Music games include applications focused on teaching you about music, quiz apps and high-pressure games where you try to virtually play along.
Magic Piano by Smule (Free)* Magic Piano allows you to play along to hit songs at your own pace, teaching you as you go. You can share your performances. (Score: 97/100)
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Drum Pads 24 - Make beats and music (Free)* Drum Pads 24 lets you make your own music, driven by beats and a variety of styles and sounds. (Score: 96/100)
Song Quiz, Guess Radio Music Game (Free)* In Song Quiz, you hear a segment of a hit song and have to name the artist as quickly as possible. (Score: 96/100)
4 Pics 1 Song (Free)* 4 Pics 1 Song gives you a set of photos that are clues to the name of a famous song. Can you guess which one? (Score: 95/100)
Guess The Song Game - Music pop quiz (Free) This quiz asks you to guess a song based on hearing a short snippet of the song, or from visual clues. (Score: 95/100)
Cytus (Free)* In this game, you tap along to music while exploring a visual and musical landscape that is set in a future ruled by robots. (Score: 99/100)
Deemo (Free)* Deemo is another tapping-to-music game set in a haunted anime-style world. A little girl is lost there; can you help her get home? (Score: 95/100)
Dynamix (Free)* This game has you tapping along to the music of over 20 original songs, whose visual representations flow past the screen at an ever-increasing pace. (Score: 94/100)
My Singing Monsters (Free)* In My Singing Monsters, you breed, grow and care for magical monsters who sing to you and eventually become monster orchestras. (Score: 93/100)
SongPop (Free)* Song Pop is a competitive game where you attempt to guess the name of a song before a friend or random player does. (Score: 92/100)
*Available on Apple and Android
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