Hold on to your hats. This one's a doozy. So much of a doozy, it needs TWO comments:
I'm sorta disappointed we don't get to play as Fancy Pants' little sister, who I like to call Fancy Skirt. She would of been an awesome unlockable after you finish the game. She could of even had like an alternate ability, like instead of a pencil, she could had a pout ability. Regardless, it's still a game worthy of five stars.
@pophead Music most people like are popular, which are songs played by famous bands. Featuring these songs in the game would be super expensive, see as developers would have to pay royalties to all the people that are featured. This is why most of the songs are from people nobody has ever heard. The game is popular, so rather than having to be payed, bands are simply given publicity by being in the game. Also, it is nearly impossible for a developer to please everyone, and in order to maintain a wide demographic, stray away from catering to specific tastes. That's why you'll see that most rhythm games feature a variety of genres ranging from punk to reggae to alternative in their selection. And finally, this game is already super. I mean, SUPER IS IN THE TITLE!
I'm not sure if anybody else figured this out yet, but when driving into a large zombie, if you pull up your front wheels so they hit them in the head, you lose a lot less speed, not to mention they die easier.
I played auditorium. The games are similar, but not the same. Auditorium had more complex solutions and had a steeper difficulty curve, while this was more simple and relaxing. I guess this is Auditorium Lite. And even if they are "the same", does that make this game any less great? They both have excellent music, concept, and execution. 5/5. FOR BOTH!