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BoM Beat Battle

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Choose the move your fighter performs by playing the corresponding note pattern in this new twist on old fighting games with lots of frame-by-frame hand drawn action!

We plan to add more characters, moves, environments, and music if you like it, so leave your feedback! We reccomend you play with a friend, but the computer can hold his own too!

We busted our behinds to complete this engine in time for the Rockout contest so have fun!


Fun and Fresh! Hooray!

Though it's not even close to perfect, it might be the highlight of the rock out contest. Still, there simply isn't enough in the game! Each character has enough moves but what does that matter if there's only a few of them! The game is very fresh, combining rhytm, beat em ups and even a bit of strategy together to make a fine package. But sometimes the fights are a bit more on luck and guesswork than skill. It's good as it is now, but a sequel would be awesome.


its fun but it defenetly needs more charecters and places soo for right now u gat a 9


Man, i gotta tell you....great game man. I donno bout the guy below me, but it was sorta easy for me. You shood give it a difficulty setting easy wit the moves easy to preform, normal being a bit harder, so on and so forth.
The game cood have more characters like orcs, undead, pirates, superheroes and etc. Make them kew.

This is great!

This is a really creative and inventive game.
DEFINITELY make some more characters and arenas. After one match I had seen all the characters.
For the amount of time allowed in the contest, however, this game is really good.

Hard, but awesome

That's really fun. Great animation, great code, great graphx. I luv dis one!

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Credits & Info

3.74 / 5.00

Jul 15, 2007
11:51 PM EDT
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