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Mar 19, 2009 | 6:23 AM EDT
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Author Comments

First things first, this isn't stolen, we built it for Playstation to promote Patapon 2.
Its a rhythm game where you control the Patapon tribe using "pata" or "pon".

As with our last game, its not meant to be a exact replica, just a flash minigame taster.
The instructions are in the game but its really no more complicated than hitting the left arrow key for "pata" and the right arrow key for "pon" in time to the music. The Patapon will tell you what combination does what and when you need to do it.

Oh and finally - there is no drum sound when you press the keys because Flash 10 still cannot respond with audio on a key press without serious lag (on PC - better on Mac). And those few nanoseconds of lag totally throws out your timing when playing this. So we left the drum beats off intentionally.

Enjoy!

Kerb

Reviews


MaxvideowatcherMaxvideowatcher

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 31, 2009

Pon, pon, pata pon!

*ahem* PATA PATA PATA PON! This is a very good game, and I congratulate you for creating such a good game and promotional stunt. I want Patapon 2 now.


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Pizza-Rocks1Pizza-Rocks1

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 31, 2009

HARD BUT GOOD

it was good but then i couldnt bet that big ASS dino i cant keep a rythm but its stil a good game PATA PATA PATA PON!



vovvov

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 31, 2009

love it

all i can say is i have a crush on it
wow hope i can play more stages


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PhallicNinjaPhallicNinja

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 31, 2009

i agree with Grendar

I didn't find any problem with the rhythm. Some people just can't keep a beat i guess.


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GrendarGrendar

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 31, 2009

The people complaining have no rhythm

It was actually very easy to get your characters to attack or march, you simply have to hit the beat along with the flashing rhythm on the edge of the screen. While the game would have been a heck of a lot more fun if it had been longer, I still find myself coming back to play it. If I ever get a PSP, I'll be sure to pick up Patapon.


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