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Dec 18, 2009 | 12:02 PM EST

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Thank you all very much for your awesome feedback!

Don't forget to recommend TREBL2 for the Rhythm Games collection!

== TREBL 3 - COMING SOON ==
I decided to put together a Facebook page for TREBL, where you can follow the development of TREBL 3: Rhythm Arcade (and offer your suggestions/feedback). Check it out:

http://bit.ly/a027WP

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calboy07calboy07

Rated 5 / 5 stars

pretty daym cool!

10/10! superb stuff!
After a recent amount of online music games weren't doing a very good job, i decided to look for any other good rhythm games. This certainly hit the spot!
One thing i'd critizise however, was that when i first started i was pretty overwhelmed at the amount of keys used to play. A whole keyboard! Im usually used to having just 5 keys. Anyways, nice songs, good title music, solid gameplay! 10/10!

Also, this might sound really outlandish, but is there any chance of a multiplayer? Online, perhaps? Super-highly unlikley, of course.


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FKProductionsFKProductions

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh goddam it!

This is awesome- If it seems daunting at first, persist, and you'll find how enjoyable it is!

Beautiful music, graphics and "contrails".

Excellent game- I'll be posting a link to this everywhere and I'll be sure to make people recommend it for the Rhythm Category!

And btw, do a few songs and soon enough the hard ones will be unlocked, only took me 10 minutes to unlock them.

Good work!

Face <(X_X)>


bigdumbgames responds:

Hahah, I'm so glad you like it! :D

One of the things I'm really focusing on for the next one is easing the learning curve. This game is, as you put it, very daunting. I'm worried that right now, a lot of people pop open the first song, see 10 rows of notes falling towards them, and freak out. In the next one, I want to make the transition from total beginner to rhythm master a lot more natural.

But anyway - I should stop chatting and get back to working on the next one!


Linden505Linden505

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love rhythm games, and this is great. This is just a personal problem but any way for quality control? my laptop is in all honesty barely hanging on and is 2-3 yrs old and I, note the I, bought it for SCHOOL use. So it's not big on graphics.
I've played your first Trebl and it said the songs stream, does it on here also? If so can there be a pre-load button or option like in the original so either graphical or connectivity wise there could a minimum amount of lag?



LibantLibant

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love it!

This is slowly becoming one of my favorite games! It's sometimes difficult for me to remember where my hands are, bu I'm getting better as I play. Can't wait for more songs! Although the timing on the screen itself seems off, especially for the fast songs, the game keeps up with itself, so if you play it a few times, get the rhythm, all you need in those songs are the keys to press. I found this a bit irritating at first, but caught on quickly. It's definitely an improvement from TREBL 1, keep up the good work!


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earlraeearlrae

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

Only complaint I have is I wish the notes went away after you hit them.


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bigdumbgames responds:

Yeah, I've had a couple people say the same thing. I'm probably going to revisit the on-hit animations here in a bit, I think I can make it a little more obvious. :D