Update: Looks like this update is only for those users registered in last week's beta test. You can register for the closed beta by filling up this form.
Last week, we wrote about the upcoming changes to music-based game SongArc, which includes a more modern user interface, gameplay tweaks and much more. Several users were already testing the new features through a closed beta.
Here's what is included in the SongArc 220.127.116.11 (Beta):
- Completely redesigned menus
- Tons of free music from Featured Artists
- New tutorial
- Editor enhancements
- You will no longer lose points is If a lag occurs
- Simultaneous notes will have the same color and shape
- Many more small tweaks.
- Windows Phone 7 is no longer supported
With over 1.5 million downloads and over 120,000 Sheets created by the SongArc community, the music game is certainly popular with Windows Phone fans. Hit up the link below to download SongArc Beta, and let us know how you're liking the new features in the comments. As noted above, you will only be able to download the update if you're registered as a beta tester. If not, hang tight. The public client should see the new additions shortly. Check out our post from last week to know all the features that will be rolling out with the update.
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