“Music on: Acoustic Guitar” for Nintendo DSiWare.

September 1 st 2010 - BARCELONA

Abylight is proud to announce the worldwide release of“ Music on: Acoustic Guitar”, latest title of its successful musical series for Nintendo DSiWare TM .

Acoustic Guitar” will be available for the Americas next Monday, September 6 th, and for the European, Australian and New Zealanders users on Friday of the same week, September 10 th; priced at only 200 Nintendo DSi Points TM .

The sound quality and users' interface are remarkable improvements regarding our previous titles. Users will be able to hear fingers moving on the frets, strumming nails, and other real sound effects of an acoustic guitar, all displayed on an easier and more intuitive musical application. Nonetheless, the +900 chord directory alone makes this application a huge asset for any musician, amateur or professional." - Said Alberto González, Designer of“ Music on: Acoustic Guitar”- " We are very proud of the end result, as a musician and as a game developer working for Nintendo DSi”.

“Acoustic Guitar” is the second instrument application developed and published this 2010 by Abylight, but there are more games and applications on the way. Keep tuned for news and feeds on Abylight's Twitter ( http://twitter.com/abylight) and Facebook group ( http://facebook.com/abylight).

Music on: Acoustic Guitar

An acoustic guitar in your pocket!

Play your favorite songs easily, thanks to the pre-selection chord option, and enjoy the sound quality achieved. Hear the fingers on the frets and the nails while strumming!

A directory of over 900 chords shows you how to place your fingers in a real guitar and let's you listen them while selected.

5 different styles will accompany you to set the mood.

Features:

    <*>+900 chords. <*>8 definable chords on the Control Pad. <*>Intensity detection while strumming. <*>Palm mute function. <*>Shows how to place the fingers in a real guitar. <*>5 accompaniment styles: Pop Rock, Soft Rock, Country, Ballad and Blues. <*>4 variations for each accompaniment. <*>8 predefined chord selection per style. <*>Metronome. <*>Save up to 10 sessions (chords, tempo and style selected). 

Quick Reference Sheet



Title

Music on: Acoustic Guitar
Genre Musical application
Publisher

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Developer

Abylight ( http://www.abylight.com)
Service Nintendo DSiWare
Price 200 Nintendo DSi Points
Release

(the Americas)

September 6 th 2010
Release

(Europe

Australia

New Zealand)

September 10 th 2010
ESRB “E” Everyone
PEGI /

USK

OFLC

Exempt
Promotional trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USWWe009GKM


"Music on” series

“Music On” series for Nintendo DSiWare is a software collection including musical applications and games for all ages.

Latest releases of the series are“Music on: Learning Piano” for the Americas and“Music on: Retro Keyboard” for European and Australian territories.

About Abylight

Abylight is a solid and well established game developer from Barcelona, founded in 2004 by four professionals of the video game industry with a rich experience on productions for a wide range of platforms since 1988.

Since 2009, Abylight started its path also as an on-line video game publisher.

Abylight’s most recent interactive entertainment releases, aside from the“Music on” series for Nintendo DSiWare, are "Fish'em All!",“NEVES Plus: Pantheon of Tangrams” and“Stop Stress: a day of fury” for WiiWare TM .

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Press contact

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Eva Gaspar +34 931850008


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