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Jan 14, 2007 | 7:05 PM EST
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Check out Music Zap, the second installment, in the games section :)

See if you can get thru with all FIVE lives!

First in my upcoming new Music MinGamez Series, Music Stomp is a rhythm game based to catchy music (as always). New games in this series will be released every 2 weeks. Fans of Streamline will certainly enjoy this. High Score tables are available, see if you can feel the beat ;)
Enjoy :D
Peace-z, Coolio-Niato

Reviews


MoglyMogly

Rated 3 / 5 stars January 16, 2007

Could of been alot better

The enemy for this should of just touched down once and very quickly rather than staying down for half a second, would of made the game alot more fun to play. I didnt like how you were able to get trapped.


Coolio-Niato responds:

That added to difficulty. Wihtout that anyone could win within seconds and no one would enjoy it as much. thnks but not rly thnks :P


FrozenFireFrozenFire

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 16, 2007

yay you used cornandbeans!

Hes great! but he doesnt get recognized as much as he should for his music.anywhooo. fun game... cant wait for more of these.. make them more complex
frozenfire



MichaelJetfireMichaelJetfire

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars January 16, 2007

Fabaum has a point...

streamline actually had you feel the beat of the music to clear the game... i'm sorry but streamline did this idea way better then this one did... try harder next time... k?!


Coolio-Niato responds:

unfortuneatly neither you nor fabaum understood its "a music MINIGAME" sheesh. if i make everything in one where will the rest of my ideas rest?

sheesh give it a rest. STreamline was a full game, this a MINIGAME > <. certainly not deserving a one.


Fabaum-IndignadoFabaum-Indignado

Rated 1 / 5 stars January 16, 2007

Not even close to streamline!

Streamline made me feel the music to clear it, this one only demands you to pay visual attention. You don't need the music at all, in fact this can't be called a rhythm game.



ruffyrebornruffyreborn

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 15, 2007

very cool

One thing that I think would be very helpful, is maybe some dotted lines on the background leading straight down from the plungers that could help position the music note so it doesnt get smashed!