Difference between revisions of "Music Painter"

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| type        = other game
 
| type        = other game
 
| licence    = Not specified
 
| licence    = Not specified
| author      = Mr. Reaper
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| author      = [[User:Mr. Reaper|Mr. Reaper]]
 
| version    = 0.1
 
| version    = 0.1
 
| download    = :File:MusicPainter_v0.1.zip
 
| download    = :File:MusicPainter_v0.1.zip
 
| source      =  
 
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| peripherals = {{Wiimote}}
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You just point One or Two Wiimotes at the screen, and "Paint Music."
 
You just point One or Two Wiimotes at the screen, and "Paint Music."
  
Button B = Normal Pitch
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*Button B = Normal Pitch
Button A = Higher Pitch
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*Button A = Higher Pitch
Buttons -/+ will change your Instrument
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*Buttons -/+ will change your Instrument
Buttons 1/2 will change the DrumTrack
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*Buttons 1/2 will change the DrumTrack
  
  

Revision as of 05:35, 13 October 2012

Music Painter
General
Author(s)Mr. Reaper
TypeOther game
Version0.1
LicenceNot specified
Links
Download
Peripherals
Wiimote.svg Wiimote.svg


It's kind of a Musical Doodling Toy....

I played an NDS app called AXE, and was inspired to create my own similar thing for the Wii.


You just point One or Two Wiimotes at the screen, and "Paint Music."

  • Button B = Normal Pitch
  • Button A = Higher Pitch
  • Buttons -/+ will change your Instrument
  • Buttons 1/2 will change the DrumTrack


Any number of people can participate!

One person can use 1 or 2 Wiimotes at the same time (dual-wielding!).

Or Two people can each use 1 Wiimote.

Or 3+ people can sit and watch and say, "Hey, it's my turn!!" while the first two people have fun....


(Special thanks to Titmouse for compiling this with his improved sound libraries)