Isle of Tune HD for iPad launch!

Isle of Tune is a unique multi-award winning music game launching on 6th Oct for iPad.

Part music sequencer, part SimCity style construction game; Isle of Tune allows players to construct their own musical journeys out of streets, buildings and other roadside objects.

Passing cars trigger sound effects and musical notes.  Tunes can be uploaded and shared with other users to view and rate.

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Based on the massively popular web game (SXSW interactive 2011 winner, FITC 2011 'best game' winner and Webby Honoree), Isle of Tune expands on the  web version with intuitive touch controls, new functions, sounds and sharing features:

? New sound effects and instruments with access to full keyboard mode for advanced tunes ? New controls: set road delays, rotate and reset your cars ? Add up to 8 cars with their own individual speed settings ? Save, load and upload your islands for others to rate and view ?‘Direct Share’ system for Game Center friends ? Get to the top of the charts and earn Game Center achievements ? Browse and experience all 125,000+ existing islands

Played over 10 million times and featured on: BBC, Techcrunch, Boing Boing, Kotaku, Neatorama, The Gadget Show (UK TV) and numerous other blogs.

Created by London, UK digital artist Jim Hall ( with iOS development by veteran game developer Stuart Middleton


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Create Digital Music article and interview:

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The Gadget Show video review (UK only):

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