Music Inc

3.8
32.4K reviews
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Music Inc - a game that allows you to envelop yourself in the world of music production.

UK Music, the IPO and Aardman have joined together to create a game whereby you take on the role of a producer and owner of a start-up label, you can select artists to nurture, record their songs, then support them with marketing and band management, ultimately attempting to succeed through the sales of your artist’s recordings. As you progress, your empire grows, allowing you to expand your studios and take on more artists to conquer the charts.

- Sign artists to your label from the Artist Market.
- Manage your artists to increase their fans, charisma and motivation.
- Send your artists on tour to make extra cash and increase their skill.
- Release your tracks in a virtual chart.
- See how piracy affects your sales.
- Upgrade your studios to unlock management tools.
- Borrow money from the bank, but make sure you pay your overdraft off!
Updated on
May 16, 2019

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3.8
32.4K reviews
Jaxson and the bros
July 8, 2022
This game is good and is easy to pick up and have fun with, the only problem with this game is that the fan count goes down way to fast for the artists themselves which is bad for if you want to keep one artist for a while. What I am saying is all you need to do is lower how fast fans go away so you can have a single artist for longer yet sill have to pick up new artists along the way (Edit) small problem is that this game also doesn't have a lot of replayability
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A Google user
December 19, 2019
Wanted to like. Enjoyed the UI and it was addicting, until I realized I have to play every mini game to get a "boost" for the song I'm recording. That would be fine if the "boost" is mandatory to make a good song without the paying a coach. Plus the only thing I didn't really like was the mini games. They aren't practical for playing with the phone in your hand and at times seem unforgiving.
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A Google user
October 4, 2019
I want to like this game, but a lot of the decisions in it are really questionable. The game runs in "real" time instead of passing time whenever you take actions.l which does not fit the theme of the game. The minigames are technically optional but you lose out on so much if you don't do them. I wish the game used randomly created artists instead of blatant ripoffs of real ones, which becomes even more of a joke when the game adds a piracy mechanic.
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What's new

Added support for larger screens.