Practice identifying notes with this fun little game.
Press the button of the letter of the note you see.
The correct answer is revealed.
Smile, you got that one right.
Choose how you want to play.
Note recognition is an important skill for students of many musical instruments or voice. This game makes note identification practice more fun with simple, engaging play. Purchase it from the App Store or play online for free. Play now
Behind See Note
See Note began when it was “HackFest,” a week of technology exploration at my place of employment. With the goal of writing a cross-platform game, I again turned to the cocos2d family of products, but this time used cocos2d-x, so I could write once and deploy both to the App Store as well as to the web.
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See Note complies with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act as there are no ads, no connecting to social media, no collecting or sharing of location or personal information of any kind, no website links, and no extras to purchase.