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Plectrum

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Jul 14, 2007 | 8:00 PM EDT

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Control a plectrum and eat others to grow bigger but dont get eaten yourself! Watch out as they pulse to the music. There are four stages to complete with different enemies. Enjoy!

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CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This contest generated so many amazing entries it's unreal. Each one of these deserves a price, but it looks like the jury's been tough. :P I like the game idea. It's like one of those fish survival games, but with a musical theme, you get bigger, eat plectrums, and suddenly you're the biggest strummer around. The controls are a bit slow though; moving from one side of the screen takes a long time, though it's still easy to avoid all the enemies. My one complaint would be the challenge level and speed, if both of those were upped a bit this'd be a both challenging and rewarding experience, as you'd either progress or lose faster. Also, more musical variation. As for what it is though, it's good fun. Looking forward to more!

-cd-



technorappertechnorapper

Rated 5 / 5 stars

cool man

i like it its a cool flash game 5/5 10/10 and its in my faves



JakesFableJakesFable

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Thank you for useing my song and nice game setup..

Pretty fun to play, kinda addictive, and I like how the items in backgrounds go with song, But I really wanna thank you for useing my song.


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KWAS71KCKKWAS71KCK

Rated 3 / 5 stars

cool one

that was a nice game. a little bit simple and somewhat repetitive overall, but it still was quite nice to play, good graphics, nice audio from the audio portal, it served as a decent time waster and your efforts were nice



Shukumei-the-FoxShukumei-the-Fox

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Not very well crafted, my friend.

The idea is great, and "Plectrum" is a nice name, too, But the game is too basic. It kinda felt like a two-direction DDR machine. I think that if you put the same idea in a free roaming field, like Asteriods without the laser, this game could show its full potential.