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Dennis Dennis Revolution
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About this gameMade for November's MAGS contest, this is to my best knowledge the first Rhythm Game written in AGS. Oceanspirit Dennis has to defeat the evil blobz using the power of music! Notes flow down your screen on the rhythm of the song, and you have to match the pattern using the cursor keys. Do well, and fans will appear to cheer for you. And you thought there was no point to the GetMidiPosition() function, didn't you?
Featuring three stages, three piratey songs to whistle along to, and twelve different fan characters from various OSD media! Stepmania mats not currently supported, so use the keyboard and your sense of rhythm.
AGS Panel Review
"A fun, "Dance Dance Revolution" inspired mini-game."