WEIGHTLESS RHYTHM ACTION WHERE NOTES FALL FROM 360 DEGREES
Phigros is an overseas indie music action game where you can enjoy thrilling note-taking. The biggest feature is that notes fall from the top, bottom, left and right, and the player is required to make decisions depending on the situation. Original severe music and illustrations are also unique, and currently, you can enjoy music without charging or advertising. Many of the songs for Japan are also interesting.
THE NOTES ROTATE DURING THE SONG, GIVING YOU A THRILLING PLAYING EXPERIENCE
The notebook is tilted! Rotate! Amazing playing experience! Use touch, flick, long press, etc. to respond to falling notes. The operability is a so-called orthodox rhythm action. However, the biggest feature of this work is that the notes move up, down, left and right. It has a unique play feel, both visually and operationally. It’s surprising at first, but it’s pretty fun once you get used to it.
THE JUDGMENT LINE THAT ROTATES FREELY
The illustrations prepared for each song are also nice. Although it is an overseas music game, the sound and illustrations appeal to Japanese anime fans and music game fans. Above all, the line that judges the sound rotates, and the notes falling (or rising) from the top, bottom, left, and right bring about a unique feeling. “One and only music game experience” (original mom) is not dated.
THE ORIGINAL MUSIC IS ALSO COOL AND NICE
Illustrations with a Chuunibyou flavor are also nice. Most of the important songs are electronic and melodic songs. You can fully enjoy the sounds of overseas creators. Personally, I thought it would be visually flashy and happy if I could see a judgment like “PERFECT!” “GREAT!” I wish there were multiple difficulty levels for the same song.