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Songbird Symphony Gets New Gameplay Trailer

Songbird Symphony - Gamers Heroes
PQube Games and Joysteak Studios have released a new gameplay trailer for their rhythm-based puzzle platformer Songbird Symphony.

This title tells the story of a small orphaned bird named Birb, who wakes up all alone in a strange forest. This little guy is picked up by the hyperactive Uncle Peacock, and Birb sets out on an adventure to find out more about his heritage.

All parts of the interconnected forest Birb navigates has its own beat, and is filled to the brim with interactive elements that you can move to a rhythm. Mini puzzles are also available, and strange feathers can be collected.

You can view the trailer below:

Songbird Symphony – Gameplay Trailer

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC on July 25.

Source: Press Release
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