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Beat-hazard-257665.33667432
8.5 out of 10

Beat Hazard

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Skulb, Metacritic
13 February 2014
  • Summary: One of the most enjoyable schmups available on the PC and a fun way to listen to your music while playing. Solo it`s a bit limited, but good scaling of difficulties and a nice scoring system means you`ll want to improve your scores for example by rifling through your library for the perfect song with which to do the 3-4 minute song high score. If you don`t want to play single songs like this you can try survival or just playing a relaxing casual game without scoring.
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Kassandra, Metacritic
20 July 2013
  • Summary: Shooter game with bright lights, where your music tracks generate your levels. Every music track you play is unique without being random, you can choose your difficulty and push your limits and there is a variety of modes depending on your mood. If it looks kinda interesting to you at first sight, play it, as it will pleasantly surprise you being loads more fun than you expected. What more can you ask than shooting lasers to the rhythm of your favorite music after all?
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BasilZero, Metacritic
2 May 2013
  • Summary: This game is absolutely recommended especially for fans of the music genre, love music and loves shooters. The game is also a great multiplayer experience as you can play all the modes in competitive or co-op (this includes the boss rush mode). You can import your own music or use the built in music or radio stations to give you a different experience each time you play.
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CaKeS, Metacritic
15 January 2013
  • Summary: A very fun arcade game, easy to play for a half hour or so at a time: you can just pick it up and put it down minutes later to fill in some free time if you're bored. Playing any game to your favorite music makes the experience better most of the time, so imagine when the game responds to your music, so you're-in a way-playing your song. It's awesome to say the least.
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Spiralyguy, Metacritic
3 January 2013
  • Summary: This is a fun game for what it does. If you have a music collection you enjoy and aren't bothered too much by ALOT of flashing lights, this is a solid title. It's challenging and it plays all your favorite music. It's hardly something you can play everyday, but if you feel like some tunes but don't wanna just stare at the wall, this thing is great.
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eyEZix, Metacritic
17 February 2012
  • Summary: If you don't like this game you are nothing but a pile of clay waiting to take shape. This game is in my Steam favorites and it's staying in my all time favorites.
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Wordhammer, Metacritic
11 January 2012
  • Summary: This game was recommended while college was not allowing me take part in many video games. The enchanting part that originally caught my attention was the ability to pick it up for three minuets and feel accomplished. This game is highly recommended to any true gamer on a schedule. Now I understand that IGN can not give good ratings to games whose development is not directly placing them in the advertising budget.
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Evecque, Metacritic
10 January 2012
  • Summary: This is a great little game. I love to listen to music and have a lot of great stuff on my PC. I don't listen to it as much as I would like as I am usually doing other things, frequently more than one thing at a time. When playing Beat Hazard I get to listen to my favorites songs while playing a truly fun top-down space shooter that reacts to the music itself. Wonderful experience. HIghly recommended.
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badrain, Metacritic
2 January 2012
  • Summary: Beat Hazard it's a game for a 15 minute break. Don't get me wrong, that's actually an upside! Such productions are not made to engage player for long hours of gameplay - it's not even possible with this one, because of it's overloaded visuals. I would compare it with Audiosurf - that's logical, but those games have very less in common. Of course, your mp3's create levels in both games, but Beat Hazard is a classical space-shooter, like Asteroids.
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scrolfe, Metacritic
1 December 2011
  • Summary: This is a must-have-in-your-collection game. Sometimes I simply crave playing Beat Hazard like nothing else. If you want to listen to must and keep your hands busy, just pop the game open and lose yourself in the music and pretty explosions.
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