Uncover all of your grandfather's sheet music, hidden in his home amongst a treasure trove of gorgeous antiques and musical relics. Melodious music box games will let you piece these special compositions together and unleash their symphonious secrets. Unlock Creative Mode and write your own outstanding arrangements.
User reviews: Very Positive (125 reviews) - 93% of the 125 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Oct 11, 2008

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Uncover all of your grandfather's sheet music, hidden in his home amongst a treasure trove of gorgeous antiques and musical relics. Melodious music box games will let you piece these special compositions together and unleash their symphonious secrets. Unlock Creative Mode and write your own outstanding arrangements. With a house full of secrets and a box full of music the aural excitement never ends.

  • Beautifully rendered graphics
  • Entrancing musical score
  • Unlock musical mysteries!

System Requirements

    • Supported OS: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP/Vista
    • Processor: 800Mhz
    • Graphics: DirectX® compatible with 16 MB of Video Memory
    • Sound: DirectX® compatible Sound Card
    • DirectX® Version: DirectX 8.0
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM (512+MB recommended)
    • Hard Drive: 54 MB or more
Helpful customer reviews
17 of 17 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 5
This is a genius idea made into an exceptionally enjoyable game. Tetris-like blocks contain bits of a musical score and are colored according to what instrument you'll hear when clicked upon. Fit them all together in the correct way to play famous songs. Out of all of them, there were only two I didn't know by heart. But even if you don't recognize a single one, a bar on the bottom of the screen will play the whole tune for you, as many times as you like. The catch is, you'll only hear each score from ONE instrument. That instrument normally plays the main tune so it's usually not too difficult to figure out what order those blocks go in. But then you have to place all the other instruments and make sure the blocks fit together correctly. For those who love both puzzles and music, Musaic Box is a real gem. My only gripe is that the game isn't long enough. I could have happily played for many more hours.
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
8.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 30, 2015
An inventive and unique little puzzle game.

In this game you find pieces of paper, in the style you would in a hidden object game, and you use those pieces to unlock new music, therefore new levels, for you to play.
The levels consist of famous songs, you’re given a preview to listen to and must reconstruct the music with the blocks you are given.

It was fun having a puzzle game that relied mostly on sound. I say mostly because not only did you have to sus out which notes go where from listening to the preview, but you have to think logically about how to make the Tetris style blocks fit into the outline you are given and them still be in the right order.

The music is fun, it takes classic and well known songs and adds instruments into the background. Some sound really odd, seeing as you end up with something like Mozart with drums and a little tambourine going off in the background, but it’s still fun and inventive.

The game is a little short, but it’s unique and I like the more unique kind of puzzle games.

If you enjoy music (especially classical) or puzzle games in general, I think this one is a good way to kill a few hours. It took me 8 hours to complete it entirely, but admittedly I did get stuck a few times and wondered away from my PC a few times. A normal human being probably wouldn’t take as long.

All in all, I like it. It’s not the best puzzle game I have ever played, but it’s not the worst either. Not by a long shot.


TL;DR : A fun puzzle game based around music. Mostly classical stuff, with a modern twist of instruments added into the back for depth. It’s a little short, but worth a try in my opinion.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
7.1 hrs on record
Posted: September 17, 2015
Musaic box is a nice Combination of Item finding and Puzzle game , very casual but yet very pleasant.

The good

-nice artwork
-A good selection of music
-the music based Puzzle are great
-low price

The bad
-short
-A bit easy
-not much replay value
-song's sample are too short , especially since they're all Public Domain music.
which also make the creation tools unlock at the end a little bit pointless

Conclusion

If you want something to keep you busy during a boring sunday you might consider getting this. It's a fun little game. But you to have to mind that even with the creation tools given at the end the game lifespan is short.

note 6.5/10
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 3
Very nice little puzzle game that will test your wit as well as your ears. The idea is to assemble all the puzzle pieces to recreate famous classical songs.

What's good:
1. Very simplistic, but satisfying and unique puzzles with reasonable difficulty curve.
2. The music is good (duh). I just wish they recreated the songs in their full lenght and allowed you to listen to it after succefully solving a puzzle.
3. There is some variety in the puzzles to spice up the gameplay.

What's not so good:
1. Very short.
2. You can play most of the game for free online. Not that much new content.
3. Sadly literally no replay value. Having the ability to create custom puzzles with additional songs would help.

Overall, I'm not sure if this game is worth the full price. But when it goes on sale, pick it up, you'll have good time.
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19 of 21 people (90%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 22, 2013
I won this game and I thought i would never play it. For some weird reasons I decided to give it a try and it was a good surprise. This game is a very good exercise for your ears. You can learn about the movements of the melody and the orchestratin through some very famous songs. Give it a try!
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