It is I, your friendly overseer, Jason Rappaport. After reading lefty’s article, I went out and bought the Ocarina app for myself and decided to give it a whirl, and let me assure you that multitouch + Zelda = glee!

  • lftenjamin

    Thank you oh webmaster/owner of ZU!!

    (nice vid)

  • My dad has one, but he won’t let me download it.

  • Billy

    I would so get the iphone just for this lol too bad verizon doesn’t carry it 🙁

  • Aniday

    Hah. I thought for sure it was going to be some outrageous price like 5-$10.

    I wish this was functional for the iPod touch or there was an Android version.

    Sigh.

    I love how you can listen to other people. They just need to make it so you can play with people in your contacts over the internet instead of just listen to random people… who suck.

    • I wish I had an iPhone… this is coming from someone who actually plays the real Ocarina. It just looks easy.

      In reality, blowing is the hardest part. You have to make it sound like it’s not a whistle on steroids.

      Congrats to the people who made this. Looks pretty sweet.

  • Vawn08

    …Holy!…..

    That is the single awesomest thing I’ve seen in months! I’m a digital music composer, so this is particularly fascinating to me! Now…to get a job as a doctor so I can afford an iPhone….

  • TStarboy

    This seems really cool, and really makes me wish for an iPhone.

    The names of the different ocarinas are some sort of musical scale term, they also happen to be the names of some certain important characters in Mother 3 :).

  • Mike Waggz

    I own a real ocarina. Very happy with it. Doesn’t take long to learn and is fun to play!

  • Celeste

    It works on an Ipod touch, too right?

    • Unfortunately not, because the Itouch doesen’t have a speaker.

  • Naokohiro

    Looks cool.
    That person playing Final Fantasy was very good.

  • niggerjew

    “I’m a very musical person, I also talk like a fag.”

    Dude I had to sit through like 10 minutes of your shit talking before finally seeing how the goddamn thing works, pretty impressive though, I’ll tell you that.

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