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SC Guitar Maniac Dx 2

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rated 4.36 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Rhythm
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rock
guitar
ddr
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Credits & Info

Uploaded
Aug 30, 2007 | 7:08 AM EDT

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Author Comments

*** 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


AedesyrAedesyr

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nothing to say...

Simply, perfect.
Add more stick animation next time.
I can't wait for a third one °ç°


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oakie7oakie7

Rated 5 / 5 stars

im speechless

this game is way to amazing for words. In fact i made an acc just to say this. I dont know about those people qho say its to har, i got all perfects on amatuer songs and 5 on pro so i think its fine. way to addicting though


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mastrchief117mastrchief117

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

i AGREE

This game is AWSOME! But it is a bit hard and even harder to get perfects. I agree with Gameeater1.


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Killera-dkKillera-dk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

AWESOMNESS!!!!

This game ROCK my world!! I've played this game waaay too much - but it really deserves almost all my time lol :-P! Great gameplay, nice graphichs and I LOVE the songs!! I'll suicide if you dont make a SC Guitar Maniac DX 3!!!
This game ROOX!!! <333


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Gameeater1Gameeater1

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Glitch.

I love this game, and I'm fairly good at it. But I've gotten perfect 3 times on "This Way" by Saturday Night at the Apollo, and it never comes up as perfect, but instead gold. I pay attention to make sure and observe EVERY note in that song as I play, and it never says "perfect".

Does holding "A, S, or D" for it's full length affect the perfect-gold scoring?


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