At E3, Gameloft was also demoing two new rhythm games that are coming to the iPhone by the end of June: DJ Mix Tour and Guitar Rock Tour 2. Both games bring the traditional formula of tapping to music that has been seen on the iPhone already. The biggest advantage to these games are the officially licensed songs that will be familiar to most.

DJ Mix Tour is aimed towards electronic/dance music fans and includes songs such as Poker Face, Just Dance, Womanizer, Get The Party Started, Open Your
Heart, Four to The Floor, Cry For You, and more. In all it contains 16 licensed hit songs.

Meanwhile, Guitar Rock Tour 2 offers 19 songs including I Love Rock & Roll, Helicopter, and Paranoid.

Both games should be coming out in June.

  • http://www.iCast-Media.com DiV

    I'm just hoping that in the future I can tap to the music stored on my iPhone.

  • http://www.iCast-Media.com DiV

    I'm just hoping that in the future I can tap to the music stored on my iPhone.

  • http://www.appmania.webs.com yourofl10

    Guitar Rock Tour 2 looks WAY better than the first one imo.

  • http://www.appmania.webs.com yourofl10

    Guitar Rock Tour 2 looks WAY better than the first one imo.

  • QuebecRage

    Not the bad but I personnally think that these types of games really becomes fun when you use a special controller. It's like playing the Guitar Hero or Rock band series with the regular pad: pointless (at least for me).

    • bob

      we can welcome them to os 3.0 with a usb fret board lol

  • QuebecRage

    Not the bad but I personnally think that these types of games really becomes fun when you use a special controller. It's like playing the Guitar Hero or Rock band series with the regular pad: pointless (at least for me).

    • bob

      we can welcome them to os 3.0 with a usb fret board lol

  • WeirdingWay

    That DJ game interface looks terrible but I might pick it up because I like the tracks.

  • WeirdingWay

    That DJ game interface looks terrible but I might pick it up because I like the tracks.

  • Noah

    Does Guitar Rock Tour 2 fix any of the framerate issues in the first game?

    • QuebecRage

      Gameloft = Framerate issue in all their games.

      • http://macazine.skyrock.com benjamin

        that's not totaly true but it's a fact that most of there games,at least when they come out,are not optimized for the Idevices.

  • Noah

    Does Guitar Rock Tour 2 fix any of the framerate issues in the first game?

    • QuebecRage

      Gameloft = Framerate issue in all their games.

      • http://macazine.skyrock.com benjamin

        that's not totaly true but it's a fact that most of there games,at least when they come out,are not optimized for the Idevices.

  • Bethany

    Horray! I loved Guitar Rock Tour. None of the other tap-to-play games I've tried (yes, including TTR) have really done it for me... they don't create the feel of playing along with the track.

    I was hoping for updates to GRT with more songs (maybe once 3.0 came out and they could charge for them)... but I'll take this.

  • Bethany

    Horray! I loved Guitar Rock Tour. None of the other tap-to-play games I've tried (yes, including TTR) have really done it for me... they don't create the feel of playing along with the track.

    I was hoping for updates to GRT with more songs (maybe once 3.0 came out and they could charge for them)... but I'll take this.

  • alx

    guitar hero style games are not really suited for the iPhone.

    maybe something more along the lines of elite beat agents would work better

  • alx

    guitar hero style games are not really suited for the iPhone.

    maybe something more along the lines of elite beat agents would work better