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Jul 14, 2007 | 12:21 PM EDT

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Hello.

Here's my entry to the Rock Out competition.
Flash Player 8 required.
Be sure to read the instructions.
Since many people were having problems with the keys on the old version, I've changed it a little (you don't need to press space now).
Hope you like it. :)

...yeah, that's all.

Reviews


YourHPIsLowYourHPIsLow

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars October 21, 2013

Awesome game interface, great music selection, and responsive controls. What's not to love?



CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 4, 2013

First off, I love the fiery interface, sleek and captivating from a start; that goes for the gaming interface to. The controls, them being all five keys and fingers on the left hand, is a great combination of keys not only because it's the obvious placement but because it teaches you correct keyboard placement at the same time, for typing. I just use a few fingers on each hand, so this is great practice at the same time. Good music, good controls; good game!

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explosivesikoexplosivesiko

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars February 24, 2013

An alright game, although you do need much harder songs. Poor effort on making notes to hit.



KreichKreich

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 15, 2012

mmmmmmmayeeheaaaaa it'sssss goood..... It is a very nice game though, but the 9/10 is because it needs more songs
I'm srs, man, only 6 songs? you need to know that more songs=MOTHERFUROCKIN' OUT!!!!11!!
Anyway, I hope you have more stamina left to make more games like this.
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Great-SephirothGreat-Sephiroth

Rated 3 / 5 stars April 13, 2012

Nice game you have there!

Unfortunately I ran into a rather crucial mistake :{
It seems to be impossible to get 100% on some (if not all) tracks,
somehow the first note won't register. And in a game like this,
that is a deal breaker.

Also, another rather irritating point is that the track starts to play as soon as you select it.
This hardly allows you to prepare for the button presses since you won't have you fingers correctly aligned yet. A simple "press key to start song" would have prevented that.

This could have been great, yet as it is now.. It barely is "good" since being able to score perfect
is a feature that absolutely cannot be absent.