During the game’s music parts, the screen is spread out into several lanes, with diamond-shaped note icons falling from the top of the screen. Build up your score by tapping, holding, and swiping on the notes as they overlap the bar at the bottom of the screen. The lanes fluctuate and move left and right depending on the song, so you can enjoy the game visually as well.
The game features over 100 songs across all genres from both Japanese and Taiwanese creators. Song difficulties range from Easy to Hard to Special. Whether you’re a seasoned rhythm game player or not good at rhythm games at all, you can play the game at your own level.
Voez is due out for Switch via the Nintendo eShop in Japan sometime in March for 2,314 yen (2,500 yen with tax).