Perhaps the most impressive thing about this game was the correlation between the music and the visuals. I felt as if the piano's harmonies were quite reflective of the spiraling or cascading shapes. The whole thing was rather hypnotizing! The engine ran flawlessly - I was especially relieved to experience no lagging with all of those symbols flying around. Having the "neutral" shapes colored a variety of blues and greens, instead of just a single value, also contributed to the visual razzle-dazzle.
As a fan of both classical music and graphic design, this one was right up my alley. Excellent job!
THIS GAME IS LOVELY THE BETTER ONE ...even better as part 1 ..thought...!!!
Its a really quite unique
Its a unique concept, creative in its presentation. The preset songs had a good flow and were actually nice to listen too!
"MP3 from URL" is the last option you get. But with it comes great power and destiny... (actually, just more options that are cool!!)
Notes to improve on (my point of view) :
1) This game seems optimized for slow melodic songs. Rock songs dont really work well here. They come out as a continuous trickle.
2) (my prefence) I would like to see a setting were the red notes don't come out. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying its too hard. I just would like to try to get the highest possible score and 100% completion, thats all.
A "must play" game that definitely gets into my favourites.
I loved this game as well as the last one
and at Aoshima ~ just because your having trouble with the site it does not mean this game deserves a low score, you douch >>
I thoroughly and utterly enjoyed this game. Thanks.