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.Read full description
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!
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
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2D platformer with the bright colors, but little simplistic graphic. The soundtrack its at least a decent, but If you don?t like the default soundtrack, you can always customize it. It's a pretty alright platformer, good for 2-3 hours. Anyone who loves precision platformers will enjoy it quite a bit.
If you like games like Super Meat Boy, you might want to check this one out. The idea is pretty much the same as Super Meat Boy. It's a platformer game that gradually gets harder, introducing new game mechanics as you progress the stages. The controls are a little shaky here and there. Sometimes it is hard to get your character to do what you want it to do. The music is great. This game is a decent in between game if you are taking a break from a bigger game. I like to play this in small sessions. Would definitely play this on my iphone. Wouldn't buy this for $9.99 though, but I've seen this go for about $1-2, which is more doable.
I know its flaws but I keep coming back to play it from time to time. Rush Bros is a rhythm-music platformer game featuring lots of levels where you are supposed to die thousands of times. The game features a competitive multiplayer mode where you race against your rival to the goal. This racing-platformer game is how it is supposed to be played, rather than a single player experience. Nowadays it is not easy to find people to play with, but it kind of work as a single player/ghost racing game. The problem is that, its main feature, works really bad. Rush Bros uses the beats of the song that is playing to set up the movement of the traps in the game. You can even import your own songs and apply them to the level to see how the traps move. It just doesn't work, and there is no feeling that it is actually going with the rhythm of the music. If you ask me nowadays , don't buy this game, but I can't deny I had a great time playing it.
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.
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.
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