If you enjoy chilling to your favourite hits on your Windows Phone, as well as playing the latest games (possibly at the same time?), you're going to love In Two. The game is developed by Scott Lovegrove, a well-known developer in the Windows Phone community here in the UK, and is a new title that's essentially "guess that tune," but with a slight twist. That twist being it's powered by Nokia Music.
As one can imagine, the aim of the game is to guess what the title of the song is that's currently playing, as well as the artist. Points are awarded based on what the player (or players) manage to get correct. Once the game is loaded, a specific genre of music can be selected, or if you're looking for a challenge there's the possibility of including all genres. The difficulty can also be configured, which will provide anywhere between 1 and 30 seconds per track. There's no endgame either, so you literally play until you get bored.
When attempting to guess the song and artist, the player can choose to type in the entries manually or say "Artist is..." or "Song is..." along with the guesses and the app will do the rest. If you happen to get stuck and even Bing can't help you (we know some of you will use search engines!) then selecting the give up button will skip to the next.
We noted that In Two uses a points system, so a leaderboard is available, right? Absolutely. This requires registration, but is completely optional, so if you simply want to have a laugh with friends that's indeed possible. Lastly, since In Two connects to Nokia Music for all the songs, you can select that specific song you're currently on and the app will take you into Nokia Music where the song can be purchased. We recommend checking In Two out, especially if you're into music.
You can download In Two from the Windows Phone Store. The app requires Windows Phone 8, is free to run and is ad-supported (these can be removed with a 79p / $0.99 in-app purchase).
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