I think it's a good idea. I use a 40 inch tv connected to my computer and use wireless xbox controllers. That kind of customization and ability to literally make the game uniquely yours you just don't see in games these days. Try playing to the Star Wars theme or the Imperial March - tis madness! Will look at spotify also.
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I've also owned Beat Hazard for years on Steam and I've loved it. Very interested in your experiences in this regard. But what about physics and particles, what libraries did you use there? Cool - What game was it?
Sony wanted more features adding to the game before they would approve it. Lots of people want this sort of thing so I need to start looking in to it. Email us at mods askmeanythi. I would just like to thank you for Beat Hazard first. Were there any sort of "party additives" that may have helped influence the hazare
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Everybody has loved hazrad and I thank you very mich for such a great game and how easy it is to throw my own music into it. No I didn't really expect this - it's mad eh? I'm back - Hi! Also good on you for basically making a game with endless replay value. Did you play any similar games before you made BH?
What should I look for in a song to decide how intense it will be? You play your music, and the enemies come depending on the speed and volume of your music. Just thanks for being awesome. I don't know yet if it's been effective though. Okay, frustrated and defeated might be better phrasing than surprised; but at least Beay learned my lesson. But I had something working on the xbox bea a day. I friggin love beat hazard, especially the fact you can customize the action with your own tunes.
How difficult was it to base the gameplay on music - both extracting the relevant data and balancing the gameplay to work across different music styles? I've played the crap out of beat hazard on PC and even managed to get a handful of friends to buy it, too. I'll get around to buying it on Steam some day, I promise. Local co-op is a definite. I just wanted to say that I really appreciate that you took the time to put in local multiplayer for Beat Hazard.
Have you tried playing to a radio station? Seriously though, if you play on suicidal level they're all hard!
The game is still really fun, and it's really cool to play on your own soundtrack. And if you show this skill at an interview it will score you big points.
Other times, I'll choose a slower song without any mood-oriented goal in mind and there will be long spans with no enemies which I'm going to do a small music driven eemo game before BH2. As a music-head and a hobbyist DJ, any game that runs off my own music collection gets my thumbs up, as it adds a beay new way to enjoy my music.
It's my favorite indie game. I'd doubt all authenticated streaming services work the same way so that kind of fully fledged feature might not be possible? How would you feel when you saw your game on piratebay?