Glorious rhythm game Voez gets 16 free new songs on Switch


Developer Rayark is once again updating its awesome Switch rhythm game Voez, this time adding 16 new free songs to the already gargantuan 185-track roster.

Version 1.6, as the update is known, pushes Voez’s song list above the 200 mark, doubling in size since the game launched on Switch in March 2017 – not bad for an initial spend of 20. £, especially since all updates have been completely free. .

You can hear snippets of all 16 new songs — which span a pretty wide range of genres, from perky pop and techno to sing-song ballads and metal — in the trailer below.

Voez, if you haven’t had the pleasure yet, is a fantastic rhythm game, and my personal favorite example of the genre on Switch – a console that’s not exactly lacking in top-notch music games, thanks to the likes of Superbeat : Xonic, Deemo, Taiko no Tatsujin and Thumper.

Voez’s genre-spanning song list is accompanied by wonderfully hypnotic visualizations, which truly draw you into the music, especially when playing on the touchscreen where shapes and colors burst from your fingertips with every press, stroke and scanning. Here’s a great example of everything working in glorious unison, if you’re curious:

The Voez version 1.6 update will be available for download soon and is free for all existing Switch owners. The full game costs £18.99 on Nintendo’s eShop (a physical version also exists), and there’s even a demo if you fancy giving the old one a try before you buy.


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