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The game uses streamed music, i.e. not pulled from a user’s iPhone library. This is a major gameplay enhancement compared to other music quiz games on the Appstore, since all players enjoy a music quiz on an equal footing from the same playlist.
The game includes 3 different modes that can be played alone or with friends (2, 3 or 4 players) on the same iPhone/iPod:
- "Buzz" mode where the iPhone becomes a multiplayer-buzzer: players have to be the fastest to buzz, to say the answer out loud, which is then displayed on the phone;
- "MCQ" mode (Multiple Choice Question) where multiple answers are proposed, incorrect answers disappear over time;
-  "Expert" mode for experienced gamers who don’t need help and want to respond using the iPhone keyboard.

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