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The object of Music Hero is to hit all of the falling notes as they land in the colored disks at the bottom of the screen, which you do to the beat of the music. By building up combos and hitting multiple notes you can earn points to try to beat your highest score.
Music Hero only includes three songs by default and none of them are well known. This puts the game far behind similar Android games such as Guitar Hero and Tap Tap Revenge, which give you a wide choice of tracks from famous artists to play along to.
The advantage that Music Hero has though, is that there is an option to load your own songs into the game from your phone's memory, meaning you can play the game with any song you like.
Music Hero is easy to pick up and play and it's good fun for a while. However, it still lags behind the aforementioned Guitar Hero and Tap Tap Revenge in terms of presentation and depth of gameplay. The graphics are smart but a bit boring, and there's no variation in the gameplay (different instruments or career modes for example). There's not even an online scoreboard in Music Hero for you to test yourself against others.
Music Hero is fun for the fact you can play it with your own music, but the game lags the pizazz needed to keep you entertained for a long time.
- You can now set your local music file as your ringtone after you finished the song Fixed the white/black screen issue on some devices