Calling all fans of anime who think they are real pros of the genre, we've come across a quiz styled game that will put your ears to the test. The Anime Soundtrack Music Quiz app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and is a must-have for any fan of the genre. This is your opportunity to prove how much of an expert you truly are by correctly identifying the music and songs found in anime.
There is no sort of age limit on the Anime Soundtrack Music Quiz app as all ages are welcome to test their skills and maybe prove a point to their friends and family. There are three different levels of difficulty in this app where you need to properly identify the music and songs in the anime genre. There are two different game modes which are single player and multiplayer. Keep in mind that in multi-player mode unlike many games there is no need for an Internet connection, because the players will all be playing on the same device instead. Some of the genres that are found in the game include Seinen, Spokon, Josei, Romakome, and plenty more.
The game is still a fairly new release and with that said it doesn't yet have a customer rating, customer comments, or any updates. It’s really just a matter of time before anime fans discover this offering.
The Anime Soundtrack Music Quiz app is kept pretty simple but with that said it does offer a few features. You'll be able to make use of the easy-to-navigate menus, the game controls are smooth and responsive, the app is quick to respond, and you'll be earning trophies as you play. What's fun is that as you work your way through the game it's almost like reliving all the great moments in anime. It's even a good way to brush up on your knowledge if you happen to be new to the genre.
What's cool is that you and your friends can not only compare your scores but compare strengths, beats, responses, and more giving it even more of a competitive vibe. The user interface should get a mention as well as it does a great job to set the scene so to speak as does the sound effects and music. The only downfall is that the app is supported by ads which are definitely distracting.