Great game. The only thing is that once you beat all the levels, every time you redo a level it shows the complete comic again, which gets really annoying when you replay levels multiple times looking for the keys.
Alright, so this is weird but for the last level I just typed out exactly what the walkthrough did. I just read right off the word document and just keeping an eye on the painter with my peripherals to make sure I didn't press the next button too early. Anyway, here are the instructions for the last level. Took me twice to beat it under a minute (not the best path, but it worked)
RIGHT, UP, LEFT, DOWN, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, UP, DOWN, LEFT, DOWN, LEFT, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, UP, RIGHT, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT, UP, RIGHT, UP, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, LEFT, DOWN, UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, UP, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, LEFT, DOWN, LEFT, DOWN, UP, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, UP, LEFT, DOWN, LEFT, UP, RIGHT, LEFT, DOWN, UP, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, LEFT, DOWN, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, UP, DOWN, LEFT, DOWN, LEFT, DOWN, RIGHT, UP, RIGHT, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT, UP, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, UP, DOWN, UP, RIGHT, LEFT, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, UP, RIGHT, UP, RIGHT
Fantastic game. Only improvement/addition I can think of would be something to let you set the fretboard speed as faster or slower, kind of like Hyperspeed on Guitar Hero or Breakneck Speed on Rock Band. The faster the speed scrolls, the faster the notes go but are more spread out to make them a little easier to see. Just a suggestion.
Yeah, seriously the game is okay, but level 20 is just stupid, and there's no way I'm going through all of the previous 19 levels again just to use my skill points differently. No pause button? No way to undo the skill points already used? Again, it's good, but there are too any major flaws to call it great.
I have a pretty good laptop and play the game on the lowest settings, and the game STILL has some pretty awful lag spikes, and they get worse the faster you go. Getting to 1000 on hard seems impossible because of this.
Plenty of things to fix. First off, if you're holding down a wrong note, that should count as just one miss. If you hit a sustain (long note) even a little late than you'll fail before you even realize you missed it. The timing window is also way off. You can't notes at all early, but you can hit them pretty late. Should be even. Finally, sorry to say, but whoever charted these songs did pretty horribly. You can't play at all by ear. When I hit the note when it's played in the actual song, then I miss because the note was mapped to be a little before or after when it's supposed to be. I'm not expecting expert charting by any means, but it's like you guys just threw notes down where you think they should go and said "yeah, that's good enough." Just my two cents.
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