Frederic: Resurrection of Music

Step into Frederic Chopin's shoes in Frederic: Resurrection of Music. Dive into this magical journey as you battle your opponents in musical duels. Play through ten catchy arrangements of Chopin's greatest classics. Laugh till your stomach hurts with an hour of animated comics. Challenge your friends to multiplayer battles and practice your skills to perfection.

Its weird. I am playing on too easy and using the mouse. The animations and characters in this game are so funny that it makes the game for me. Makes me want to listen to the original Chopin. Date published: You play along with music from Chopin, but the developers have adapted the music to different styles. Lots of technical options, screen resolution, graphics quality, and input. Also, the game is way too difficult! I can't say Id buy it unless it was on sale BUT it amused me enough to keep playing. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by megwoman25 from UM Yes, everybody knows it's him. He's tired of just de-composing.

It had a lot of choices. From a musicians point of view its horrific, but if you can't play music I guess it would be fun and challenging. The one thing that I object to about the game is having to rehear the entire dialogue between Chopin and the challenger I tried it first on the computer keyboard, but that didn't work very well for me since I've also played the piano, I'd instinctively try to play according to the music, but it doesn't match with real piano keys , so I switched to mouse. The demo only has the first 2 of apparently 10 songs. This is a large file game and so far I can't figure out why. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Dj from Frederick: the resurrection of music I am a pianist and I really enjoyed this game. I'll probably buy this game and when I finish I'll review it again. Lots of technical options, screen resolution, graphics quality, and input. Also, the game is way too difficult! Im playing on "too easy" mode and if this mode is too easy, I don't want to see normal or difficult or I think very difficult? That way you can play with both hands. There are no instructions, apparently they assume you know what to do.

So, for example, you duel "Rob Marley" in a laid-back Carribean version of a Chopin piece. It may appeal to others, though, who may like bright cartoony graphics. The thing about this game is, I actually really like the overall premise and Im a huge music fan so it intrigues me but I think the controls are very confusing and hard to manage. I can't say Id buy it unless it was on sale BUT it amused me enough to keep playing. The muses have raised Frederic Chopin from the dead to battle against a modern day one man electronic band. I dived right into the game without reading the help section I tried it both ways and Im better with the mouse but its still hard and like I said I was on the "too easy" level. The trial was way too short. This is based on a fairly short play time, so I don't know if it would get boring after a while. Then again This is creative and different from any other casual game I've played. I give it a 4-star just 'cause I almost never give a 5. Lots of technical options, screen resolution, graphics quality, and input. If I am wrong about this, I'd appreciate someone telling me how to skip


Frederic: Resurrection of Music tahiti-papeete femme m'sila

This is based Ringlore a fairly short play time, so I don't know if it would get boring after a while. The only drawback to the game is there seems to be no way to skip the storylines if you've seen them before. I played on Too Laruaville 9 mode and was hopeless, but hopefully that's because it took me a while to figure out how to play. There are 7 wires leading to your keyboard. Chopin has been resurrected in the modern age by the Muses to help save music from being overrun by greedy, talentless, mass-produced pop stars. To help him, he is given his old grand piano which can now shrink to a convenient portable size and a magical golden flying carriage. With the mouse, I completed the "too easy" Dolphin Dice Slots without too much work had to replay a couple of levelsso after I finished and realized how short it was, I thought of trying again in "normal" mode. The gameplay is best described as rhythm gameplay and requires quite a bit of dexterity, even at the easiest of the 3 available difficulty modes. If anyone finds a way to begin the challenges without the dialogue repeat, please post Frederic: Resurrection of Music. The music is great and the challenge is good, too. Also, the game is way too difficult! The thing about this game is, I actually really like the overall premise and Im a huge music fan so it intrigues me but I think the controls are very confusing and hard to manage. I didn't check. It's implied that Chopin just got high from Farm Frenzy 3: Russian Roulette marijuana smoke and hallucinated everything in this level.

Mushroom Samba : The Caribbean stage ends with Rob vanishing in a puff of smoke. If anyone finds a way to begin the challenges without the dialogue repeat, please post it. To help him, he is given his old grand piano which can now shrink to a convenient portable size and a magical golden flying carriage. Notes come down seven lanes representing a piano's keys four white notes and three black notes and must be hit in time. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by maarja0 from Something completely different The idea of the game is very good and interesting, and I've never played a game like this before. Date published: This is an extremely clever and well thought out game. And, speaking to the developers, what about "Beethoven: Resurection of music"? Try it. It had a lot of choices. There is a gradation of challenge, so you can pick how hard you want it to be. The game is also notable for having an actual plot with cutscenes, a rarity for rhythm games.

I play piano by the ear I stop when the headaches get too badso this is different. If anyone finds a way to begin the challenges without the dialogue repeat, please post it. I don't know how to review this game and since its only out for mac users and there is no forum to review it, I'll just do a brief one here. He regains a normal skin tone Frederic: Resurrection of Music the final level. Chopin Zumas Revenge been resurrected in the modern age by the Muses to help save music from being overrun by greedy, talentless, mass-produced pop stars. And, yes, thank god, the space bar does allow you to skip the cut scenes and go directly to the duels it would have been nice for the developers to tell you this on their help page. It fit my widescreen and gave me a choice of what kind of graphics I wanted which was like 7 types but I chose beautiful and it was cartoony so it wasn't what Id consider beautiful but maybe compared to the rest?


14 thoughts on “Frederic: Resurrection of Music

  1. He regains a normal skin tone in the final level. BTW, why don't mac users get a forum when games are released for us only? Mushroom Samba : The Caribbean stage ends with Rob vanishing in a puff of smoke. In it, Frederic pursues a new villain, the Puppet Master, who kidnapped the Muses and stole Frederic's heart.

  2. I recommend this with reservations that you give it the full demo time. Definitely one of the best purchases I've made. Date published:

  3. I tried it first on the computer keyboard, but that didn't work very well for me since I've also played the piano, I'd instinctively try to play according to the music, but it doesn't match with real piano keys , so I switched to mouse. Btw, to skip the movies, hit the space bar. I am really looking forward to going back and play at the higher challenge levels. If you don't like music, you won't like this, but if you do, I recommend this as an addictive game that has you going back to play along with music by Chopin over and over again.

  4. The only drawback to the game is there seems to be no way to skip the storylines if you've seen them before. The muses have raised Frederic Chopin from the dead to battle against a modern day one man electronic band. So, for example, you duel "Rob Marley" in a laid-back Carribean version of a Chopin piece. I tried it both ways and Im better with the mouse but its still hard and like I said I was on the "too easy" level.

  5. Id say try it out because if you like music and can get used to the controls, Id say it would be a pretty fun game. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by maarja0 from Something completely different The idea of the game is very good and interesting, and I've never played a game like this before. Lots of technical options, screen resolution, graphics quality, and input. Frederic's search for the villain behind the music industry's decay takes him around the world, where he gets challenged to musical duels that consist of Chopin's own compositions arranged to fit his opponent's nationality.

  6. This is based on a fairly short play time, so I don't know if it would get boring after a while. There is a gradation of challenge, so you can pick how hard you want it to be. I'll probably buy this game and when I finish I'll review it again. To help him, he is given his old grand piano which can now shrink to a convenient portable size and a magical golden flying carriage. I replayed the first song and did much better the second time around.

  7. This opening cut scene is fairly long - there is a total of one hour of cut scenes. The game is also notable for having an actual plot with cutscenes, a rarity for rhythm games. The animations and characters in this game are so funny that it makes the game for me.

  8. The gameplay is best described as rhythm gameplay and requires quite a bit of dexterity, even at the easiest of the 3 available difficulty modes. You play along with music from Chopin, but the developers have adapted the music to different styles. Im playing on "too easy" mode and if this mode is too easy, I don't want to see normal or difficult or I think very difficult? In the game's ending, Mastermind X is forced to listen to his own music or, as he calls it "music substitute" which he claims can cause poisoning. There are 7 wires leading to your keyboard.

  9. I recommend this with reservations that you give it the full demo time. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by toothrooter from Fun It's implied that Chopin just got high from second-hand marijuana smoke and hallucinated everything in this level. You play as Frederic Chopin who was a famous musician piano to be exact and you are playing a bunch of his classics in a battle type atmosphere against other musicians except their names are changed like I just played against what looked like Bob Marley but his name was Rob.

  10. The game is also notable for having an actual plot with cutscenes, a rarity for rhythm games. He regains a normal skin tone in the final level. Btw, to skip the movies, hit the space bar. That way you can play with both hands.

  11. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by megwoman25 from UM Somehow he loses it in a parking lot full of cars that clearly aren't tanks. This opening cut scene is fairly long - there is a total of one hour of cut scenes. I replayed the first song and did much better the second time around.

  12. That way you can play with both hands. Id say try it out because if you like music and can get used to the controls, Id say it would be a pretty fun game. So when you shut down the game and go back to it, you have to listen to it all over again. The demo only has the first 2 of apparently 10 songs. Whether I'm bored in a waiting room, stressed out and need to unwind a bit, or laying in bed unable to sleep

  13. The muses have raised Frederic Chopin from the dead to battle against a modern day one man electronic band. You can use the mouse or pick which letters on the keyboard you want to be your 'piano'. With the mouse, I completed the "too easy" mode without too much work had to replay a couple of levels , so after I finished and realized how short it was, I thought of trying again in "normal" mode. The story line had me laughing out loud many times and the play sytem, awkward and challenging at first, actually worked quite well after a bit of practice. He's tired of just de-composing.

  14. Mushroom Samba : The Caribbean stage ends with Rob vanishing in a puff of smoke. Its different, its Notes come down seven lanes representing a piano's keys four white notes and three black notes and must be hit in time. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Dj from Frederick: the resurrection of music I am a pianist and I really enjoyed this game. The comic book story didn't appeal to me, but you can skip it to get to the musical game.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *