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  • Summary: The latest release for the iPhone and iPod touch from Square Enix Music can save the day—it all rests in your hands!

    A boy’s search for his kidnapped brother sets him against scores of mechanical minions in SONG SUMMONER: The Unsung Heroes – Encore. As the Conductor of
    legend, Ziggy has the ability to give physical form to music, summoning soldiers to battle from the songs in your music library. The song you choose determines which one of the over fifty unique Tune Troopers will answer the call and fight by your side.

    This encore performance expands on the original Song Summoner experience, offering all-new Tune Troopers and a reworked storyline twice the size of the first, with surprises for fans both old and new.

    •Follow Ziggy’s fight to save the music—and the world—from machine tyranny
    •Summon Tune Troopers to battle from the songs on your iPhone or iPod touch
    •Experiment with over fifty types of Tune Trooper
    •Power-up characters even when not playing, simply by listening to music
    •Enjoy over thirty hours worth of gameplay

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  1. Jan 18, 2012
    The biggest problem this game has is that if you update your phone or organize your music (take it off your iPhone and put it back on), you loose any further progression of your characters. Not a very good design and game ending. If you can tolerate this, the game play is a simple tactics game with no collateral damage. The story line is embarrassingly cheesy. However, the character design is excellent. Expand