From the 15-year-old BAFTA-winning developer of OPERATOR 41, a little arcade rhythm game I made during lockdown.
Defeat a series of increasingly aggressive animals in the Club, or relax and try to beat your highscore in Endless mode.
Pay what you want.
NEW Boss Ranking - Try to swipe on beat and take less damage to achieve the S rank! (also other bug fixes)
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It’s a good game... but.
It’s a great game in general, good soundtrack and good vibrant colors, my only complaint is the lack of levels, I mean I’m still entertained by it, just some more levels would add some depth to it, as well as an arcade mode, this would offer practice as well as something to play when you don’t feel like playing a level, thank you.
Interesting, but no rhythm mechanic
The game has potential I suppose, but there doesn’t seem to be any rhythm mechanic to gameplay. The music is great, but aside from the beat occasionally deciding when certain bricks emerge, there’s no incentive to utilize the rhythm. Coming from a background of Crypt of the NecroDancer and all the Rhythm Heaven games, I love rhythm-based games, but the rhythm must be utilized/emphasized, otherwise it’s just another game with good music :/ -perhaps there is a rhythm mechanic I’m missing. This could be remedied with a better tutorial. While I’m sure the developer meant for the tutorial to be simple and approachable, it ended up providing no clarity on what the player is supposed to do, or what any of the icons represent. I get the whole discoverability approach to learning a new game, but it’s too abstract to interpret clearly.
Developer Response ,
Absolutely working on making rhythm a heavier element. I think possibly there could be ranked scoring for the bosses based on how on the beat you could play?
Also working on a new tutorial - I originally wanted to do it without text so it would be understandable in all countries, but that clearly just made it more confusing. Thanks for your feedback! Spruce
The levels get challenging quick, so I think a few more “non-boss” levels in between the beasts would allow a player to learn the game mechanics in a less taxing environment. The music is satisfying, though when I expected a rhythm game I though of music matching movement, maybe slowing the music down when the player is making a movement. As it is, free is ideal. However, I would pay $3-$5 for just a little bit more.
Much love, and mad respect. 💜
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- Spruce Campbell
- 109.2 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © Spruce Campbell
- In-App Purchases
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