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ATTENZIONE! BEST PLAYED WHEN KEYBOARD LANGUAGE IS SET TO AMERICAN/ENGLISH.
ALSO, WATCH OUT FOR CAPSLOCK, DON'T HIT THAT KEY.
Giuseppe Fortissimo, the worst pianist to date, has one pretty tough time on the stage as the crowd hates on him like crazy. Show them some of your passione, Giuseppe!
Help him keep his dignity and seek eternal bliss for his deeply misunderstood talent.
Made in about 32 hours.
3 stars it was fun but not so much when the controls stop responding and i get stuck in place.
Watch out for capslock, hun.
This get's like 4 stars on concept alone. I couldn't even focus on the game I was laughing so hard at the noises I'd create. The other star is because is fun. I still love you, Giuseppe.
It get's 4.5 cuz it's a smash in hilarity!
I'm a composer and a pianist and this tickles me big time. I really enjoy listening to the cat-on-the-keyboard sounds I create, you did a good job of making it really hard to create a cohesive melody or harmony. Great simple concept and style.
This is some really creative, goofy stuff.
For "Rock on,Giuseppe!",go out the stage by destroying the little thing and continue till the cliff,then continue mashing right buttons et you will have it.
For "Was It Worth It,Giuseppe?",go to the cliff,fall and press nothing,you will have it.
For "Someone Still Loves You,Giuseppe!",go to the cliff,go back in the opera,and play something to the guy who clean up.
And the rest is just a bunch of Hardcore gaming.
P.S: Sorry for bad english ^^'
The concept is very amusing, and the gameplay is easy to learn but difficult to master. Randomly mashing buttons on the side of the keyboard you want to move in the direction of is harder than it sounds, not that that is necessarily a bad thing. The only real negative is that the flip-up seems a little unreliable and last much longer than you want. Many times I watched the piano close just a split second before an object smacked me on the head. Granted most of this could be alleviated by my reaction times being better.
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