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Music Catch

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Music Catch. Catch the colorful shapes that appear when the music plays! The more shapes you collect, the more points you get. Yellow shapes give you a bonus and multiply your points, but watch out for red shapes!

EDIT: Thank you all very much for your comments and responses! Regarding the music for the game, it was composed by Isaac Shepard and is called "Before Dawn" from his "Swept Away" album.

UPDATE: You can now listen to music and download sheet music at www.isaacshepard.com. Also, the "Swept Away" album is now available on amazon.com.

ANOTHER UPDATE: There is now a download-version of Music Catch that includes lots more songs and allows you to play any MP3 you have on your computer! Download it at: www.reflexive.com/MusicCatch.html

NEW iPhone Version: Music Catch is now available for your iPhone. Check it out! www.musiccatchgame.com

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used to play this game back in the day and cry

Wonderfully simple. An engaging enough game to play while enjoying beautiful and transportive pieces by Isaac Shepard.
I used to play this a lot around 2010, when I was younger; the music moved me.
Now, years later, these pieces wrench at my heart. As I listen, memories of a time flash back to me with each swell and lull.
Isaac Shepard if you ever see this, thank you. Your music moved me then, and it blows me away now with a great nostalgic force. These pieces are forever playing in my soul.

Good game)
2,441,863 on the first try)

Another of the great games of Newgrounds.

It´s not about the difficulty of the game is about taking the time to listen a wonderful song.

Easy but relaxing in a way. Definitely enjoyed!

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4.67 / 5.00

May 22, 2008
7:06 PM EDT
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