Mixed or average reviews- based on 145 Ratings
Jul 12, 2011This game is HIGHLY addictive. It seemed cool on steam so i decided to buy it, not noticing I have discovered a masterpiece in music games. I have never like asteroid type shooters before, but this game creates a amazing spectacle of lights and is greatly influenced in the song. I have a ton of music on my computer so this game is just endless enjoyment and the songs it came with were also very good. One of the greatest purchases I have ever made.… Full Review »
Apr 28, 2011Asteroids + Music of your choice + Steroids = Beat Hazard
What a nice, small game (only coming up to around 40mb on the HD).
If you're looking at a large campaign game, you wont find one here. This is one of them "I need a quick crack on Beat Hazard" moments ... or maybe "I need something to do for 10 minutes"
If there was something similar, it may be put beside Stardust (on the Amiga), just, in short manic bursts.
The great thing about this one is that you can add any music from your library (mp3 / wma) and play. If you actually make your own tunes, how about playing em in a game? ^-^/
You could for example have a lil competition with your friends to see who can get the best score on a song you like- or something.
As said before, it is a short-lived game, as there is no campaign, there are also only a few types of enemy.... The "upgrades" you get are in game power-ups, once the song finishes you start from 0. If they would have included a campaign / story mode where you could upgrade your ship somehow, (think Gradius, or maybe Transplant (Amiga) and then add a few extra baddies... perrrfect!
Ah, there is also a simultaneous two player mode which I haven't tried yet cos the wife doesn't like the games and I have no friends ;(
+ Graphics MANIC FLASHY FLASHNESS
+ Music BEATS HARD AND LOUD!
+ Play YOUR music
- No campaign
- Short lived… Full Review »