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Choose the move your fighter performs by playing the corresponding note pattern in this new twist on old fighting games with lots of frame-by-frame hand drawn action!

We plan to add more characters, moves, environments, and music if you like it, so leave your feedback! We reccomend you play with a friend, but the computer can hold his own too!

We busted our behinds to complete this engine in time for the Rockout contest so have fun!

Reviews


st91st91

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 6, 2009

extremely creative

very original idea and i like the strategy.
maybe next time just present it better and make more options, more characters, different levels etc. and maybe let people choose their difficulty for all us noobs. great job. maybe just make an extention to this game and it would be the best rhythm game in this collection. 8.7



mortal101mortal101

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 26, 2009

Too hard for my taste, but good

It was hard for me to do the combos. The names of the attacks bothered me, since all I tried to do was pay attention to the H,L, and T letters... which was hard with the long attack names. Other wise, I did have fun, but I couldn't win once (a match that was, I would win a round but that was it)



capslock6capslock6

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 24, 2009

AWESOME

that was pretty cool it was easy but still had hard combos.awesome job man. i couldnt get more characters even though i kept on winning though so that was annoyinh but cool game.



oblivionmaster123oblivionmaster123

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 19, 2009

Great... Needs more

I love the game play. It reminds me of all the different rhythm jammed into one. All you need to do is but in more characters and levels and it will be amazing.



TchalekoTchaleko

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars December 25, 2008

the Idea isn't so bad

if it was more like DDR, the two fighters beating each other the one that lose more note takes damage ya know?