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Hey there, are you looking for a game which is fun to play and also educates you in learning new things in the process. Well, you have come to the right place. Our skill aims to help people recognize and differentiate between the sounds of different musical instruments using a fun quiz.
How to play: 1. You will be asked a question followed by an instrument sound. Each question will have multiple choice answers. 2. Guess the instrument by listening to the sound. To give your answer, either repeat the number(one, two, three etc.) of the option or repeat the option value (drums, guitar, harmonica etc.) 3. After each set of questions, you will be given a score and the game will end. 4. You can play again, to get a new set of sounds.
NOTE: At any point in the game, say, START OVER, to restart the game or REPEAT, to repeat the question.