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Jun 23, 2007 | 9:29 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place June 25, 2007

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EDIT- YOU DON'T HAVE TO CLICK THE NOTES PEOPLE!
EDIT- We removed most glitches :P

Use your mouse to line the note catcher up with the box the note is landing in. You don't need to click.

Pressing space puts you in slow-motion temporarily, use this to your advantage.

In high score mode there are power-ups that will fall whilst you are playing. If you can use slow-motion to your advantage, you can catch them and boost your score immensely!

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We worked really hard to bring you a fun rhythm game, we started right after the contest was announced, and we have to submit it now because I'm going away for awhile, but we sincerely hope you enjoy this game.

I will respond to reviews when I come back!

Reviews


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice game! Might be one of the more realistic Rock Out entries Ive played, where the interface is an instrument rather than just some random interface for hitting notes. Good music, good gameplay, good idea!

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TeeArctic1TeeArctic1

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

well, it's an interesting consept, however I don't think you're all the way to the top yet. The game needs expansion and it's a little hard to get the notes, even if you actually hit the right spot. If there was a sequel with a little better storyline, that dousn't hit you right on like BOOM, i would give it a better score and totally play it, but still it's a good job.


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Matrix23Matrix23

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Rock on, Dan! YEEEEAAAAAHHHHH!!!!!



stickcrazycrashstickcrazycrash

Rated 3 / 5 stars

the concept is nice but, if i miss one note i lose the entire song?i mean...wtf?



PuddumsjoePuddumsjoe

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Interesting Concept

The base of this game seems pretty good, but some parts could use tweaking and expanding. For example, the silence during slo-mo is jolting and unexpected, and sometimes the notes don't get picked up correctly, either as played or not. Overall, 7/10, 3/5, with some changes, could become a great game.