You like your music, but how well do you really know it? "Don't You Know Your Own Tunes" is the advanced music quiz that will challenge your memory and rattle your knowledge... with answers that are as close as your own music library.
"Don't You Know Your Own Tunes" is a 10-round challenge of diverse mini-games that will test how well you know what your music sounds like, how it's arranged, and who plays it. This game isn't just about release dates and cover art -- these games are mainly played with your ears, bombarding you with your own tunes and testing your ability to keep it all straight. To make things more fun, some of the mini-games use your own listening history as the basis for questions!
Five mini-games are provided in version 1.0:
WHO'S THAT: Identify an artist from four short segments of their songs.
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO: Find the missing song in a sequence of consecutive tracks from an album
FAST FIVE: Four-second clips from five different songs are played, but 10 songs are shown! Can you pick out which songs you're hearing?
YOU AND YOUR TUNES: What have you listened to today? Yesterday? In the last week? Hope you know, because those are the questions.
THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT: Got any really short or really long songs in your collection? This game asks you to pick them out.
[Note: more mini-games will be introduced in future updates]
You should have at least 100 songs in your library, including at least five complete albums, to reduce repetition and make the game more fun.
The game also allows you to save your progress in mid-game and continue later, and maintains a high-score list of your best games.
Tune in to tough trivia from your own music library. After all... don't you know your own tunes?