Player-made Beat maps and Active e Sports League
Creating games is a massive undertaking. It's no surprise, then, that in 2007, when Dean "peppy" Herbert launched Osu! he made it open-source. This wildly popular rhythm game combines music with various quick-time events like sliders, spinning icons,...[read more below]
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Player-made Beat maps and Active e Sports League
Creating games is a massive undertaking. It's no surprise, then, that in 2007, when Dean "peppy" Herbert launched Osu! he made it open-source. This wildly popular rhythm game combines music with various quick-time events like sliders, spinning icons, and others. It's a unique take on the beats genre that casual and pro players alike have come to adore.
Osu! is a blend of music and flashing lights. There are different colored lights on the screen during the round. Players guide them to the numbered circles in the correct order, which keeps the play moving.
Different events can appear in these numbers. Players might slide the cursor a certain way or trace long patterns before moving onto the next number.
quick-time events makes this beats game something totally unlike the others out there!
The community of this game is very strong and a core aspect of the concept as well. The creator made the game open-source, which means that anyone can create or edit content for it. This clever addition ensures that there are always fresh levels to play.
The music choice in Osu! is nearly limitless.
Search for a song on the extended database with a premium subscription and find tons of pop, metal, and techno music. Additionally, user-created content abounds thanks to the open-source nature of osu!
Backgrounds during songs are usually black or occasionally have a static anime image. It might sound boring, but there's an excellent reason for this!
The reason for such plain backgrounds is the scoring system. Starting a match shows the scores of every other player that's tried the song. Passing those scores makes usernames flash across the screen. Then, their colored dot gets added to the current cursor.
The result is a massive colorful ball of small bright dots flitting across the screen in a dance of mad beats while popular tunes thump in the background. At the end of a match, all of the different cursors explode into a celebratory dance.
Osu! is entrancing, clever, and earns a 5/5 for its diversity in graphics and audio.
In Osu! the match starts when the music starts playing. Then, circles with numbers in them appear on the screen. Click each number in the proper order. Follow any shapes that the circles might make before moving onto the next number. This 4/5 game-play continues through the entire song. Scoring is based on accuracy.
The number patterns often follow underlying rhythms in songs, so listen and watch carefully!
There are single-player and online options, Osu! has spawned a professional competitive league that features international players. It's also a popular warm-up tool for pro players of other games, like League of Legends and Heroes of the Storm.
Fans of beats games will undoubtedly love Osu! for its smart departure from the genre. It features a near-endless catalog of user-created content while also having a massive e Sport league of its own.
Anyone looking to speed up their gaming skills while rocking out to solid jams should check Osu! out on PC, Mac, or in open-source on Android and iPhone.
Osu! is the popular beats game available on PC, Mac, and in open beta on mobile devices.
What follows is the official description of Yosumin!™, from the developers.
Make rectangles of the same type of yosumin to make them disappear in this mind-bending puzzle game. The more you get, the better you'll feel!
Yosumin!, Square Enix's puzzle masterpiece, is here! Simply select rectangles of the same type of yosumin to make them disappear in this simple yet challenging puzzle game.
There are two game modes available.
Once upon a time, deep in the Forest of the Yosumin!, which lies somewhere far away, but not too far from here, there was a shrine decorated with beautiful stained glass.
One night, someone came and took the stained glass, then smashed it into pieces and spread it far and wide over the world.
Work your way through the world of the yosumin in search of the lost pieces of their treasured stained-glass window!
Use the special Treats you earn along the way to help you make your way through the myriad of multifarious levels!
The only limit is your skill in this never-ending game mode! How high will you fly?
More than 180 challenging stages.
Cute, fun graphics.
Rich, fun-filled sounds and voices.
Earn extra Treats the more yosumin you make disappear.
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