Flyhigh Works announced that their rhythm title VOEZ has been updated to version 1.5 on Nintendo Switch.
This free update adds 11 new tracks to the game bringing the total number of playable tracks up to 185, all of which are free for owners of the game.
A trailer was also released giving a preview of the new tracks and some of the gameplay from the new songs that are available, including which difficulty they are played on.
VOEZ is a rhythm game developed by Rayark Ink, originally for iOS and Android devices. The game received a Switch release in 2017 and has been receiving updates since. Each song has 3 difficulty settings with the option to choose to make the notes faster for each song. The game has notes falling from the top of the screen where players are able to tap them as they get near the bottom.
VOEZ is available now for Nintendo Switch and iOS and Android devices.
You can watch the new gameplay trailer below:
Author’s take: As a big fan of niche rhythm games like this, and Deemo, I just end up loving some of these songs. So much so that I end up adding them to my Spotify playlist. I can usually do okay on the hardest setting of the game, but I can’t increase the note speed at all. That’s insane.
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