Monsters of Rock

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** NOTE: There's a weird issue with the preloader that I'm working on, so if you're loading this for the first time it may take a little while before you see something pop up.

Hope you enjoy this, everyone! It's been a solid 2 and a half months of work. The notes are perfectly synced with a guitar strum in the selected song, just like Guitar Hero! If you get good enough, you should be able to play this with your eyes closed!

If you see any bugs, send me a private message ASAP! DON'T tell me in a review of the game! Thanks!

THANK YOU to Rocker206, Metaljonus and Bad-Man-incorporated for the awesome music! Sooo metal...

A S D F G keys control the strings.
Hold a string to grind a sustained note with a tail.

K or L keys pluck the strings.

Remember, the higher the streak, the more points you get per strum. Opponents get harder as you move along.



It was pretty good! Even though I normally suck at rhythm games...
I like Lizardo.

cool game!

That waas really good!

I found the problem

This is a solid game with a passable and funny storyline, and good game mechanics. There are multiple characters to choose from, multiple difficulties, you name it. The characters were funny, the gameplay was nice, and the songs were pretty good.

However, the game is rather short, with only five songs and three levels for each character. Additionally, the hit detection on the notes is off sometimes. You land a note perfectly, and you find out you missed it. I solved this problem by pushing BOTH strum keys (L and K) every time I hit a note. I don't know if this works all the time, but it worked for me.

Other than the glitches and shortness, good game!

Pretty sweet

I liked the controls and the songs. You should make a sequel where the game is longer. I liked how the story line interacted with all of the characters no matter who you picked.


make the controls kinda like frets on fire,whent that happens well see...

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3.36 / 5.00

Jul 15, 2007
1:25 PM EDT