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In this video, Lilo reviews 3 Musical Mobile Games!

Lilos is back for another Mobile Monday review session. Music is on her mind and so she has picked out three mobile music games to review. She plays Dancing Line, Deemo, and Cytus while giving you a brief overview of the game and a rating score out of 5.

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13 thoughts on “The Lilo-log #44: 3 Musical Mobile Game Reviews!

  1. lordyou says:

    Music games sound like a great idea. Dancing line looks fine, I agree the issue of music choices needs to be fixed.

  2. imkirsten12 says:

    My first choice among the three games is the Dancing Line. I just love its soundtrack that creates enjoyment with its fast-paced gameplay.

  3. Alma May says:

    Dancing Line is one of the arcade games I played the most on my Smartphone. I really enjoy its challenges while its music background makes my heart pumpin’ all the more!

  4. numberpardox says:

    Dancing Line reminds me of Snake game in Nokia’s 3210. Without the music and colorful graphics, it feels like playing snake to me.

  5. If I did a game review on Deemo, I would give it 2 out of 5 stars. The graphic is terrible. It’s not enjoyable at all.

  6. Opondo says:

    I think i simply enjoy the musical line. I don’t know about you but it gets my mind thinking faster than my eyes can keep up.Lol.

  7. mchesk16 says:

    Cool games. I wonder if having any musical training would benefit you while playing. Thanks for the vid!

  8. Chatingale says:

    I used to play piano tiles on my phone. Really need to have quick fingers to play musical mobile games.

  9. Vannie says:

    Music plays a vital role in every game especially on egames. Music adds more emotion and that makes these musical games enjoyable and fun.

  10. Edwin Kamau says:

    Musical games are cool.I have a guy who loves playing Musical games.

  11. David Kamau says:

    The dancing line is fun. I played it once and I can say it’s awesome.

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