[prMac.com] Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam – Do you love singing? Do you love connecting with people? If yes, “Sing a Song for Free” released by LunacatStudios is the game for you. It is very similar to Draw Something but for singing. It is not only the game for fun but also a social tool for you to connect with your friends and everyone around the world. The game asks you to sing a top-hit song and your friends will try to guess the title of the song that you just performed.
The nicest thing got out from the game is that, while many of us love singing but we do not have enough chance or enough encouragement to sing it in front of other people, and having this game is a solution. You can choose to sing to your friends or someone who do not know you at all. One nice feature of the game is allowing you to morph your voice to make it not only fun but also for people who are too shy to share their real voices.
Sing a Song is very simple for anyone who already played the famous Draw Something before. It just follows the same turn-based fashion. You select a friend or a random people to play, and pick one of the three songs given by the game. The game then shows you the lyrics for you to sing along and a link to Youtube videos of the song, in case you forget the its tune.
“The idea of Sing a Song came across because the whole team are fans of Draw Something,” said Tien Dinh, founder of LunacatStudios. “Seeing the excitement and potential of this idea, we decided to push back other major game projects to mainly focus on this game. Now Sing a Song is on the market with many solid features. We are porting it to Android while maintaining development on other new apps. Two of our new products will be on AppStore soon next month.”
When you receive a record from your friend, while you are listening to the song, if you are able to guess what is the title, you can stop the audio player at anytime and start typing on the virtual keyboard the title of the song in the hangman-style. The faster you guess, the more coins you and your friend will earn for that turn. If you find it hard to guess the title, you can use the hint to help rule out some available letters to narrow the guess. There is also a built-in instant messenger for you to chat with your friends.
Another great feature of Sing a Song is that, it provides the top-hit songs from many countries and many languages including English, Latin, French, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese and Chinese. Which means, if you love to sing any of popular songs from those languages, you are all set. If not, you can still send a request to LunacatStudios, they are more than happy to add a new set of songs from a different country when there are enough requests.
Sing a Song now features more than 3000 songs covering the most popular songs from many countries in the last few years. The database is also actively updated every week with the newest great songs. In the mean time, LunacatStudios is planning to add music beat to the game while making the game available on Android phones to support Android users out there.
“I believe Sing a Song for Free has a lot of potential to grow,” continued Tien. “Let’s give it a try, and see if you like it. By the way, LunacatStudios is holding a Mini Contest to win an iPod Shuffle. For more information, please go to Facebook of LunacatStudios.”
Sing a Song for Free directly supports English, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish and Swedish languages.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 16.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Sing a Song for Free 1.2 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.Sing a Song for Free 1.2
Download from iTunes
Screenshot (Main Game)
Screenshot (Song Selection)
LunacatStudios is a small company based in Vietnam which has 3 developers and 1 designer. The company was founded in early of 2012, focusing in building social mobile games. Copyright (C) 2012-2013 LunacatStudios. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.