Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) April 25, 2015 -- Cleff Game is the story of an alien named Cleff, who is upset with humans for unknown reasons, and he throws random junk at a human's village to destroy it. Cleff is offended by certain pitches (sounds) and the villagers can defend themselves using the sounds of musical notes.
Game play promises a fast and nerve wreaking experience. Bombs of different types fall straight down to the village and only a specific musical note can destroy them. The musical controller is nicely packed for easy access to all notes, but as the game progresses, the bombs start to fall faster and faster. Hit the wrong note, and a bomb moves further down. Before you know it, you hear the bombing sound as the village starts to go up in flames - The screen is filled with bombs - A power up (now your only hope) floats by to help you but you are too busy covering the village and you lose it. Adrenaline surges and even masters on music lose their grip and fall to Cleff.
As a rookie, you have the option to display the name of the musical note so it is easier to play. But as a pro, there is no note to cheat off - when adrenaline hits and you are playing pro, you suddenly start drawing blanks and can't figure out what you thought you were a master at, reading music notes.
As you play, you will earn Cleff Coins, which you can use to purchase power ups. As the game progresses and you unlock more levels, power ups become vital as it is almost impossible to survive without them.
You also have the option to take the Cleff Challenge - survival mode. During the Cleff Challenge, you get to keep Cleff Coins as you play - for new players, this is the best way to start as it gives you the opportunity to quickly earn Cleff Coins to purchase power ups.
Cleff is user-friendly for friends and siblings playing in the same mobile device. Cleff comes with four built-in profiles to help share the game without losing your hard-earned Cleff Coins and power ups.
Cleff will be first available for Android as a free download from the Play Store on April 25, 2015. Shortly after, the game will be available for free at the App store for iOS and at the Windows Store for Windows Phone. And as Optilius promises, Cleff game will be truly free, meaning no in-app purchases will be necessary or even available.