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Pianog Fractions: Drop A Beat, Giuseppe!

By Nathan Grayson on February 27th, 2013.

Hm, something smells fishy here. And no, actually, it's not the fish.

Drop A Beat, Giuseppe! sort of reminds me of Frog Fractions. Admittedly, there’s hardly any overlap in subject matter or genre(s), but the hilariously unhinged epic’s spirit is alive and well in this one. Without spoiling too much, the “worst pianist to date” simulator¬†seems to be about mashing out cat-shriek-level tunes in order to gingerly hop left and right, avoiding the slings, arrows, and puffer fish of outrageously pissed-off concert-goers in the process. To be honest, that was kind of wonderful (if very short-lived) in itself, but then I found more.

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