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Oct 3, 2008 | 2:11 PM EDT

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Hi, it's GameReclaim here again with my second game, TubeRockers. It's a rhythm game where you have to press the given key at the right time. The really cool feature is that You can virtually play (and create tracks for) any YouTube video. Right now there are two featured songs but you can create custom tracks and trade, publish them. I hope there will be some new tracks soon :)

Note: If it runs slow, right click and set "low quality"
How to play: Select a song from the list. Add a custom script if you have one.

Wait until the song is prebuffered. If it takes too long something probably went wrong. Go back to the song menu, select a different song, or try the same song again.

You can start the game with any keyboard key. If it doesn't work, your flash player probably lost focus. Click anywhere inside the flash to regain focus. Now the keyboard should work.

While in the game use the Arrow and A,S,D keys to "catch" the falling notes. Press them exactly when they are on the buttons.

When a note with a line appears, press and hold it to get extra points!

If you'd like to use this game on your site please go to www.gamereclaim.com for details on how to get it working.
That's it for now, I'll add Leaderboards

Reviews


TheHolyDanteTheHolyDante

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I remember Playing this game in 2009 and i had a great time with it.

now i come back after searching a long time for it because i forgot the name and the game doesnt work anymore v.v

it can't communicate to youtube in the loading screen. i think because how youtube changed in the past years.

i would really appreciate it if you could repair the game.
i'm given this a 5, because thats what i would have given it if i had a NG-account back in 2009



N20kN20k

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Yippie Ki Yay

Even though I'm open to new ideas when it comes to online rhythm games, and I oppose rhythm flash games in general, there's no reason this game should have been as crude as it is. To be fair, the look of the game itself is presteem. The videos in the background are crisp and high in resolution, and the addition of a medal system can catch the gamer's attention. However, the medals don't display anywhere on the menu, so I don't really know if I'm doing better in a song or worse. And most of the videos don't even load properly. I only played three songs in the past ten minutes, because I was waiting for the other ones to load, which they didn't. The song choices are pretty generic. Disturbed, Avenged Sevenfold, pretty standard. But when I tried to play "Nemo" by Nightwish, but the music didn't even come up. Not to mention the horrible controls. For some reason, I keep missing the arrows, even though I hit them clearly, and the arrows barely had a pattern that coincides with the music itself. But when it does work(which is hardly at all), then it's decently fun. Otherwise, this is a poor representation of a rhythm game. With a little work, and some tender loving care, this game can become somewhat good.

4/10


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KnownUnknownKnownUnknown

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awesome

It was awesome. But I was trying to put some songs on(Calm Like a Bomb, No Way Back, Fade to Black etc.) but it didn't work.



PABBPABB

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Lawl I got Rickrolled :P

Awesome game, though the addition of ASD confused my FPSing self into total incapacitation.



ZakamZakam

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great game

this is a great original idea based off a tried and true genre. the only thing that i cant get to work is some of the songs and the editor. how do you run the scripts?