Reviews by bfields
does one thing and does it well!
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I'm kind of sad to see this gone. It's obviously extremely specialized--all it does is minor variations on a single drone. And I don't play the kind of music it's intended before. But it was still satisfying to turn it on and sing along with it.
neat, may want your own amp
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Pretty similar to the companion "pocket piano": very portable; lots of variety possible from twiddling the knobs, which you can probably figure out just by blind experimentation, or you can consult the key.

It doesn't include a speaker. The included amp is certainly enough to hear what you're doing, but won't really give you any significant bass--using something else will make it sound much better.
Interesting but mystifying
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I gave up trying to follow the story at some point and just looked at the art.

Maybe I should give it another shot. Druillet seems to be an important creator, I'm glad we have some of his work.
Distopian sci-fi/adventure
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Action/adventure in a science fiction distopia.

I'm enjoying it, but be warned that it's still in progress. (The library has 3 of 4 volumes published so far, and I believe more are still to come.)
interesting, compact, a bit confusing
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The membrane keyboard is limiting: for example, I don't think I could reliably play without looking at it. But the keyboard feels better than I expected.

It sounds great. I like that you could probably fit it in a (large) pocket.

There are a lot of options. Buttons and keys often have multiple uses, and I don't find the interface terribly intuitive, so you'll probably want to read the manual carefully if you want to learn all of its features.