Although I don't consider myself a super-fan of rhythm games, I've played quite a few throughout my life. Guitar hero, Stepmania, Osu, Project diva and currently Muse Dash, of all those mentioned only 2 have seemed to me quite curious as well as interesting, one was Project diva, which is based on the universe of Hatsune Miku, the other is Muse Dash that manages to stand out for its originality.
Like most rhythm games, here notes will appear which you must play, however, what differentiates it from the others is the way in which they are shown to you, Muse dash shows you the notes in the form of enemies and "touching" them is to kill them, which results in several interesting sequences.
It is entertaining to see how your character is jumping and hitting to the rhythm of the music and depending on the difficulty you are playing, it can be spectacular.
Visually the game is beautiful, it has a very Anime aesthetic, in fact, I dare say that it is aimed at an audience of fans of Asian culture and anime in general, most of the songs available are Japanese, Japanese cover songs, remixes of Japanese songs and a lot of K-pop. So, if you enjoy any of these genres, you might want to give it a try.
After playing for several hours it seems to me a casual game, yes, it is very entertaining and fun, but it is not to spend hundreds of hours, it is to open it, play about 3-4 songs and close it, or if you are one of those who enjoy breaking records, you can try to beat your own scores and the scores of other players.
Although I played it on PC it is also available for mobile devices and I consider that where you get more out of it is in the second option, being a very casual game it is ideal to have it on a mobile to play it from time to time or during a long trip.
All the images and videos used in this publication are taken by me in-game