Virtual Magic Kingdom! (review)
First off, this game by Disney has been mentioned in other threads on this site, but it's a cool enough game to spread it around a bit.
Ok where to start.. This game ( Virtual Magic Kingdom ) is game is amazongly awesome. It's the the only "sim" like game out there on the net that offers chat, games, photography marksmanship, music making, cartoonish WDW scenery and, hidden mickey hunting.. all for free!
If your like me, you dl'd it (hey, it's disney.. and free!), browsed it, and moved on. But I tell you folks, don't pass this Disney experience up! Especially while it's free and being tested! And since it's new, it's vocabulary for chat is getting better as it goes, but you gotta learn how to be slick with your words (which is a game in itself!) like for instance, using won for "one" and "It's in on the free" to explain to a n00b that there's a HM on a tree! :lol: it works though.
It also has multi player games like PoTC boat sinking game which is some what difficult, a JC game for photo capturing, a very addicting (and competitive) fireworks show maker, and an amazing music maker prgram that's extremely easy to use! Once Stitch recomended this and I checked it out, I was instantly hooked!
So now.. if I may.. I'm going to use this thread for all of us to post our Disney Music Maker works for others to listen to!!!! :yahoo: (which could work as a convienence, seeing VMK only saves 5 masterpieces)
There's labor and requirements to post your mixes here though. First, you got to make a song in the MM. Second, you'll need a camera (I used my cell phone cam) or means of posting the screen shot for others to review.
This pic looks complicated, but it's not. If you make your song by principles of music, then anything you create, will sound good (to you)! When I say principles, what I mean is putting effects in sequence (loops) of fours, or work in quaters... one.. two.. three.. four... one.. two.. one.. two.. three.. four..
if your timid about trying it (MM), at least try the sequence pic above to see how a final sound (and effort) would sound! :thumbs: