The recently released trombone game is taking the internet by storm just because it’s so worth it.
It was initially spotted by our friends at computer games (Opens in a new tab) It was described as “the world’s first trombone-based music game” – according to the game Steam . page (Opens in a new tab) Trombone Champ sees players making their way through more than 20 classic tracks from the likes of jingles, marches, classic tracks, electronics, popular classics, and more. Like most rhythm games, the goal is to play the song as accurately as possible to score points, or in this case, “tromboneer cards.”
Fortunately for those who are not musically gifted, all you need to play is a controller or mouse and keyboard and no musical knowledge. You really have to watch a clip of Trombone Champ in action to see the appeal. Luckily for you, we’ve rounded up the best reactions we’ve seen on the game below, so you can also get in on the trombone hype.
The world’s first percussion trombone game is instantly a competitor to GOTY. And no, I’m not kidding. Turn up the volume and listen to Beethoven like you’ve never heard before. https://t.co/Qu7Cmkhjzc pic.twitter.com/jTXNdWx3ZmSeptember 20 2022
Trombone Champ is the only game I literally wish I could be. He is definitely outside of this world god class. the curse. If you respect life, you will play it, laugh and curse the geniuses behind it. # Trombone_champ pic.twitter.com/F9zlPwOgj9September 21 2022
What makes Trombone Champ special, other than being the first of its kind, is the fact that, unlike most other music games, it gives players the freedom to play any note at any time – meaning you’re not just playing with the music, you’re playing it, which leads to some performances The fun of very popular songs, you can see one of them below.
Much of Trombone Champ’s magic comes from the Mii-like characters that present everything on screen as well as the captions that appear with every note you tap. Depending on how accurate you play the trombone, you’ll either get “Perfecto,” “Nice,” “Ok,” “Meh,” or maybe even “Nasty.” Which only adds to the general atmosphere of the game.
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