If you’re unlucky because you’ve been unhappy with Twitter in the last 24 hours (we don’t necessarily blame you), you’ll probably miss out on the massive increase in Twitter. Trombone Champand with its Mii-style visuals, it made us feel a bit reminiscent.
Here Guitar Hero– game inspired by Holy Wow Studios is a great game (or should we say toot?) and the internet has become awash with videos of the creators of musical classics such as Beethoven’s ‘5th Symphony’ and the UK’s national anthem. and WE.
Still confused as to why the hype is so great? Maybe the game’s trailer will put your mind at rest – or maybe this beautiful rendition of William Tell Overture. Welcome to the Trombone Champ Rabbit Hole.
Now available for purchase on Steam, everyone has been enjoying the game on PC and the Steam Deck, where you can even play using the gyroscope. With its sheer fun, motion control gameplay and the fact that you’re partaking in the classics on a flip tromboneWe’d love to see the game make its way to Switch.
We can’t help but be reminded in moments like these that Trombone Champ is exactly what it is Music Wii may have been. All the parts are there – the orchestra, testing the instrument, playing the instrument using the dual-use Wii and Nunchuck Remotes – it’s just missing the Trombone Champ, for the sake of a better word, pizza.
Going straight to Holy Wow Studios is not a bad scream by any means – has ever politely asked a developer to make changes to their game before that failed? – but it looks like the whole team is suffering from their match success at the moment. We use ‘group’ generously here – in a tweet from @HolyWowStudios himself, the developer revealed that the game is primarily a one-man job and one person does a full-time job at it!
The Switch deserves a second chance on the musical comedy scene and Trombone Champ is sure to be the winning ticket. A quick glance at Twitter only confirmed our suspicions, with many people caught up on trombone’s sweet song and called for an upcoming Switch port.
Sadly, that Switch port could fail for several years if the following statement above the game’s website is anything to come across:
WHERE CAN I PLAY IT?
Trombone Champ has been released for PC via Steam! You can buy it here.
A Mac release is currently being worked on. There may be ports further afield but not currently planned.
Given that there’s only one person working on the game right now, we totally get it. However, we can’t deny that we were a bit disappointed. However, because of the family-friendly and Mii-looking instrument players, it should be on the list for the future, right? Right?
Which Trombone Champ video made you laugh the most so far? Drop your comedic classic in the comments below!