Pianout The folks over at Dev-fr.org homebrew community has something interesting going on. Last month they started a music-themed homebrew game/application competition, with a twist: the entries have to be "silly" in nature. The competition managed to garner a handful of kooky entries, and we're going to sample three of them in this article.
If you're into the more corporeal type of humor, then you may want to check out Pianout by Decjo. At first glance, Pianout looks like a just another virtual piano program (with a stick person slapped on the upper screen for aesthetic purposes), until you actually touch the keys.
Instead of tunes that you'd expect from a piano, you will hear farts. Yes, melodic farts, ideal for livening up a gathering that's all too quiet. If you're the class or office prankster, then this might fit your bill.
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