Sales of Guitar Hero, the computer game that costs more than the instrument itself has launched a new rival in the games market.
Triangle Hero I sank without a trace, but now Nerdco, the company behind the games has launched Triangle Hero II, a game for people with no sense of rhythm, but who still want to call themselves Musicians.
Speaking on behalf of the company, Doctor Spritz II said: 'This will be a great boost to the country's economy. We can sell this game to those who want to relive their time in the school orchestra, or for professional triangle players who want to learn more advanced techniques and time signature in their downtime. This will play alongside our relaunched Conductor Hero, which we released last week. No, you had not heard of that either. We really need to do some more market research. Do you think that games are too expensive. We had Tin Whistle Hero as well,but that did not do that well either'.
Ukulele Hero (costing upwards of £150) will be launched in the Autumn. Ukeleles can be bought for £20. Seven of the instruments, or a game, it is a decision only teachers can make.
Sales of Triangle Hero II have reached 3. We want to interview a professional trianglist, but we could not name any.