The sequel to one of the best music game of 2012 by Best Apps Ever Awards: Frederic – Resurrection of Music.
Defeat famous opponents in musical duels. Immense yourself in fantastic story of Frederic's endeavors. Catch all the Easter Eggs and subtle parodies hidden in the background. Challenge your friends to multiplayer duels. Practice your skills until perfection and become the Master of the Piano.
The world of music is once again threatened. The art of soulful music, the kind that touches your heart, is in grave danger of disappearance. The evil forces that you fought so bravely are back! And they are even more powerful and desperate. Once again you'll need to step into Frederic Chopin's shoes and face opponents that have only one agenda - to enslave the musical world, mass produce soulless artists with their same-sounding radio hits, and reap enormous profits, hindering any creativity in the process.
- 10 challenging musical duels with some of the most renown pop stars
- 10 fantastic, catchy tracks, inspired by Frederic Chopin's composition and different music genres.
- Quirky story with tons of parody and twists
- Local multiplayer
- Extremely easy to get to, but hard to master gameplay
- Hand-painted animated comic
- Game center achievements and leaderboards
- few bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
This game is unplayable if you haven't played its predecessor.
This game makes a fatal mistake unique to sequels; it assumes that the user played the first game. This game is unable to stand-alone without context. Frederic - Evil Strikes Back was a disappointingly frustrating experience. It is not easy to pick up and play (and I'm not a rhythm game noob). Not only are you dumped what feels like halfway into a cutscene, but there is no tutorial, no freeplay/practice mode, nor any semblance of an introduction.
I know there might be a rebuttal of "you have to go play the first one to be allowed to have an opinion on this", but other games I've played are structured such that I have been able to play them in any order. The games in a series need to be strong whether you are considering them as stand-alone items or together.
I really like the art style, but I was less impressed with some of the other components (distracting background actions, the voice acting, strange note light up timing). The whole experience has left a bad taste in my mouth.
The Sequel lacks Heart
The first game had great-sounding original music, this sequel has disappointing parody music instead. The story and characters were original in the first game, this sequel has you searching for Frederic's heart again in a less interesting story. The previous game had more balanced difficulty, this time even normal mode is challenging. I found it to be an average sequel which could have been so much more.
- Forever Entertainment S.A.
- 667.2 MB
- Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Forever Entertainment S.A.
- In-App Purchases
- Remove advertisements $2.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.