KiiiZ - A New iOS Game to Learn to Read Musical Notes

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[] Montreal, Canada - Joranne Reysz, an independent game developer, today is pleased to announce the release of KiiiZ : Tiny Music Robots, available now for iOS. KiiiZ is a game that allows everyone to learn or revise how to read musical notes in several clefs by the means of an arcade gameplay while having fun. Joranne Reysz developed this app to bring to everyone a fun and challenging way to learn to read musical notes. Musical notes reading is known to be hard and difficult, KiiiZ makes it easy and fun.

KiiiZ's players must find the name of the keys displayed on screen while making as few mistakes as possible and be the quickest to get maximum points. They will win golden stars, discover different levels and take on new challenges throughout the game. They can also compare their results with the whole KiiiZ community via the Game Center. All these game mechanics are used to motivate them to play better and therefore to better read music.

Using finely tuned game mechanics and a beautiful interface, KiiiZ introduces a new and engaging way of learning how to read musical notes.

* A new style of play
* An arcade game that allows you to learn musical notes
* "Special" notes
* Treble clef, Bass clef, Tenor clef
* Several naming conventions (do, re, mi... C,D,E... )
* Leaderboards and achievements on the Game Center
* Competition with friends for the best score and sharing on Facebook or Twitter
* Over 150 levels
* Progressive difficulty

Language Support:
KiiiZ directly supports English, French, Spanish, German and Italian languages.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 13.0 MB

Pricing and Availability:
KiiiZ 1.0.1 ($1,99) is available for sale worldwide now exclusively through the App Store in the Games and in the Education category.

Located in Montreal, Canada, Joranne Reysz is an independent game developer. All Material and Software (C) 2014 Joranne Reysz / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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