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MÚSECA

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MUSECA
Description

Múseca was in a wide controversy, as several viewers argued that it is a clone of an American music/rhythm game, NeonFM.[1]

The game was discontinued unknowingly on June 26, 2018, having its cabinets converted into The Bishi Bashi Channel; while its online services will be discontinued in July 28, 2018.

List of Original Crossovers in Múseca

This is according to their crossovers in the Pop'n Music series.

Múseca

Múseca 1+1/2

References

Citations

Websites

RemyWiki page
Official webpage (Japanese)
MÚSECA 1+1/2 official webpage (Japanese)

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