SongArc is now a Universal Windows App for Windows 10
SongArc is one of the most popular games on the Windows Platform and it seems that from now on, the game will be a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app for Windows 10. In other words, this popular game can be played on Windows 10 platforms on both desktop and mobile devices.
SongArc is an awesome game that will bring music from your mobile device to life. Here are some of the features that it comes with:
– Play with any songs that you like (rock, hip-hop-, jazz, classics, electro and more);
– Play with free songs that are provided by some awesome artists;
-Ergonomically designed gameplay which you will be able to learn very easy (However, it will be quite difficult to master).
Andras Velvart, CEO of SongArc, has said that thanks to the UWP conversion, the team will be able to share a majority of code across the platform, allowing them to experiment with new gestures.
While Velvart has said that SongArc was been created first for Windows due to “centralized resources and enthusiastic beta testers,” a cross-platform focus was a priority right from day one. The CEO added that over 90% of the game is shared cross-platform, not re-written, having saved them a lot of time and trouble.
In addition, the developers had enough time to experiment with the input methods and gestures, crucial to the gaming experience on mobile devices. You can now download and install the SongArc UWP game on your Windows 10 desktop or mobile device right now from the Windows Store.
It’s just a matter of time until more applications and games will be UWP. This will surely help Microsoft gain more popularity on mobile devices. Currently, the most used smartphones on the market are running on Android OS, but thanks to UWP, we’re pretty sure that a fair amount of people will start using smartphones running Windows 10 Mobile.
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