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Happy Ferret

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Nov 3, 2006 | 6:15 PM EST

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HINT:If youcan't read music,you might want to find out about those there dotted quavers.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

that's cool . . . but . . .

playing with the mouse is way too complicated, plus, some people either don't have the coordination to use the mouse effectively or they move the pointer too fast or too slow. but you've got eight notes, and eight fingers to use, so keyboard controls wouldn't be so bad. IMO, keyboard controls are much better than use the mouse. oh, and it might help if you number or show the notes, not everyone can read a musical scale you know. good job though, keep 'em coming.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Poor ferrets XD

It was kind of funny actually. I tried to play it, but now I learned I can't play happy birthday, pretty much. My mouse either gets stuck, I play too soon or too late. It was kind of fun thogh, I could only make it to the third "Happy Birthday" though, I gotta remember how to play happy birthday first. Cool flash though, *votes 5*

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A very hard game...

I found this a very hard and challenging game. The actionscript seemed quite complex, and all I have to say is good things about this.
Keep up the good work.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I liked it

I liked the game being a pianist. I did find the slight delay annoying though. Also the highlighting following the notes wasn't at the same time as the music. But dispite this I really liked it.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

lings were mo

Practised. Played maybe 6x, failing on the first line.

+++ There's not enough musical games on NG, I feel.

+++ amusing method of creating notes

++++ The bg piano accompaniment to the ferrets is lovely.

-- Terrible icon/pre-loader - give bad 1st impression

---- in-game, hitting a ferret has a delay

----- Not enough feedback. We lost? Why did we lose? Was that note played too early? Too late? The wrong note? Was it a cumulative effect - were earlier notes played a little badly, dropping our life a little? Or do we die as soon as we make one mistake?
Let us know!

+ Amusing little comments

++ amusing expressions on ferrets

- thought they could be a bit cleaner

++ cleanly drawn treble clefs, notes etc.

I think I might have enjoyed this if the notes came instantly and our failings were more clearly explained. As it is, it just annoyed me.