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  • Summary: DROPMIX is a dynamic and fast-paced MUSIC-MIXING GAME from Hasbro & Harmonix (the creators of Rock Band and Dance Central). Players blend HIT SONGS from award-winning artists to create mind-blowing mixes. Get together and face-off WITH FRIENDS to master the mix. No music-making skills required.
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  1. Oct 5, 2017
    I can’t say enough good things about what Harmonix has created with DropMix. It’s music mixing made easy and approachable for even the most rhythmically challenged people you know. It’s made so that anyone can play, young or old, and no one feels left out of the fun. With an expanding library of cards that don’t break the bank, you’ll be able to add and continue creating insane mashups for a long time to come. If you’re a fan of music (and really, who isn’t?) then this is a game for you, ‘gamer’ or not.
  2. Oct 5, 2017
    Dropmix is fun and engaging, with the potential to grow into something that could revolutionize the music game genre.
  3. Oct 12, 2017
    While I highly recommend DropMix as an awesome game to experience, it comes with some caveats. First, this is a party game first and foremost so if you don’t have at least one other person to play with, there will be a lot of enjoyment left on the table. Second, the amount of tracks the base game comes with is a bit low, and currently expansion packs are really hard to come by. There’s also the fact that with a large amount of genres represented, there’s a fairly good chance you’ll have a lot of cards with tracks that you just don’t know or care for. On this last point, however, I implore you to give the game a chance: that track you play from a song you may not care for might work really well with whatever other Frankenstein mix you’re making.
  4. Sep 25, 2017
    DropMix continues Rock Band developers Harmonix's elevated expectations of what can be accomplished when you mix video games with chart-topping hits.
  5. Feb 16, 2018
    Despite a few flaws and annoyances, it needs to be repeated: DropMix is just plain fun. It’s a damn good rhythm game with some amazing music that encourages creativity and has you achieve this goal in a particularly clever way. Heck, it says a lot that even after going through all of the included cards and still having a ton of fun, I was more than willing to pick up a few more packs with money from my own pocket. But regardless of what cards you decide to go with or how you decide to play, it’s an excellent rhythm game guaranteed to keep you hooked for a long time. Now to just hope for more choice cards in the future…
  6. Jan 30, 2018
    Music-mixing is how DropMix is labelled, but mixing in the form of stitching together various loops – represented by cards – on an interactive board and a connected smart device app. The fact that it can convey the feeling of mixing and production, whilst giving anyone the chance to change and add to music without the need to worry about tempo or key, is worthy of praise. And, another feather in the already feather-stacked cap of Harmonix – creators of Amplitude, Guitar Hero, and Rock Band.
  7. Dec 1, 2017
    Ignore the problems, and Harmonix and Hasbro’s collaboration has resulted in one of the most exciting music games of recent years - and it’s a huge shame that those problems are so hard to ignore.

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  1. Nov 6, 2017
    DropMix is an incredibly fun game with some of the most advanced music tech I've ever seen. Almost any mix sounds great, and gameplay isDropMix is an incredibly fun game with some of the most advanced music tech I've ever seen. Almost any mix sounds great, and gameplay is always a new and exciting experience. I couldn't recommend it more. Expand