Voez v1.5 Update Lands on Nintendo Switch

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Flyhigh Works has announced via Twitter that the latest update for Voez has launched on the Nintendo Switch hybrid system. This patch brings the Switch version of Voez up to version 1.5. It brings with it about a dozen new songs, bringing the game’s total song count up to 185 according to their tweet. The folks at Skyhigh Works have also released a new trailer for this update:


Here is a listing of the eleven new music tracks that were added in the 1.5 update:

  • “Annihilator” [Easy] by Lunatic Sounds VS Ixia
  • “Blooming Spring” [Hard] by Goremahagato Gakudan
  • “Christmas of Year” [Special] by Teikyou
  • “Delusion (Yume-Maboroshi)” [Easy] by Nikita
  • “Devillic Sphere” [Easy] by 3R2
  • “Egosurfaddict” [Hard] by Rin Nekomi feat. Miyu
  • “Infinity Dream Chaser” [Special] by Woof
  • “Heaven’s Light” [Special] by Kitkit Lu
  • “Kreuz” [Easy] by sky_delta
  • “Nightingale” [Hard] by Wing ft. Yuuka Neko
  • “Yume Sakura” [Hard] by A La’Cr


Voez is a rhythm game where you must touch the falling notes in time with the song. The story follows six students in high school as they create their own band in the fictional town of Lan Kong Town. This town is inspired by Yilan in Taiwan. This game is a case of easy to play but difficult to master. It features three difficulty levels: Easy, Hard, and Special. This allows all players to enjoy every track in the game regardless of their skill level, and they can step it up to the next level of difficulty when they feel ready. It’s up to you to help take this high school band and ramp it up to become internationally famous!




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