How to play Paglano

Paglano is a shooting game. Playing the right key will shoot the corresponding note. And your score increases every time you play a right key.

Check out the steps below to see how you can play it.

Choose to play the game or to train your skills

First, decide if you want to play Paglano right away or if you want to train one or more levels first.

Play or train

Then choose 'low notes' to play low notes on the left side of the piano. Or choose 'high notes' to play high notes on the right side.

Choose left or right

Shoot the notes

Playing Paglano is easy. Just shoot the green note from the staff by playing the right key.

Shoot the right note

Use the tip

You can use a tip if you don't know which key to play. If you use a tip, the right key gets green. But it also costs you some scored points.

Use the tip Use the tip or don't use the tip Touch the green key

Check out your score

Finish a level and see if you've reached a new highscore.

Use the tip

Your shooting balls

When you start a new game, you'll get 5 fresh shooting balls. Touching a key on the piano will fire a shooting ball to the staff with a little white 'hammer'.

Every time you play a wrong key, you lose a shooting ball...

Your shooting balls

Sharps and flats

In the first level you are using the white keys only. But every time you enter a new level, there will be added one green sharp or one green flat. A sharp means that you have to play the key on the right of the white key. A flat means that you have to play the key on the left of the white key.

In the highest and most difficult level you have to play the notes with six sharps followed by six flats.

Sharps or flats

Limited time to shoot a note

A thin green bar indicates the time you have left to shoot a note. It gets smaller and smaller from right to left and turns slowly into red. When it's almost red, you really should hurry up!

After you have played all 7 levels successfuly, the game starts again in the first level. But now, the available time you have to shoot a note has become much shorter.

The thin green bar

Play for the stars!

If you play 7 levels without making a mistake and without using a tip, you earn a permanent star. You can earn up to 5 stars.


Train your skills

You can train all the levels one by one before you jump into the game. Select the number of flats or sharps you want to pratice. And when you feel comfortable enough, just quit the training and go for that (new) highscore!


Bonus points

If you hit the right note with one of the bonus monsters Bebe, Ani Mal, Odda, Hansi, Vaine, Sari, Jean, Lejon, Pikatu, Tooth, Ojo or Sun Rah, you will get extra bonus points. But watch out: if you hit the little red Nobo, you lose all the scored bonus points in the current level.

Flyig bonus

First monster group

Second monster group

Third monster group

Fourth monster group

Learn to play piano

Playing piano includes being able to focus on a lot of things at once. Like the notes and chords to play, your technique, posture and fingering and the way you sound for instance.

And yes, being able to identify the right notes quickly on your piano is one of these things.

So, there's a lot you can practice. Playing Paglano gives you an easy and fun way to make a small smart step ahead in becoming the pianist you want to be.

Don't spend too much time on something you can speed up easily!


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