Opsu!(Beatmap player for Andro

3.1
62.6K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Opsu is an open-source version of osu! written in java and it is now on the play store. You can download beatmaps from anywhere you want and play them on your phone, and even post your scores on leaderboards to compete with friends!

Opsu is published under the GNU GPL v3 licsence
The code for Opsu can be found here:
https://github.com/itdelatrisu/opsu
Opsu's fork for android is here:
https://github.com/fluddokt/opsu
Code for this app:
https://github.com/AnirudhRahul/opsu-Android
Credits for everyone who contributed their artwork to this app are here:
https://github.com/itdelatrisu/opsu/blob/master/CREDITS.md
Updated on
Aug 2, 2019

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3.1
62.6K reviews
Jago
October 8, 2022
After playing some more, there's definitely a fairly large number of things that need improvement. The gameplay itself works fine, but changing settings is a nightmare and afaik there's no "reset to default." Certain things need to allow typed input, instead of using sliders, esp. offset. There are some others, such as problems with local scores saving for multiple difficulties or not at all, and some loading errors the occur frequently. The hit marker scaling option also needs work
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A Google user
November 13, 2018
I've been playing this for nearly a year, and it's been great. Though I think you really need to improve the cursor delay when dragging. It's really off-putting since I play on my Galaxy Tab S with it's 10.5 inch screen. Some sliders also seem to trip up the game, regardless of length (many red anchors possibly?). It will also drop frames on every slider tick of certain sliders. These may be the limitations of what you developed this on, but if it is possible to work out these performance issues, that'd be great! Also, if it already doesn't, could you make the game take advantage of every core then device has to offer? Thanks for your time if you read this! :)
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A Google user
October 18, 2019
Its pretty close to the osu pc experience in my opinion but there are some minor tweaks I would like to mention. For starters some of the default sound effects especially the sound when you get a note wrong are very loud, off-putting, and distracting or just downright weird. It would be better to have a sound effect that is more subtle but can still tell you that you missed a note when you hear it.
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What's new

Fixed some beatmap servers that were not working
Added some more server options to download beatmaps
Added automatic bug reporting!
Reduced app size
64 bit support
Performance Improvements