Features

“Expertly crafted music games that challenge, delight, absorb and teach”

The Interactive Classics series of music games was put together by music professionals who know what kids want in a game, and what parents and educators need in a lesson.
Each game in the series features:

Original storylines and characters rendered with stunning original graphics.
Over 20 hours of puzzles and games, many of which are patented and unique to the Interactive Classics series.
Beautifully reproduced music played by leading classical musicians.

Below are just a few examples of the games created for the Interactive Classics series. Each has multiple levels of difficulty, and each teaches a particular discipline. All are fun and addicting!

Learn the sound of each instrument

Children learn the sound each instrument makes. This feature is part of each title in the series, and acts as a primer and reference that children draw on when playing the various games.

Mozart's Magic Flute Music Game
screen from Mozart's Magic Flute Music Game

Improve sound recognition

Discern complex melodies

Some games teach children to recognize melodies regardless of the instruments used or the tempo and arrangement. In this scene from Alice in Vivaldi's Four Seasons.

Vivaldi's Four Seasons Music Game
screen from Alice in Vivaldi's Four Seasons

Build musical memory

each time seeing and hearing a different instrument. They must remember what was under each lily pad, for a mismatch costs them a 'life". If all are matched correctly before all lives are used up, the game advances. If not, the player must start all over.              

Mozart's Magic Flute Music Game
screen from Mozart's Magic Flute Music Game

Improve pattern recognition

Children must identify the instrument and move it into the correct position before it hits the ground. Careful! If you make a mistake things pile up fast.

 Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Music Game
screen from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Music Game

Write a melody "on the fly"!

They must help Alice catch various objects, each of which is a musical note each time choosing a note/shape. In the end you hear the melody they've uniquely created, with Vivaldi providing the accompaniment! 

 

Dozens of other puzzles and games within Interactive Classics series titles both teach and excite!

We can't show you everything on this page, but as you can see the music games of this series are comprehensive, original and fun. They're all part of larger stories and unique worlds of imagination and adventure.

"Stories and worlds created by the masters, and brought to the video gaming world with unique features"

The puzzles and games play out within original narratives — based on the original masterworks but adapted to the video game environment. For instance:

In Mozart's Magic Flute, children play as young 'Wolfie' who follows Mozart's storyline to get past obstacles and rescue Princess Pamina from the Queen of the Night.

This game from Alice in Vivaldi's Four Seasons let's children write their own melody!
screens from Alice in Vivaldi's Four Seasons - This game from Alice in Vivaldi's Four Seasons let's children write their own melody!

Original Narratives

 
Mozart's Magic Flute Music Game
screen from Mozart's Magic Flute Music Game

Unique Characters

In addition to 'Wolfie', in the Magic Flute game, we offer the Cheshire Cat, as both helper and narrator, in Alice in Vivaldi's Four Seasons.

Alice in Vivaldi's Four Seasons Music Game
screen from Alice in Vivaldi's Four Seasons

We've composed both prose and poetry to teach, amuse and cajole!

The games offer ways for children to learn more, add context and advance their music education through music encyclopedias, biographies, histories and more. For instance, in Mozart's Magic Flute children must correctly answer trivia questions to win the game.

We've composed both prose and poetry to teach, amuse and cajole!
partial screen from Alice in Vivaldi's Four Seasons