Among the storm of releases we seem to have missed one extra release from ngmoco, a interesting music game called WINtA which sorts of break away from the recent farm like simulation game from ngmoco.
The game is described as “re-inventing the genre made popular by Parappa the Rapper”. One things for sure, the game is pretty unique.
Play along with your favorite music artists in WINtA – the next step in music rhythm games on your iPhone and iPod touch. Re-inventing the genre made popular by Parappa the Rapper, WINtA provides a fun and natural way for you to tap along to your favorite songs while creating unique and addictive challenges at the same time.
NEW TRACKS ADDED REGULARY
From the App, you can get new songs or download free tracks from an ever-growing selection of artists! Each track that you download is custom designed, giving you a completely new game and visual experience. Check back every week for new artists and new free songs!
WINtA stands for War Is Not the Answer, and is the brainchild of famous Japanese game designer Masaya Mastuura, the inventor of the music game genre with his 1996 title Parappa the Rapper. WINtA re-invents this genre, and is an innovative new way of involving players in music and lyrics.
Join the Plus+ network to meet friends and compare scores using the Leaderboards! They are suited for each difficulty, so no matter if you’re a beginner or a pro, you’ll always be able to compete with others around the world. On top of that, you will be able to unlock all kinds of awards to further prove your skills in WINtA!
FOR A GOOD CAUSE
Ngmoco is working with the OneBigGame organization, a videogames industry charity initiative. Their mission is to bring together some of the most famous game designers and major development studios to create a number of unique games, specifically developed for OneBigGame, with the goal of helping children in need around the world.
For more information on OneBigGame’s initiative, please visit http://onebiggame.com.
Is this the new Tap Tap Revenge? Maybe. There’s only one way to find out. The app, as always from ngmoco, is FREE, so go check it out.