Rush Bros.

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Third party DRM: Steam

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Rush Bros is a pulse-pounding, music infused Platform Racing Game that features a single player and a competitive multiplayer either split-screen local or online between two simultaneous racers. Rush through over 30 unique levels jam-packed with puzzles, obstacles and power-ups in a race to the finish line where the victor can literally crush his competition.

Two Djs Enter, One Dj Leaves!

Key Features:

  • 41 pulse-pounding, music-infused, platform racing tracks jam-packed with puzzles, obstacles and power-ups

  • Single Player Mode allows players to learn the levels and race against their own Ghost Data

  • Two Player Local Split-Screen Action

  • Online Multiplayer that supports Cross-Platform competition between PC and Mac gamers

  • Rock out to your own MP3 or OGG music library

  • Remix your gameplay by turning on "Fast Forward" to speed everything up or "Survival Mode" where it is one hit and game over

  • Reactive level design where the music you play directly affects the movement of traps, obstacles and backgrounds

  • Features musical tracks by Infected Mushroom complete with custom themed level and characters

Customer reviews



LrmNick | Sept. 5, 2015 | See all LrmNick's reviews »

The Game basic idea is speedrunning maps with the rhythm of a song from your "music folder", it was a nice idea, but they didn't developed it well, the game has bad controls and poor gameplay.It is ok to buy the game, but i can't guarantee you will have fun with it.


Mediocrity: The Platformer

DrakeSays | June 25, 2015 | See all DrakeSays's reviews »

I remember when i first got this game. I had just gotten off of Audiosurf and Symphony, and i saw another music-led game, and snatched it up immediately. Oh how i regret it. Firstly: The graphics are just bad. Not stylized, and they aren't really there with any purpose, they're just flat bad. They don't lend themselves to the game at all, and overall, just distract me. The controls are awful. There's easily a one to two second delay between pressing a button and the game responding, and it's the same with both a keyboard, and a controller. Probably the worst offense though, is the music integration: There's no point to using anything other than the default music. Since obstacles are set to the beat of the music, it was tested with the default music, meaning that most songs will make a level impossible generally. Overall, the bad controls, terrible graphics, and brokenness of the main gimmick ruin this game. Can't recommend, unless it's on a major sale.


It's fun for a while

MalkaLT | April 9, 2015 | See all MalkaLT's reviews »

This game is fun and it's something that most of people would love to try, but I wouldn't spend much time on it. I must say that it's interesting and tricky platformer, which you will find challenging at some times. It has not too many and not too less maps and whey all are unique so that's a good thing. Music is one of the most important things in here, because doesn't matter in which part of game you are, you will see something connected to music in it. And I must say that all soundtracks are very well made and nice to listen so that's one thing you will find enjoyable in here. But as I said, I wouldn't spend much time in it, because later there's just nothing else you can do, only to play the same maps and race agains other people in multiplayer. So yea, maybe that's because I'm not big fan of platformers or it isn't as exiting as it looks.


A Resounding "Eh"

NeoTanner | Nov. 28, 2014 | See all NeoTanner's reviews »

I can't recommend the game, nor would I disown it. For a platformer, it'd probably be okay. For a music game? Not so much. It's not very good at explaining any sort of mechanic in the game, nor what the music is actually there for. Guess it's just supposed to be background music? I tried to play "single player" but I think the game defaults to online races and I've had my game auto search for another player. Unless I'm wrong about that, it's kind of silly to have no single player in a platformer. Oh well. It was fun for about 10 minutes (kind of like Goat Simulator) before it became boring. As I said, I'm torn between not recommending and just "eh, if you like music games, it's okay".



NucularS | Oct. 28, 2014 | See all NucularS's reviews »

Not a bad game, even enjoyable at times, assuming you will not try to get the achievements, most of which require impossible timing and precision. Nice music, vivid acid-induced visuals, and no death penalty make this a relaxing experience for the less hardcore players. For those that do want to "beat" the game, prepare to reload again, and again, and again, ad nauseam, until you can do the level in your sleep... or give up.