Nora - Touch Your Feeling

Contains adsIn-app purchases
3.9
8.25K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

* It's an aesthetic music game. More than a pocket piano!
* Touch your heart with melodious piano tunes and relax your soul.
* Follow the development clue of the love story along with the beautiful melodies.
* Every beautiful tune is played by yourself.
* You sound like a piano prodigy while you are playing the game.

Features:

* Real piano instrumental feedback. Playing complicated piano tunes is so easy.
* Rhythm and tempo control - What the music should be? It's up to you!
* Mass musics across various genres.
* Choose your favorite scene like forests, outer space etc. - It's your stage.
* Instrument options: Grand piano, Digi keys, Guitar, Music Box, Bass and more.
* Upload your own MIDI files, and then play it.
Updated on
Apr 22, 2019

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3.9
8.25K reviews
A Google user
August 25, 2019
Just beautiful. It's hard to find a music game that has instrumental music only, most are electronic music which I'm not huge fan of. This one has a ton of beautiful pieces and amazing controls. The hard level is very difficult for some songs, but it just makes the game challenging enough to enjoy. Amazing graphics too! Overall would definitely recommend.
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Awkward Commentator
December 15, 2020
Nora is not bad, but this review will focus on how its unable to tell a plot using songs. It's divided into chapters with set lists with a good range of genres, but a lacking consistent tone. It also has achievements with nice supplemental pictures, but neglects to reward performing through whole set lists (except one). It's alright on its own, but backfires when attached to a narrative. From this view, it's a challenging rhythm game dragged down with its unfortunate attempt to tell a plot. 2/5.
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Daniel Johnson
June 5, 2020
The one free song was too easy even on the hardest difficulty. I understand that starting songs are supposed to be easy, but I intentionally tapped the wrong part of the screan and it marked the tap "perfect". I'll give you 2 stars instead of 1 star for having no bugs because I think the "tap anywhere" thing was intentional by you.
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