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Keyed-Up!

Publisher/Developer:
Antic Publishing, Inc.
Computer type:
Atari XL/XE
Binary format:
Binary executable
Release date:
Code:
Raymond Citak
Minimum players:
1

Description
Keyed-Up! was Antic's August 1988 Super Disk Bonus as a music education program disguised as a goofy game. Game gives you practice at hearing the difference between scales in major and minor keys. As you try to keep a bird from getting zapped on an electrified wire fence, you're actually learning the relationship between sounds and key signatures  those sharps or flats at the start of a musical composition.

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