyme Storm right now. If you want to watch me embarrass myself playing Rhyme Storm, watch my video above. If you've never freestyled before and need to learn how, choose Freeflow Mode to get used to rapping a rhyme within the beat. Stick to the semi-randomly generated lyrics, add to them, embellish them, and learn the art of improvising. Once you're ready, or if you want a challenge, go into Off the Dome Mode where you're simply given the rhyme for each line. Sure, you'll make a fool of yourself, but you'll pick up the skills a lot quicker than you'd think. *– [Real player with 8.3 hrs in game](* --- ![Trivia Vault: Music Trivia]( "") ## Trivia Vault: Music Trivia Game sucks! *– [Real player with 0.5 hrs in game](* only 1 achievement *– [Real player with 0.4 hrs in game](* ---