A Musical Story

Last updated on May 27th, 2023 at 11:50 am

A Musical Story


A Musical Story is one of the best $4.99 to play game in the App Store.
Developed by DIGERATI DISTRIBUTION AND MARKETING LLC, A Musical Story is a Adventure game with a content rating of 17+.
It was released on 4th March 2022 with the latest update 4th March 2022

Whether you are a fan of Adventure, Music, games, you will find this game interesting and will absolutely like it.


8 people have rated 1.0.5

You can download the game A Musical Story from APP STORE.


‘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.

Updated on 4th March 2022

A Musical Story Reviews

We’ve played hundreds of music/rhythm games, and we make our own music games, and this is the best mobile music game we’ve ever come across. A delight to play.

The way the notes are placed on the same arc in each level, we feel like its just as much an exercise in spatial awareness as it is rhythm. We were happy to follow through many challenges to the end of the touching albeit confusing story.

The concept behind the game is nice, the music is okay, and the art is gorgeous, but the gameplay itself can be erratic and frustrating. The sound doesn’t always exactly sync up with when you’re supposed to tap the screen, and even hitting notes when the "assist" glowing dot hits the circle doesn’t always guarantee a hit. And then there are a few screens where there isn’t any beat, and you just have to try to mentally time/guesstimate when the sequence is going to start, to try to hit the first note. Too often an exercise in frustration.

The concept is great but the execution is terrible. We have been a musician for years and have a very good sense of rhythm but we cant even get through the first level!! You have to complete a level perfectly before you can move on to the next one and even if you miss the very first note of the sequence, you have to listen to the entire sequence before you can try again. Save your money and avoid mega-frustration; buy something else!

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