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Old 02-11-2013, 04:19 PM
okeedokeben okeedokeben is offline
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Default Unlock Codes for Beat Brite, a new Music/Rhythm Game

Hey guys, if you enjoy music/rhythm games, please check out my recently released game. It's called Beat Brite, and it's like smashing a bunch of Simon games together to create 80s drumloops. It's free to try, and I'll give anyone interested here an unlock code to bypass the in-app purchase (which is usually $0.99). You can download the game here:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/beat-brite/id586646334?mt=8

Leave a post, and I'll get you a code. I'd love comments and suggestions as well! Thanks!
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Old 02-11-2013, 04:47 PM
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I'd certainly appreciate a code. I'll come back with feedback as well.

EDIT: So far I'm really enjoying this game. The UI is very simple, but you'll soon get over that as you become engrossed in the game. The idea is fantastic, and I'm giving the dev two thumbs up for the creativity. The way the sets begin to loop after a stage, resulting in a beat at the end is awesome. It makes you want to get to the end to hear the final product. That and messing around in the free play mode is cool. This one is staying on my phone for sure. Keep up the great work!

Honestly reviewed,
repapermunky

PS To the dev: Despite a good amount of content in the game, I'm hoping there will be new content added in the future!

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Old 02-11-2013, 04:52 PM
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I'd certainly appreciate a code. I'll come back with feedback as well.
Thanks! Just sent it to you!
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:04 PM
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I'd like a in-app code,thanks
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:08 PM
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I'd like a in-app code,thanks
Done. Thanks for trying it!
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:35 PM
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Would love a code, thanks!
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:50 PM
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I had a quick play; I can see with practice it would be a lot of fun.
A suggestions:

Main Menu:
UI is a little difficult to grasp at first; perhaps a collapsible menu for the various difficulties (Beginner, Easy etc), with a tap to expand/contract them?
Move the Tutorial to the top (above beginner).

Tutorial:
Gets a little tricky at the end.
Given you need the player to suceed here AND enjoy the game in order to have them play more and hopefully make a purchase, I would suggest making the final sequence simpler. Of course, if this is more aimed at musicians than casual players, it may well be ok as is.

Difficulty:
I would aim to make the difficulty on the beginner levels such that finishing it can be done quite quickly, and enjoyably leaving the player wanting more (ie helping you sell your IAP). This is more a business point that anything though and it depends on how you see your market (if it's a musician niche, then the current setting may be just right).

Menu Navigation:
Tap any of the Easy songs and you are sent to an IAP confirm screen, cancelling this returns you to the top menu, not the level select menu (a bug?).

Sorry, don't have time to play anymore now, but will try the rest of the beginner levels later today.
Best of luck with the app!
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:00 PM
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I'd love to have a code!
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:49 PM
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I'd love to have a code!
Absolutely! Enjoy!
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:47 PM
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I had a quick play; I can see with practice it would be a lot of fun.
A suggestions:

Main Menu:
UI is a little difficult to grasp at first; perhaps a collapsible menu for the various difficulties (Beginner, Easy etc), with a tap to expand/contract them?
Move the Tutorial to the top (above beginner).

Tutorial:
Gets a little tricky at the end.
Given you need the player to suceed here AND enjoy the game in order to have them play more and hopefully make a purchase, I would suggest making the final sequence simpler. Of course, if this is more aimed at musicians than casual players, it may well be ok as is.

Difficulty:
I would aim to make the difficulty on the beginner levels such that finishing it can be done quite quickly, and enjoyably leaving the player wanting more (ie helping you sell your IAP). This is more a business point that anything though and it depends on how you see your market (if it's a musician niche, then the current setting may be just right).

Menu Navigation:
Tap any of the Easy songs and you are sent to an IAP confirm screen, cancelling this returns you to the top menu, not the level select menu (a bug?).

Sorry, don't have time to play anymore now, but will try the rest of the beginner levels later today.
Best of luck with the app!
Thanks for the great feedback!

I love the UI ideas - a collapsible menu may help tremendously, especially if I end up adding songs in the future. The IAP cancel should go back to where it was launched from - oops!

I had gone back and forth about the difficulty. Originally, I had it much easier, but I was worried about the niche music/rhythm game players losing interest without a challenge. On the other hand, more casual players may have trouble getting into it with its current higher difficulty. Part of what I'm interested in hearing is to see if the concept is appealing to casual players, or if I should just concentrate on the more hardcore music/rhythm niche.

Again, thanks so much!
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