Hey, I'm Nick Culbertson. I created "Epic Orchestra" to combine my two passions: music and retro games. Playing to the rhythm of the music will immerse you into classical music like never before. The art style takes inspiration from late-80's console games, while the gameplay strives to be easy to play, hard to master.
The Apple TV is an ideal platform for this style of game. The controls have been tightened to be ultra-responsive to the slightest gesture with the Siri Remote.
• Swipe-based rhythm action
• Works on Apple TV w/ Siri Remote
• Game Center Leaderboards
• 27 Game Center Achievements
• 15 levels (5 free/10 IAP)
• Variable difficulty (easy, normal, hard)
• Full classical music score
• Power-ups & quirky animations
Based in Chapel Hill, NC
Wednesday, Oct 26th, 2016
iPhone, iPad, & Apple TV
Free with optional IAP (USD $1.99)
Moby Pixel is a mobile app development studio by Nick Culbertson in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The journey began in 2010 when I got the iPad 1. At the time, the App Store was pretty sparse. I kept searching for apps that didn't exist—so I decided to start making them! Over the years, my catalog has continued to grow with new ideas while maintaining and updating over 160 apps.
Originally, I operated under the names Mad Calf Apps and MyIndieApp. Moby Pixel was formed in an effort to refocus my mission to produce aesthetically engaging, one-of-a-kind mobile experiences that open a gateway to epic nostalgia! Thanks for joining me on this journey.
- Nick Culbertson
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