The Pick of Destiny

Share Collapse

Author Comments

Edit 02/19/08: I added a replay button and a auto save function. Also, I fixed a glitch that made the game easier and some other minor glitches :)

1337 Edit: So after a few hours (like 3) of checking the engine, I finally saw the bug that led to the key glitch...so I fixed it! Enjoy the now bug-free (at least I think it is) version :D

All songs were taken from the audio portal because the contest rules demand it. PLEASE stop writing reviews complaining why I didn't use Tenacious D songs.

Edit: Oh wow frontpage...wasn't expecting that :D Thanks!
Edit: Thanks alot for 2nd NG! Means alot to me.

Hi everyone this is my entry for the Rock Out Contest. Please read this before you play.

This is your normal rythm game, with a fancy story. You have to hit the corresponding arrow key when it reacehs the top, you all know it. The twist is, the sacred guitar picks have beeen shattered. Only by dancing, you'll be able to recover their parts periodically. It is up to you to bring them back!

I worked really hard on this game...took me nearly 2 weeks, but I worked 4-8 hours a day every day. I hope you like it and find it enjoyable. Also, I put the quality on auto low on the game part because I don't want any complaints that this is lagging, so better safe than sorry :)



Awesome! But...

It was great but the pick of destiny was easier than the armor games.

good game

great game, kinda easy, beat it in about 10 - 15 minutes, but over all it was really fun


But I liked it.There was a little bit of everything!You put work into this.Well done!

not tenac D

and just as hard as the second, but you should at least use tenacious d music in it.

People find this review helpful!
LilDwarf responds:

That's why I made a second one ;)


Played the second one right b4 i played this one and im glad i did. The secind one is WAY better just cuz of the fact u used Tenacious D songs

People find this review helpful!

Click on an icon to vote on this!

Credits & Info

3.81 / 5.00

Jun 29, 2007
3:27 PM EDT