A Musical Story demo goes live on Steam as London Games Festival begins


A chance to try the recently announced rhythm game, part of LGF’s Official Selection for ‘Narrative Excellence’

Indie publisher Digerati is happy to share the news that a free downloadable demo for A Musical Story is now available from the game’s Steam page. Part of the London Games Festival Official Selection for ‘Narrative Excellence’, the demo for A Musical Story has been released to coincide with the start of the event, which runs 19-28 March. 

Created by French developer Glee-Cheese Studio, A Musical Story is a music/narrative experience set in the 1970s. The demo consists of the game’s first 10 chapters, and introduces players to its rhythm-based gameplay, which differentiates itself from other music games by focusing on a player’s ability to listen, rather than how well they can follow a visual timeline, when attempting to reproduce a song.

Anyone wanting to discover more about A Musical Story will also be able to watch a profile video with Charles Bardin, the game’s designer and co-composer. The short film airs this Saturday, 20 March, at 1PM GMT, and can be watched on the London Games Festival YouTube channel.

About the game
A Musical Story is a rhythm game set against a 70s backdrop. Explore the memories of Gabriel, a young man trying to come to terms with his situation through the connections to his musical memory. Each correctly played melody opens a new chapter into Gabriel’s past, bringing him closer to the truth.

Key Features

  • Rekindle Gabriel’s memories with rhythmic button presses in time with the music
  • Storytelling without words – discover Gabriel’s journey through music and visuals alone
  • Gabriel’s story comes to life through a beautifully crafted art style
  • A unique original soundtrack featuring 26 songs
  • Play every song perfectly to unlock a hidden chapter

A Musical Story is the debut game from independent French developer, Glee-Cheese Studio. They are: Charles Bardin (Game Design + Music), Maxime Constantinian (Programmer), Valentin Ducloux (Music + Integration), Alexandre Rey (Artistic Direction).

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