Notes fall from the top, bottom, left, and right. A “zero gravity” sound game that embarks on a journey around the stars while having a DJ party!
A SOUND GAME THAT LETS YOU LISTEN TO THE MELODY FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE UNIVERSE
RAVON is a stylish rhythm action (sound game) featuring notes falling from all four directions. Touch or hold down the music that falls from the top, bottom, left, and right in a panel arranged in 5×3 to handle it. The atmosphere with space travel as a motif is good, and the songs are cool with variations.
RHYTHM ACTION WITH A SPACE MOTIF
Above all, it’s interesting that the notebooks fall from the top, bottom, left, and right, giving a sense of weightlessness. Hitting the panel feels like hitting an Akai sampler. The UI that does not make you feel cheap is also highly favorable. I’m glad that the location judgment is sweet and you can play with both hands or one hand. In addition, the iOS version can play all songs with a paid version of 250 yen. The Android version can play Chapter 1 “Milky Way” for free. After that, payment is required.
A NOVEL SENSE OF PLAY THAT FALLS FROM THE TOP AND BOTTOM
Notes that fall from the top, bottom, left, and right, fresh for music lovers. Touching the touch panel also touches the panel, so it is interesting with a sense of tension. The visibility is a little bad, but once you get used to it, you can play normally. I didn’t feel the stress unexpectedly because the touch judgment is lenient.
INNOVATIVE OPERATION FEELING EVEN FOR SOUND GAME PLAYERS
Also includes the song “Entrance” by ICE, who tormented many players with the brutal difficulty of the classic sound games “Cytus” and “Deemo”. Even in the paid version, you have to complete missions to unlock all stages. There are pros and cons to this, but do a full combo! It’s not that high a hurdle is imposed, so don’t worry.
EARLY GAME TIPS
First of all, play any song on a low difficulty and earn a score. As you complete missions, you will be able to unlock songs. I’m not that good at music games, so I can’t give you any advice, but I felt that it’s important to look at them in terms of areas rather than points. That’s the most annoying thing.