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BPO Disk

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Featurning multiple Audio Portal tracks, BPO disk is a rhythm game involving a disk and indicators coming from 4 directions. Unlike guitar hero, the indicators move towards the center, not towards you. Then you can charge up your multiplier bar to get a higher score, all for the highscores. If you think that is all, wait till level 2...

Also, on this day (June 25, 2007), WWE Superstar Chris Benoit, his wife and son passed away in his home. RIP, Chris Benoit and family.

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This game rocks! Definitely one of my favorites. I like the fact that the disk was rotating while you were hitting the notes. It made me get dizzy after a while, but it was a lot of fun nonetheless.

I wasn't that interested in this game at first, but it really did get better! I was in no way expecting everything to rotate like that. I thought it would be a game where you put balls in several places, not a music one. The music it did have was quite good. I do admit that the layout could have been better. It is just a single rotating screen.

I still didn't know what to do when it started moving around. I wish I knew what BPO stood for, not that it really matters. What does matter is that you made a fairly unique game. I really did lose it when everything started moving. It's worth taking a look at.

very clever game i like how the thing spins but i will admit it is a little dissying

liked it

it was good.
thought it was alright but the spinning made it more interesting.
just a shame its not very long.

i'll be bank.

it was boring.... until the spinning started, then it became interesting... in Lv4 i lost it and went game over, I shall train myself to resist dizziness and return to finish this game. Then i shall finish this with 100% perfects, as the beat isn't really that hard.
(for those who wonder: 86 perfect, 26 hits, 20 strays)

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4.17 / 5.00

Jun 25, 2007
11:30 PM EDT