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- Music in Motion -

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Feb 18, 2008 | 9:36 AM EST

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Disco Disaster 25 Points Make it past Stage 3.
Falling Blocks 25 Points Make it past Stage 2.
Run and Jump 25 Points Make it past Stage 1.
Music Maniac 50 Points Defeat the Boss!
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: If any of you are stuck or can't get what to do, check out this great walkthrough:
Courtesy of Boffinbox.

: Update: Daily First and Frontpage?! Thanks guys! Glad to see you enjoy this as it was really just an experiment. =D

This is not your standard music based game. It is an experimental game to test how music and platformers can mix. You do not have to play to the rhythm, but rather the rhythm plays with you.

This is an exciting combination of Music and Platformer Genres, with 4 stages that have 4 different play mechanics. It IS all centered around your average platform game, but with a very large and musical twist. This is probably my most original flash I've made in a while.

Caution: The game is pretty tough, and it will most definitly take you more than one try to make it through the whole thing. The final boss is pretty challenging, but very possible to beat.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This would be a great game, you know, if the screen stood still vertically, when I jump the screen moves too much so I can't even see where I'm landing

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

If someone asks me what I'm playing, I'll say, "Geometry Dash's succesor."

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

A very challenging game. Great music and gameplay.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was INSANELY cool - the idea and execution was wonderful, I hope there's potentially more to look forward to!


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

this would be a very fun game.... if the jumping was actually responsive every time like what a platformer should be.