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NOTE: Theramaze is offered for FREE, with no ads, no special permissions. If you appreciate a developer doing this, please consider donating by buying one of my paid games or apps. Thanks!

Theramaze is an audio-visual toy & my take on the classic electronic instrument, the Theremin. Use it as a musical instrument, a plaything, a meditation tool during chillout time, or just to irk your friends and family.

Touch the screen and tilt your phone to create beautiful music (or noise). Kids of all ages will love it!

Disclaimer: Peculiar-Games cannot be held responsible for frightened family members, friends or pets.

Find a quiet place, turn down the lights, select the "Liquid" visualization and explore...

Tags: theramaze, theramaze apk.

Recently changed in this version

v1.3: bug fixes, settings option to skip computerized voice, info about Microchip Monsters.

v1.1: bug fixes, cleaner sound, support for devices without tilt sensors, 3 new waveforms & 2 new visualizations, including our current favorite, "Liquid".

v1.0: initial beta release

Stay tuned for more options, sounds and other good stuff.

Comments and ratings for Theramaze
  • (56 stars)

    by Tami Gaither on 07/04/2014

    It was interesting

  • (56 stars)

    by "Asa" Downing on 22/10/2013

    Works great! Intuitive controls, nice interface, does what it should, and no spyware!! :-) no special permission needed! Thats is a great thing for me.

  • (56 stars)

    by Eric Moyer on 04/10/2013

    I enjoyed using the app, though tilting never became second nature, this is s fun take on the theramin.

  • (56 stars)

    by Shawn Marmash on 20/09/2013

    Great visuals, and options for settings. I've never had anything like this on my phone and it is a keeper.

  • (56 stars)

    by Vincent LoIacono on 29/03/2013


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    by Mike Weatherl on 31/01/2013

    It takes a master to recognize another master. I'm impressed, yo! Thanks. Want me to send u a couple tracks, once i finish a few recording w/ this into a few?