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May 30, 2009 | 11:40 AM EDT

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UPDATE: A couple people have been asking for the game for their site - if anyone else wants it, please simply send me a PM and i'll send you a thumbnail of the size that you need, plus the .SWF.

Thanks!

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Hi Newgrounds!

This is my third game (I think - who's keeping track anyways...). I'd have to say this is my best one yet.

This rhythm game has been helped IMMENSELY by the newgrounds community.

I actually remember posting in the audio forum a couple months back asking if anyone could help me out by letting me use their songs, and I got a lot of helpful, positive replies - so thanks NG, and a big thank you to all the music artists that allowed me to use their songs (check out the list to your left)!

Thank you to nocturnalhaunt.com - the site's owner is very good at graphics, and helped me with the game's reskin (the game originally looked really bad!).

This is also my first self-sponsored game (my last one got sponsored by arcade reign), in order to boost the launch of my new flash game portal (wish me luck!) - http://www.littlemonsterg ames.com.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term 'sponsoring', it means a company pays you to put their branding/logos in your game, in order to gain publicity and traffic to their website.

So I hope you enjoy the game - I'll read every comment, so please leave one :)

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Edit: Newgrounds is only letting me credit up to eleven songs, so I've just credited 1 song per artist to be fair (there's nine artists, but over twenty songs). The full list of used songs can be found in-game (click on 'credits'). Thanks again music artists!

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Edit: Haha, sorry guys! I accidentally uploaded a version without a preloader! I hope that didn't annoy you too much with a file that big :)

All fixed now though!

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Reviews


zebrapiezebrapie

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 11, 2009

it was decent

for people with complaints about the arrows the arrows are like that for ddr stepmania and all the real games so the arrows are fine but what is enjoyable about ddr and stepmania is not the simoltaneous arrows but more the combos of arrows


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InevitableDefeatInevitableDefeat

Rated 2 / 5 stars October 11, 2009

Baisically shit.

The "notes" are just thrown together almost randomly, the up arrow and the down arrow are right next to each other so it's incredibly hard to tell what you're supposed to be pressing, at times i clearly hit the arrow right on the note and it didn't register it, while i hit it way above the note and it would register it.



death7396death7396

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 11, 2009

Not bad

It's pretty good. I liked the wide selection of music and diffuculty settings. But I think if it scrolled sideways, it would be less confusing, at least for me.


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Lister101Lister101

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 11, 2009

AMAZING GAME!

I always wanted G.H but now I can play this awesome thing! :)

SFX Sounds: 3/5
Music: 5/5
Gameplay: 4/5
Graphics: 4/5
Total: A whopping 16/20



PippatchuPippatchu

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 31, 2009

A decent rythm game.

It's good and all, bit buggy, but what i'd like to see is not generated notes, but notes that are actually relative to the song. that would make it a lot better. There are also some problems in custom mode. it's a fun idea to play on your own songs, but i am playing hundreds of notes while it isn't even started. i think it's better if you remove it, then when it's kinda lacking in relativeness thing.