Music & Beat (O2Jam)

Music & Beat (O2Jam)

There are certain games on Google Play that will have you tap on tiles and after doing this you will hear a sound. This is one of the easiest ways to play music and when we saw Music & Beat (O2Jam) we thought it was one of these games.

Unfortunately this is not really the case. The game comes with numerous levels to play and perhaps some of them will really have you play music but at least the first ones do not work like this. Instead you will get to see falling tiles that you must touch at the perfect moment while there’s some music playing. When you touch the tiles at the perfect moment you get points and then life points so if you miss too many tiles the game ends. If you miss a single tile, then your score gets down to zero again so you should be careful with this one too. Fortunately your life points (remember, there’s a difference between life points and regular points) will not drop down to zero at once but they will suffer damage for sure. That’s about it; this is what you will be doing in this game. Needless to say Music & Beat (O2Jam) comes with 2D visuals only but since this is a music game, the app excels in the music department. You will get to listen to numerous nice songs and then more and this is something that we doubt you will dislike but as a whole the game disappoints. Maybe later levels will bring more fun but we did not have the nerves to wait that long.

All in all Music & Beat (O2Jam) is not the greatest game we have seen but we will eventually give it a second chance. Then again there surely are people around the world that will like what this app has in store for them so we cannot say that Music & Beat (O2Jam) is a total loss. It is not, but if you want to play a game where you play music by touching tiles, this is not the app for you.

Music & Beat (O2Jam) is here on Google Play.

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