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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!

Reviews


i love it

it was challanging and fun maybe slow it down a little but other than that it was great



I loved it!

I voted a 5 ^_^ 3.61 / 5.00 (+ 0.0038)
It is a lot of fun to play and very exciting. It definitely needs a story line and more characters, but I hope you don't take the easy route with a simple arcade mode that unlocks characters, this can really become a great project if you develop an intricate story line that ties together the lives of many different characters. Good luck to you and I hope that you go far with this flash ^_^



Very cool!

I like it alot, i just wish there were more characters, and who knows, even a story mode? XD

keep up the very good work!


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BoMToons responds:

Thanks for the kind words....I just wish the review thing wouldn't default to "0" :(


Hard yet still very fun

I throughly enjoyed this game. It was well thought out, and it took skill as well as quick wit. I'm putting it in my favs.


BoMToons responds:

Thanks bro, glad you liked it.


wow LDS rules!!!!!

dude nice tosee stuff on here like this keep it up. this one goes in my fav


BoMToons responds:

Boo yah, another NG LDSer pops up!

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Credits & Info

Views
114,063
Votes
2,301
Score
3.74 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jul 15, 2007
11:51 PM EDT
Genre
Rhythm
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  • Daily Feature July 17, 2007