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Re: Name That Note fanzine!

Post by markymark » 08 Jun 2009, 17:50

New personal high score : 535
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Not bad, really...

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Re: Name That Note fanzine!

Post by markymark » 08 Jun 2009, 21:40

Would you look who's in the lead - over all? :wink:
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Re: Name That Note fanzine!

Post by markymark » 09 Jun 2009, 16:44

Build a bridge and get over it dave!

Barrie doesn't just ask anyone to moderate on these forum....? :P

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Re: Name That Note fanzine!

Post by markymark » 09 Jun 2009, 18:35

Check the high scores page for yourself.

I didn't click properly on one of the notes and that used up some time otherwise I would have had more than that!

By the way, I just made 620 FYI!

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Re: Name That Note fanzine!

Post by markymark » 20 Jun 2009, 22:01

Have you seen my latest score of 820?

I'm only joking - the aeroplane one is far more addictive!

460 is moving towards the top of the leader board, isn't it?

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Re: Name That Note fanzine!

Post by QuakMultimedia » 24 Jul 2009, 15:48

Hello

I am the original developer of the game, and I'm glad to see that it is still being used so enthusiastically.

An updated and improved version is available on my website at http://www.quak.co.uk. The updates include new music, the ability to turn the music off and on, a greater challenge due to the inclusion of the sharp notes and some small bug-fixes.

I also have a pitch recognition edition on there too.

Feel free to use the games as much as you like to perfect your skills, and as you'll see they are also for sale should anyone want to place the games on their own websites.

Regards

Gareth

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Re: Name That Note fanzine!

Post by markcasias » 18 Feb 2010, 18:10

hi Gareth, thank you for the game it so challenging... i really love it..... :sad:

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