5/5 game, -1 controls, -1 no online Game is perfect, I have spent hundreds of hours on the wii. -1 for controls: Touch works decent though my thumb has too much friction for it to work effortles. Tilt cushions the movement and is too sensitive. -1 for no online leaderboards, something that gave BIT.TRIP complete a lot.
Awesome game even on mobile I had this game on Wii before the console broke. Now I have it on my phone and it is just as fun and surprisingly just as playable. The tilt control scheme is even the same as the Wii version!
Great game, needs some tweaking Personally, this game needs to have the sensitivity of the tilt controls adjusted. I shouldn't have to practically throw my device in a direction to get it to zip across the board. Slight tilts shouldn't move the paddle a mere millimeter, it should move a considerable amount, with even slighter tilts moving it just ever so slightly like it does now. A sensitivity adjuster is needed in the options for adjusting the tilt speed. Other than that, this game is amazing. Needs fixed before I give a higher rating.
Sensitivity tweak Like everyone else has already started, slightly better sensitivity on the tilt control is the only improvement id suggest. Or, an adjustable sensitivity! In the meantime, I'll keep practicing and perhaps get frustrated in some spots. Otherwise, it's my favorite game on my phone
this is bad first of all the game is too forgiving, second, it becomes boring, easy level is so easy and repetitive that I can't pass it Because I get bored. this is all oriented to music and gameplay doesn't connect with music enough, take a look at beat hazard. UI design sucks, main menu buttons are transparent and hardly visible, in-game it's sometimes hard to see the stuff you're hitting because it melts with background, tilt control doesn't work, it shouldn't be in the game...
Not so great On my phone. It works, but it lags up a lot and like 20 bits just shoot by and blast me into game over. Tried to get refund but it didn't work.
Fixed tilt mode on certain tablets.
Fixed Mega/Nether meters on Tegra devices.
Adjusted position of score indicators
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