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Rise to Fame: The Music RPG Screenshots

• Five original rock songs and tough 3D-graphics
• Adjust the music with special skills
• Do a rocking gig and earn money and fame
• Get the best out of your band with money you’ve earned:
- Buy instruments, drinks and more
- Dress your band with outrages outfits
- Get access to the best instruments to lift your band to the highest level
- More than 20 skills which you can improve on over and over
- 7 stages to rock out
- 22 levels to rock your way to the top
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