A Life in Music

4.1
6.83K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this game

Antonio and Silvia will never forget the Summer of 2008, the fortuitous meeting of two high school students who share a passion for music will upset their lives forever.
"A Life in Music" is a 2D side scrolling game with rhythm game elements in which the lives of the protagonists will cross with the life and music of Maestro Giuseppe Verdi. Produced by the Teatro Regio di Parma, the emotional experience combines multiple choices dialogues, dozens of characters and locations and over 20 original tracks to bring us on the screen dreams, friendships and fear.

Main features:

- 9 exciting chapters to play all in one go;
- A graphic adventure set in the city of Parma and in the places linked to Giuseppe Verdi;
- Over 30 tracks: solo piano, indie, pop, rock;
- 20 characters;
- A challenging rhythm game that will allow you to unlock unique Verdi's life postcards.
Updated on
Feb 26, 2020

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4.1
6.83K reviews
Amy Alles
July 6, 2019
simple and sweet I thought this was a cute story. It had a little less than 2 hours of play time, and kept me entertained. Not to mention, the game was completely free, with no annoying ads and pop ups. my only complaint would be about the music mini games. (you'd have to to tap on the notes as they pass through their highlighted area.... similar to lots of other music games) It would've been more enjoyable if the notes matched the rhythm of the songs. other than that, I'm pretty satisfied!
35 people found this review helpful
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rui
August 1, 2019
An alright game experience... I enjoyed the soundtrack, but the controls and gameplay were so incredibly slow it was driving me nuts, especially waiting for text messages to pop up. I would have preferred if you allowed me to click through text messages like you did with the dialogue. The sound design could use a lot more variation (e.g. the same exact cough noise used every time), and I wish there had been a choice for a happier ending, but it was a realistic story I guess.
16 people found this review helpful
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Adesh POZ
May 19, 2019
I'm waiting for the last two acts to drop. although the story wasn't something mind boggling and I found the pictures (those stills you show for moments) as childish. The graphics are vibrant but there isn't much of a gameplay or exploring part so 3 stars is the most it can get. It definitely needs more to explore. or maybe I'm expecting too much... Update: Wow. Crazy ending. I did not anticipate that I did thoroughly enjoy it. Something unusual. that's good. Keep it up!
56 people found this review helpful
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TuoMuseo
May 19, 2019
Hi Adesh, thanks for your feedback. We hope you can revisit your review considering the ending and the free nature of the game.

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Chinese language added.