TERRORHYTHM (TRRT) - The new rhythm beat'em up game in Early Access

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  1. EvilCoGames

    EvilCoGames New Member

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    Hello everybody!
    In early April of this year, we have brought out the early fruits of our semiannual work - a musical rhythm - beat'em up game with the ability to download your own music content: TERRORHYTHM



    But work from that very moment only increased!

    If in brief, then for the last 2.5 months we:

    - Went into early access on Steam

    - We sweat over updates, which we try to release weekly. In total there were about 7 updates

    - Finalizing in-game mechanics

    - Actively collecting feedback from players.

    Yesterday we have introduced the results of the very first TRRT’ tournament! We’ve found that it’s a very good experience as for the players so for us as the developers too.
    Today we’re happy to announce the launch of the second TRRT’ competition!

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    During the next 7 days (8-15 June) we are playing TRRT to the Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Can't hold us feat. Ray Dalton

    You should upload this song to Custom Game mode, reach the best game score to this track, record a video of playing through the level, and throw us a link on the game Steam page HERE!

    The prizes:
    Third place – key for our previous game 'Star Story: The Horizon Escape'
    Second place - 'Star Story: The Horizon Escape' + Star Story’OST keys
    The champion - 'Star Story: The Horizon Escape' + Star Story’OST + TERRORHYTHM keys.

    Link to the original where you can download this song:


    EvilCoGames team played at Hard mode and got the score 27576 points (15364 points/min). Take a look:



    And what will be yours?
    Try your best!

    And here we are a few keys to TERRORHYTHM:
    RWW4K-CQH3E-3BCIJ
    3AML3-4C5VF-HR0J6
     

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