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Symphony

August 9, 2012

Very cool!  Theoretically, one could build their own levels of increasing difficulty just by choosing the progression of tracks.  Start with some Blackmill for the “Can I play, Daddy?” beginner’s levels and then progress to the Heavy Metal (or Beethoven) “I am Death Incarnate!” classics!  The PAR has provided a score free (no pun intended) review here.  While it would appear that Empty Clip Studios didn’t quite get there, I sure would like to be part of the team trying to crack this nut.  A game that accurately and appropriately utilizes our favorite music playlists for level generation could be highly entertaining and would be a must-have for any avid gamer and music lover.

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  1. August 9, 2012 8:01 pm

    I saw a video of this game just a few days ago. It’s really cool how they programmed the engine to run off of the music you have in the game – how it detects the BPM and all that. It’s definitely on my list of games to get. I have such an extensive music library that grows every day that it’s almost impossible for me to pass up on this game.

    • August 9, 2012 8:04 pm

      As an example, just imagine how fun and crazy playing this song would be. Starts out mellow, gets crazy by the end.

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