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About This Game

Featuring global online leaderboards and music streaming, Frqncy is a chill audio based experience. Select your ship, pick your tune and try to get to the end of the dynamically generated level with a high score! Cubes will spawn in your way to the beat of the music, and your ships speed will vary based on the intensity. Collect power-ups along the way to upgrade your ships capabilities, replenish your shields and ammo, and try to beat your personal best.

Music Streaming


Play any audio in stream mode! Start any music playing in the background (youtube, spotify, itunes etc.) as long as it is coming through your speakers, you can play!

New Featured Songs


Featured songs will be replaced on a monthly basis, secure your spot on the leaderboard!

Global Leaderboards


Global leaderboards for featured songs. See how you rank against your friends, and the rest of the world!

Progression and Customization


Play songs, level up, unlock more ships! Customize color schemes to make your own unique ship. Try and get all the achievements, and the trophy hidden on each level!

Import Music


Have your own music library locally? Import it and play with local leaderboards! This is great for competing locally with friends. MP3 and WAV supported. b4d347fde0



Title: Frqncy
Genre: Casual, Indie, Racing
Developer:
Mitch Kuronya
Publisher:
Mitch Kuronya
Release Date: 30 Jul, 2018


Minimum:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 470
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 3 GB available space

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Well, my first impression of this game was that I didn\u2019t like it.

The graphics\/instructions at the start look a little \u201cyikes\u201d to me, but I thought, hey, I like the concept of the game, perhaps I can look past me being picky about the graphics.

I read through the instructions, and when it comes to these games, the only thing I am usually interested in is the feature to use your own music. So in the sense of the provided music, I\u2019m afraid I have no idea if it\u2019s any good. I was, however, a tiny bit impressed with the way this game lets you use your own music. Not so much because it\u2019s amazing or anything but rather just something a bit different. It opens up possibility to use a lot more platforms with this game.

In the \u201cStream\u201d section, you can create a play session, then outside of the game you play your own music on whichever platform you want. I used Google Play and YouTube to test it a little and both worked fine. You then go back into the game with music playing and press play on the play session you created.
I\u2019ve never played a music-based game that works like this, and honestly, it\u2019s a bit strange, but I still prefer this method than actually having to have a local copy of your music to direct the game to.

At first I tried quite hard to play it properly. I found the controls difficult, the game was too fast and too busy despite me trying both fast\/slower songs and I was generally just getting annoyed.
I was about 95% sure I wasn\u2019t going to recommend the game. I mean, it\u2019s so cheap, what did I expect for my money?

But again, I like the concept of this game. It\u2019s like \u201c1\u20262\u20263...Kick it!\u201d If \u201cKick it!\u201d was changed slightly and wasn\u2019t absolute poo. So I thought I\u2019d stick with it and try some different music. I put a playlist on of songs I like singing too because I\u2019m sad like that and once I stopped caring, stopped trying so hard, I actually started to enjoy the game. Yeah, I die every 30 seconds, but I\u2019m more focused on the music and having a chill little sing-song than I am on the game. After I noticed I\u2019d ended up playing the game I thought initially was garbage for a fair while, I realised that for me this is just a very \u201cchill out and only half pay attention\u201d kind of game, rather than a \u201csuper serious, concentrate real hard\u201d type. I suppose most games of this genre do fall into the kind where you usually have to concentrate a fair bit and really try to stay focused, so I defaulted to that and it didn\u2019t work.

If you buy this and feel the same, perhaps try to let go a bit.
I came around to it in the end and if you\u2019re a fan of the genre, why not? It\u2019s cheap and cheerful.
I also figured out right at the end of my play session that you can change the speed of the game at the bottom on the screen, so if you\u2019re dying constantly like I was just slow it down a wee bit.

Way too long story short, I thought I didn\u2019t like it and it turned out I do. Ground breaking stuff, I know.


TL;DR : It was a bit annoying for me if I tried too hard, I feel like this is a game you need to let go. It\u2019s a chill half-paying-attention type game not a super serious try really hard type of game. Give it a chance; it\u2019s worth the little money its price tagged at. A nice little music-based game you can use your own music in the background to influence.


For more reviews of this genre, check out my curator page The Best: Music Driven Games \u266b<\/a> <\/blockquote>
Controller support:<\/b> Included
Local music files:<\/b> Included
Online streaming:<\/b> Included, play your cloud based music in the background and it'll pick it up<\/blockquote>. Well, my first impression of this game was that I didn\u2019t like it.

The graphics\/instructions at the start look a little \u201cyikes\u201d to me, but I thought, hey, I like the concept of the game, perhaps I can look past me being picky about the graphics.

I read through the instructions, and when it comes to these games, the only thing I am usually interested in is the feature to use your own music. So in the sense of the provided music, I\u2019m afraid I have no idea if it\u2019s any good. I was, however, a tiny bit impressed with the way this game lets you use your own music. Not so much because it\u2019s amazing or anything but rather just something a bit different. It opens up possibility to use a lot more platforms with this game.

In the \u201cStream\u201d section, you can create a play session, then outside of the game you play your own music on whichever platform you want. I used Google Play and YouTube to test it a little and both worked fine. You then go back into the game with music playing and press play on the play session you created.
I\u2019ve never played a music-based game that works like this, and honestly, it\u2019s a bit strange, but I still prefer this method than actually having to have a local copy of your music to direct the game to.

At first I tried quite hard to play it properly. I found the controls difficult, the game was too fast and too busy despite me trying both fast\/slower songs and I was generally just getting annoyed.
I was about 95% sure I wasn\u2019t going to recommend the game. I mean, it\u2019s so cheap, what did I expect for my money?

But again, I like the concept of this game. It\u2019s like \u201c1\u20262\u20263...Kick it!\u201d If \u201cKick it!\u201d was changed slightly and wasn\u2019t absolute poo. So I thought I\u2019d stick with it and try some different music. I put a playlist on of songs I like singing too because I\u2019m sad like that and once I stopped caring, stopped trying so hard, I actually started to enjoy the game. Yeah, I die every 30 seconds, but I\u2019m more focused on the music and having a chill little sing-song than I am on the game. After I noticed I\u2019d ended up playing the game I thought initially was garbage for a fair while, I realised that for me this is just a very \u201cchill out and only half pay attention\u201d kind of game, rather than a \u201csuper serious, concentrate real hard\u201d type. I suppose most games of this genre do fall into the kind where you usually have to concentrate a fair bit and really try to stay focused, so I defaulted to that and it didn\u2019t work.

If you buy this and feel the same, perhaps try to let go a bit.
I came around to it in the end and if you\u2019re a fan of the genre, why not? It\u2019s cheap and cheerful.
I also figured out right at the end of my play session that you can change the speed of the game at the bottom on the screen, so if you\u2019re dying constantly like I was just slow it down a wee bit.

Way too long story short, I thought I didn\u2019t like it and it turned out I do. Ground breaking stuff, I know.


TL;DR : It was a bit annoying for me if I tried too hard, I feel like this is a game you need to let go. It\u2019s a chill half-paying-attention type game not a super serious try really hard type of game. Give it a chance; it\u2019s worth the little money its price tagged at. A nice little music-based game you can use your own music in the background to influence.


For more reviews of this genre, check out my curator page The Best: Music Driven Games \u266b<\/a> <\/blockquote>
Controller support:<\/b> Included
Local music files:<\/b> Included
Online streaming:<\/b> Included, play your cloud based music in the background and it'll pick it up<\/blockquote>. Okay. I don't usually write reviews for games, and when I do I spend a pretty hefty amount of time with them. But this? This needs to be addressed as soon as possible.

This game isn't that good.

It sounds okay in paper, but it fails dramatically in execution. The score system is confusing, the game goes so fast that you can't react to anything (slo-mo doesn't help) or it goes so slow that you get bored. The amount of blocks spawned is ludicrous, even for hard rythm games. I can barely see the very transparent powerups in a sea of blocks that spawn out of nowhere. That bar up there? It's an ammunition bar and not a cooldown bar like I assumed it was. Why not an ammo counter? Why a bar?
The worst part is the song indexing. You need to put your local songs into a specific folder in the local files for the game to index them and let you play them. Rythm Rush did the same but that game at least has the decency to easily link you to the correct directory. This one has nothing saying where to go or what to do for local song indexing. I didn't try the streaming feature, but it sounds like an okay alternative.

Overall, I can say that this is the first musical generation game that I disliked. Please buy something else with your money.. Well, my first impression of this game was that I didn\u2019t like it.

The graphics\/instructions at the start look a little \u201cyikes\u201d to me, but I thought, hey, I like the concept of the game, perhaps I can look past me being picky about the graphics.

I read through the instructions, and when it comes to these games, the only thing I am usually interested in is the feature to use your own music. So in the sense of the provided music, I\u2019m afraid I have no idea if it\u2019s any good. I was, however, a tiny bit impressed with the way this game lets you use your own music. Not so much because it\u2019s amazing or anything but rather just something a bit different. It opens up possibility to use a lot more platforms with this game.

In the \u201cStream\u201d section, you can create a play session, then outside of the game you play your own music on whichever platform you want. I used Google Play and YouTube to test it a little and both worked fine. You then go back into the game with music playing and press play on the play session you created.
I\u2019ve never played a music-based game that works like this, and honestly, it\u2019s a bit strange, but I still prefer this method than actually having to have a local copy of your music to direct the game to.

At first I tried quite hard to play it properly. I found the controls difficult, the game was too fast and too busy despite me trying both fast\/slower songs and I was generally just getting annoyed.
I was about 95% sure I wasn\u2019t going to recommend the game. I mean, it\u2019s so cheap, what did I expect for my money?

But again, I like the concept of this game. It\u2019s like \u201c1\u20262\u20263...Kick it!\u201d If \u201cKick it!\u201d was changed slightly and wasn\u2019t absolute poo. So I thought I\u2019d stick with it and try some different music. I put a playlist on of songs I like singing too because I\u2019m sad like that and once I stopped caring, stopped trying so hard, I actually started to enjoy the game. Yeah, I die every 30 seconds, but I\u2019m more focused on the music and having a chill little sing-song than I am on the game. After I noticed I\u2019d ended up playing the game I thought initially was garbage for a fair while, I realised that for me this is just a very \u201cchill out and only half pay attention\u201d kind of game, rather than a \u201csuper serious, concentrate real hard\u201d type. I suppose most games of this genre do fall into the kind where you usually have to concentrate a fair bit and really try to stay focused, so I defaulted to that and it didn\u2019t work.

If you buy this and feel the same, perhaps try to let go a bit.
I came around to it in the end and if you\u2019re a fan of the genre, why not? It\u2019s cheap and cheerful.
I also figured out right at the end of my play session that you can change the speed of the game at the bottom on the screen, so if you\u2019re dying constantly like I was just slow it down a wee bit.

Way too long story short, I thought I didn\u2019t like it and it turned out I do. Ground breaking stuff, I know.


TL;DR : It was a bit annoying for me if I tried too hard, I feel like this is a game you need to let go. It\u2019s a chill half-paying-attention type game not a super serious try really hard type of game. Give it a chance; it\u2019s worth the little money its price tagged at. A nice little music-based game you can use your own music in the background to influence.


For more reviews of this genre, check out my curator page The Best: Music Driven Games \u266b<\/a> <\/blockquote>
Controller support:<\/b> Included
Local music files:<\/b> Included
Online streaming:<\/b> Included, play your cloud based music in the background and it'll pick it up<\/blockquote>. Okay. I don't usually write reviews for games, and when I do I spend a pretty hefty amount of time with them. But this? This needs to be addressed as soon as possible.

This game isn't that good.

It sounds okay in paper, but it fails dramatically in execution. The score system is confusing, the game goes so fast that you can't react to anything (slo-mo doesn't help) or it goes so slow that you get bored. The amount of blocks spawned is ludicrous, even for hard rythm games. I can barely see the very transparent powerups in a sea of blocks that spawn out of nowhere. That bar up there? It's an ammunition bar and not a cooldown bar like I assumed it was. Why not an ammo counter? Why a bar?
The worst part is the song indexing. You need to put your local songs into a specific folder in the local files for the game to index them and let you play them. Rythm Rush did the same but that game at least has the decency to easily link you to the correct directory. This one has nothing saying where to go or what to do for local song indexing. I didn't try the streaming feature, but it sounds like an okay alternative.

Overall, I can say that this is the first musical generation game that I disliked. Please buy something else with your money.. Okay. I don't usually write reviews for games, and when I do I spend a pretty hefty amount of time with them. But this? This needs to be addressed as soon as possible.

This game isn't that good.

It sounds okay in paper, but it fails dramatically in execution. The score system is confusing, the game goes so fast that you can't react to anything (slo-mo doesn't help) or it goes so slow that you get bored. The amount of blocks spawned is ludicrous, even for hard rythm games. I can barely see the very transparent powerups in a sea of blocks that spawn out of nowhere. That bar up there? It's an ammunition bar and not a cooldown bar like I assumed it was. Why not an ammo counter? Why a bar?
The worst part is the song indexing. You need to put your local songs into a specific folder in the local files for the game to index them and let you play them. Rythm Rush did the same but that game at least has the decency to easily link you to the correct directory. This one has nothing saying where to go or what to do for local song indexing. I didn't try the streaming feature, but it sounds like an okay alternative.

Overall, I can say that this is the first musical generation game that I disliked. Please buy something else with your money.


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