- Category: Music
- Released date: 11/09/2010
- Current Version: 1.0.2
- Seller: Smule, Inc.
- Recommended Age: 4+
- Download Size: 16897426
- Last Update: 07/22/2011
- Requirements: iPadWifi, iPad23G, iPad3G, iPad2Wifi
Featured in the New York Times, USA Today and in tech blogs across the world, Magic Fiddle is revolutionizing musical games! Enjoy the #1 US iPad App, #1 US Game and Top 10 game in 45 countries!
Get 32 songs FREE with your purchase. With this game, you’ll actually create the music as you play. Follow streams of colored light to the correct notes and rack up points as you go. Score high to earn bronze, silver and gold medals for each song.
With close to 1,000,000 songs played, this #1 app is not fiddling around.
"It’s pure, unadulterated musical awesome." - Christina Warren, Mashable
PLAY 32 FREE SONGS:
Get 32 songs FREE with your purchase! Also check out the song store for kids songs, holiday songs, oldies and more.
• Silent Night
• Canon in D
• Amazing Grace
• Pomp and Circumstance
• Ave Maria
• Auld Lang Syne
• Air on the G String
• National Anthem
• Video Game Theme Songs
• And many more…
PLAY TO WIN:
Hit the correct notes by following streams of colored light. See your score after each performance and find out if you earned a medal. Only the best can earn gold!
Take it to the next level and compete for a place on the global leaderboard and unlock cool badges.
PLAY LIKE A VIRTUOSO:
For the first time, you actually create the music as you play the game. Add your own twist to any song by bowing, plucking or trilling right from you iPad.
Don’t know what that means? Learn basic and advanced fiddle techniques from 8 interactive lessons included free in the app.
LISTEN TO THE WORLD:
Listen to other fiddlers from around the world playing on the Smule globe and show your support by ‘liking’ their songs. Broadcast your own performances for other fiddlers to enjoy.
"WOW" - David Pogue
"Smule releases it's most ambitious app yet" - Jefferson Graham, USA Today
"The way Smule introduces the user to Magic Fiddle is sort of.. well, magic." - Greg Kumparak, MobileCrunch