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Jul 6, 2007 | 9:47 PM EDT

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(Update Aug. 14, 2008) A new song has been added in place of TT-In Your Face. Sorry for the inconvenience. I also added a retry button so you don't have to wait for your songs to load over and over again! Hope you enjoy the new song!

(Update: Oct. 07) WOW! 50k views! I'm very impressed on the impact of this game. You better believe that a sequel is in the making. Thanks go to Newgrounds viewers and musicians!

EDIT: Added an extra settings option, synchronization. Now you can fine tune your notes to the beat if the notes are not synchronized!

!!!TIP!!! Hold the keyboard like a guitar, the "NUMBER KEYS" are the frets, the "BACKSPACE" key is the strum bar. Use one hand to play the frets and the other to play the strum bar. Make sure you press the backspace key and the corresponding fret to play the note. Controls can be changed in the settings menu. If you're having a hard time playing, it will get easier if you practice. :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Haha,love it!

just like guitar hero man,love it!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool as hell.

At first I thought the keyboard thing looked hard, but once I tried it, it was just like guitar hero! The notes sync with the music, so you can actually try to get the rythm of the song rather than the notes. This is one of the best Rythm Games on NG.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Excellent tracks and the keys were well set, BUT I would make the frets F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6, it is much easier to reach for ppl that dont have huge hands like me.
Anywho graphics were good and I was impressed by the hammer on/pull offs a job well done.
Except you never clearly explained what the flash o-meter was for.... Oh well !


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Hella fun

The obvious Guitar Hero clone formula was done well in this game, and the design of gameplay was implemented greatly. Sometimes the graphics seem to leave a bit to be desired, given that Guitar Hero seems to have quite a few more high-end effects. Fortunately, that slight flaw can help those who are using older PCs and otherwise could recieve crappy frame rates/lag which could interfere with the game. Speaking of who's using what kind of computer, laptop users will probably find the default layout of controls difficult to use since... well, they can't use it.

The few flaws aside, though, this is an impressive and enjoyable rhythm sim.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


very cool game i quit my guitar hero just to try to beat this =P