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Aug 30, 2007 | 7:08 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place August 31, 2007

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*** Flash player 9 required! This game was coded in AS 3.0 ***

UPDATE: I changed a few things for the facebook version (partly to make it more casual gamer friendly) and it seemed silly not to bring those changes over here too, so I did. If you spot any bugs I'd really appreciate a PM. Thanks for all the reviews/messages/emails too!

Guitar rhythm game featuring 14 great songs, 6 guitars and a crazy stickman!

Practice and improve your scores to unlock new songs and guitars. :)

There weren't enough Audio credit slots on here, but the links are all in the song select screen.

Reviews


RyansanHRyansanH

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 31, 2008

WOW

I've played all three and this is by far my favourite!



tmathmeyertmathmeyer

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 31, 2008

!!!

THIS IS THE BEST GAME EVER!!!!!



jammie1jammie1

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 31, 2008

brilliant game!

absolutely amazin all 10 from me!!!


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tylon848tylon848

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 29, 2008

O.K.

dx3 was moare fun,but this is good too



BlackPlasticBlackPlastic

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 29, 2008

((VOTED5))

What you did in this game was very complex but you pulled it off very well. You went beyond just making a small pick up and play type of game and made almost a story mod type of thing. Unlocking songs and guitars provided fun for quite a long time. There was really no point in adding pro mode though because the songs arn't even possible, they really arn't.

The dificulty in this game is completly out of whack. The notes you were required to hit wasn't the hard part though, it's just that if you didn't hit the note EXACTLY at the time it passed the bar it wouldn't register. In the harder songs it was almost impossible to keep a streak going because of this. What you need to do is open up the window of time for hitting the notes by a lot and give you bonus points for hitting the note close to the bar.

As much as I loved the voice, he did talk way to much. He is cool to hear the first time you go to pages because it just makes the game seam really epic but I don't want to hear the same sentence every time I go to the main menu or pick a song. You should program it to only play once each page and not keep repeating itself because it does get very anoying.

Overall, this game was very good. It has to be one of the most in depth rythem games on the site. You should definantly be proud of what you have here but there is a lot of room for improvement. I would love to see a sequel that works on the problems I listed.


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