I just got this game yesterday (November 22nd, 2014) and I have to say, it's easily one of my favorite games. One of the best games I've played in the last few years.
-game review under this top 5 list-
(This is my personal 5 favorite games of the last few years. 1st game being favorite, 6th game being least favorite of my favorites (though of course not bad as it is a top 5 list.))
Now, the review.
Melody's Escape is a pretty simple game once you get used to it, and that's not a bad thing. You select a song (or playlist. You can choose to play an entire folder of songs in order with the press of a button, which is a great feature.) to play, and the game generates an obstacle course style of level that syncronizes with the music you selected. The goal of each level is to get as many correct "notes" as possible. In my experience, the game tends to sync more with the percussion parts of the songs I put in, which is nice.
As someone who sits at a computer all day listening to music, regardless of what I'm currently doing, I find this game to be quite fun. I always found it slightly uncomfortable to be sitting at my desktop listening to music while not doing anything.
"I'm not doing anything but listening to music, and it's a waste of time because I'm not making any progress in anything." --Me before I bought Melody's Escape
Now when I'm not playing Warframe, I'm playing this. There are a small number of games that I feel like I can play music with without ruining the gameplay of said game. The fact that this game is 100% centered around the music I'm listening to is just fantastic.
If you like to listen to music but feel like I do about playing music while playing a game, then this game is for you.
Although to be honest I'd recommend this game to everyone.
Another thing to note is that the difficulty curve from "Relaxing" to the next difficulty "Medium" is a decent one. You'll have to practice a bit to get good with Medium. 15 hours in and I'm still not ready for the two higher difficulties, but that's fine for now.
Because I'll be playing this a lot.