Music

8Infinity

8Infinity

Windows - Released - 2016

If you change the units of speed and distance for “8”- what will happen? 8infinity (8 infinity). 8infinity (8 infinity) is a dynamic and rhythm game where the player reaches eights “8” - levels of infinity. In the game there are no barriers. If there are any, it’s only the imagination! This game is for everyone who wants to improve their quick thinking and the related skills. Passing through eight is signaled by color, which player must click the correct button: violet or color blue, double color or gray - the most surprising move, where a player can’t touch the screen! The level of...

ABBA: You Can Dance

ABBA: You Can Dance

Nintendo Wii - November 15, 2011

Dance to 26 hits including Dancing Queen, Mamma Mia and Waterloo. The game is a spin-off of the Just Dance series.

AC DC Live: Rock Band Song Pack

Nintendo Wii - January 29, 2009

AC/DC Live: Rock Band

AC/DC Live: Rock Band

Microsoft Xbox 360 - November 3, 2008

Rock Band Track Packs (called Song Packs in Europe and Australia) are a series of supplemental media discs for the Rock Band series of music video games. The packs are developed by Harmonix and Demiurge Studios (earlier packs were developed with Pi Studios), and distributed by MTV Games and Electronic Arts. Harmonix has announced they will release additional discs, containing new songs not in past releases, and have not previously been made available through downloadable content. The track packs are fully functional stand alone games and do not require separate Rock Band titles to play;...

AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack

AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack

Sony Playstation 3 - November 2, 2008

AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band features the master recordings from the best of the band's live performances. The live recording was specially remixed for Rock Band by Mike Fraser. The game features 18 tracks, with more than 99 minutes of game play for each instrument.

AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack

AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack

Nintendo Wii - November 16, 2008

The majestic power of AC/DC is about to be unleashed... and you are in the band! Firing cannons, shattering eardrums and leaving nobody un-rocked, you are there as AC/DC plays one of its landmark gigs.

AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack

AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack

Sony Playstation 2 - November 2, 2008

AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack[edit] AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack Developer(s) Harmonix, Pi Studios Publisher(s) MTV Games Distributor(s) EA Distribution Series Rock Band Platform(s) Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Wii Release date(s) Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2[5] NA November 2, 2008 EU December 19, 2008 Wii[5] NA November 16, 2008 Genre(s) Music Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack (AC/DC Live: Rock Band) was announced on September 29, 2008, and was released for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 on November 2....

Aero Guitar

Aero Guitar

Nintendo Wii - September 30, 2008

Aero Guitar is a rhythm action game where you can enjoy playing the Wii Remote like a guitar. Even if not play the guitar, you can play immediately. Operation is simple. Liken the nunchuk to the guitar neck, it will play waving the remote control to match the music scrolling from the right edge of the screen.

All Star Cheer Squad

All Star Cheer Squad

Nintendo Wii - October 27, 2008

The game follows a year in the life of a cheerleader as they learn new cheers, participate in practices and create their own routines to make the squad and eventually become captain. On the Wii, the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, along with the Balance Board can be used to perform cheer and dance moves. Cheerleading choreographer Tony G of Bring It On fame acted as chief consultant to the game.[

All Star Cheer Squad 2

All Star Cheer Squad 2

Nintendo Wii - October 27, 2009

Players will start out as the captain of the Tiger Squad, leading the team to victory by utilizing an all-new diverse move set that includes real-world aerial stunts, tumbling, formation changes and advanced moves on the Wii Balance Board. Moves can be executed by using two Wii Remotes (similar to We Cheer).

Alvin and the Chipmunks

Alvin and the Chipmunks

Nintendo Wii - December 4, 2007

Alvin and the Chipmunks is a video game based on the film of the same name. It follows The Chipmunks as they play their way from small venues (such as a high school prom or a civic center) to massive crowds at Burning Munk and ultimately Rockathonapalooza. The soundtrack features 40 popular songs, including "All the Small Things" by Blink-182, "It's Tricky" by Run-D.M.C., and "Heartbreak Hotel" by Elvis Presley. The gameplay itself is similar to other rhythm games such as Rock Band and Guitar Hero. Jason Lee reprise his role as David Seville in the story cutscenes while Ross Bagdasarian Jr....

Alvin and the Chipmunks

Alvin and the Chipmunks

Sony Playstation 2 - December 4, 2007

Alvin and the Chipmunks is a video game based on the film of the same name. The game was released on December 4, 2007 and was the first release by short-lived video game company Brash Entertainment.[1] It follows The Chipmunks as they play their way from small venues (such as a high school prom or a civic center) to massive crowds at Burning Munk and ultimately Rockathonapalooza. The soundtrack features 40 popular songs, including "All the Small Things" by Blink-182, "It's Tricky" by Run-D.M.C., and "Heartbreak Hotel" by Elvis Presley. The gameplay itself is similar to other rhythm games such...

Alvin and the Chipmunks

Alvin and the Chipmunks

Nintendo DS - December 4, 2007

Take the stage like a chipmunk! Rock out with the Chipmunks! Inspired by the #1 kids musical group of all time, Alvin and The Chipmunks makes its debut on gaming systems for the first time ever! Players will play as the Chipmunks as they rock their way to the top of the charts by winning the ultimate battle of the bands contest, Rockathonapalooza. Alvin and the Chipmunks features fun music gameplay, popular licensed songs spanning many different eras, and a variety of play modes including multiplayer and more. Get ready to rock until you drop with Alvin and The Chipmunks in a brand new...

American Idol

American Idol

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 11, 2003

Complete with a computer generated Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul, and Simon Cowell, with trademark insults, American Idol is a music-based, rhythm-action game that will allow you to create, style, and train a contestant for the competition. Once styled and trained you'll see your contestant progress through the auditions, various heats, and then, hopefully, make it to the grand final. You'll need quick fingers as you match the right combination of buttons to what's displayed on the screen helping your contestant sing a sweet harmony and dance to the rhythm of the song. Get it wrong and your voice...

American Idol

American Idol

Sony Playstation 2 - November 11, 2003

Complete with a computer generated Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul, and Simon Cowell, with trademark insults, American Idol is a music-based, rhythm-action game that will allow you to create, style, and train a contestant for the competition. Once styled and trained you'll see your contestant progress through the auditions, various heats, and then, hopefully, make it to the grand final. You'll need quick fingers as you match the right combination of buttons to what's displayed on the screen helping your contestant sing a sweet harmony and dance to the rhythm of the song. Get it wrong and your voice...

Amplitude

Amplitude

Sony Playstation 2 - March 24, 2003

Amplitude, the sequel to Frequency, is a fast-paced music game with over 25 levels, customizable avatars, online play with up to 4 players, and remixing. The point of the game is to play the notes to the beat while moving between different musical tracks for each song. When beginning a game, players have a few songs to choose from. More songs and items to visually customize the player character have to be unlocked. The soundtrack consists of songs by popular artists, including P.O.D. (remixed by The Crystal Method), Freezepop, Blink-182, Garbage, Weezer, David Bowie, Symbion Project, Run-DMC,...

Arpeggio Music System Sound Synth

Arpeggio Music System Sound Synth

Acorn Archimedes - Released - 1988

Sound and music synthesiser utility.

Audiosurf

Windows - February 15, 2008

Ride your music. Audiosurf is a music-adapting puzzle racer where you use your own music to create your own experience. The shape, the speed, and the mood of each ride is determined by the song you choose. You earn points for clustering together blocks of the same color on the highway, and compete with others on the internet for the high score on your favorite songs.

Audiosurf 2

Windows - May 26, 2015

Ride your music - Audiosurf 2 is a customizable music game that works with any song! Choose a song, choose a mod, choose a skin - choose to earn the top score! The highlight of Audiosurf 2 (so far) is wakeboarding mode, but there's also classic modes, Audiosprint (party mode), and more to come as both official modes and Workshop mods.

Audition Online

Audition Online

Windows - April 2, 2007

Bad Apple!!

Bad Apple!!

Nintendo Entertainment System - 2009

Bad Apple!! PV-FC 2 is a homebrew NES ROM based on a fan-made shadow art music video for a fan-made cover of the song "Bad Apple!!" from a Touhou game. It uses the MMC3 and a 512 KiB PRG ROM and 8 KiB CHR RAM. It plays 3 minutes and 39 seconds of 15 fps video at 64x60 pixel resolution, using a blocky video mode that puts four pixels in each tile like the Game Genie.

Band Hero

Band Hero

Nintendo DS - November 3, 2009

Rock out as a band anytime, anywhere! Music fans can now take their whole band and play their favorite music on the road anytime, anywhere with Band Hero for the Nintendo DS Lite. Band Hero takes the fun of social gaming beyond the living room and allows families and friends to play together as a band with the DS' built in microphone, the brand new innovative Drum Grip that gives players the ability to lay down beats on their DS Lite and the signature Guitar Hero Guitar Grip® gameplay. This cooperative, family-friendly addition to the Guitar Hero series boasts the biggest set list for a...

Band Hero

Band Hero

Nintendo Wii - November 3, 2009

Brought to you by the makers of Guitar Hero, one of the best-selling video game franchises of all time, Band Hero features the hottest chart-topping hits from everyone’s favourite acts including Maroon 5, Fall Out Boy, Go-Go’s, Janet Jackson, Culture Club and Snow Patrol. Headlined by some of the biggest names in music as in-game artists and playable characters, Band Hero is the ultimate party game where players of all ages will be able to experience the signature, easy-to-learn but difficult-to-master Guitar Hero gameplay. Elevated social gameplay in Band Hero allows fans to create the band...

Band Hero

Band Hero

Microsoft Xbox 360 - November 3, 2009

Band Hero is a spinoff video game as part of the Guitar Hero series of music rhythm games, released by Activision on November 3, 2009, for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii and Nintendo DS consoles. The game is structurally similar to Guitar Hero 5, and supports full band play (lead and bass guitar, drums, and vocals) including the drop-in/drop-out and in-song instrument and difficulty change menus, and additional multiplayer modes as Guitar Hero 5. The console versions use instrument-shaped game controllers, while the DS version uses either the "Guitar Grip" introduced with the...

Band Hero

Band Hero

Sony Playstation 2 - November 3, 2009

This holiday season, the biggest music event of the year will hit living rooms around the world as family and friends come together to ascend the virtual stage and rock their way to superstardom with Band Hero. Brought to you by the makers of Guitar Hero, one of the best-selling video game franchises of all time, Band Hero features the hottest chart-topping hits from everyone's favorite bands including No Doubt, Nelly Furtado, Lily Allen, The All-American Rejects and Jackson 5. Headlined by some of the leading names in music as in-game artists and playable characters, including singer,...

Band Hero

Band Hero

Sony Playstation 3 - November 3, 2009

BandFuse: Rock Legends

BandFuse: Rock Legends

Sony Playstation 3 - November 19, 2013

The game is designed to be a “Pick up and Play” experience for all levels. Complete novices, experienced musicians and everyone in between can enjoy the game. In addition to the proprietary audio engine, BandFuse: Rock Legends also integrates an animated version of Guitar and Bass tablature, a universal form of musical notation, that is extended to add timing information and interactive feedback. The game also features a scored vocal highway design licensed by strategic partner Harmonix Music Systems, as well as a Karaoke Mode for more casual play. The game was released on the PlayStation 3...

Battle of the Bands

Battle of the Bands

Nintendo Wii - April 21, 2008

Battle of the Bands is the ultimate music rhythm game exclusively on Wii. The story is set in a fictitious world gone mad, where bands battle for music supremacy using weaponized instruments. Featuring 30 licensed tracks from today’s hottest bands that can each be played in 5 different music genres (Rock, Country, Marching Band, Hip Hop and Ranchero) with 70 special weapons and attacks. 'Battle of the Bands' game logo Take the fight to the stage Battling on stage in 'Battle of the Bands' Bands that know how to battle. View larger. Band characters from 'Battle of the...

B-Boy

B-Boy

Sony Playstation 2 - August 4, 2008

Whether you're a top rock master, a power move monster or you just can't stop freezing, B-Boy will have you breaking some serious dance moves. Developed in combination with Crazy Legs and DJ Hooch, B-Boy uses a dynamically controlled fighting system to help you battle the best b-boys on the planet. Over the course of an in-depth "B-Boy Life" mode, players build up a crew and battle against real life superstar b-boys including in-game host Crazy legs, the legendary and original b-boy, who worked closely with the development team to ensure the game's authenticity.

B-Boy

B-Boy

Sony PSP - September 23, 2008

B-Boy allows you to battle through authentic Hip-Hop break-dancing culture, challenging the world's best B-Boys on the world's greatest B-Boy stages - and hopefully take home an in-game adidas sponsorship along the way. The first and only authentic break-dancing title on PSP stays true to the spirit of B-Boying thanks to the wireless functionality - giving you the freedom to battle on the move - anytime and anywhere - just as B-Boy competitions were meant to be. Featuring real life B-Boy characters, every in-game move is motion-captured from the experts, including moves taken from world famous...

Beat City

Beat City

Nintendo DS - April 13, 2010

Start a Rhythm Revolution Can you feel the beat? Life color and happiness are being drained from the people of Beat City. Use the power of the beat to prove that rhythm is life and revitalize the city! • Join the Beat: Join a crazy cast of characters as they start a rhythm revolution in Beat City. • Tons of Mini-games: Grab your stylus and Tap, Swipe and Hold along to the rhythm in 20 mini-games. • Hit the Beat: Restore music, color, life and love with the power of the beat. See the world evolve in front of your eyes! • Hours of Fun: Easy to complete, with enough depth and secrets for...

Beat n Box

Nintendo Entertainment System - 2000

Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise

Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise

Nintendo Wii - July 6, 2012

Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians

Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians

Windows - August 6, 2013

Awakened from his slumber, Beatbuddy journeys through lush hand-painted environments on a quest to save his companions and his own immortality. Beatbuddy interacts with the living breathing environment that pulses to the beat of an original soundtrack, aiding him as he unlocks new paths and solves puzzles.

Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians

Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians

Microsoft Xbox One - August 6, 2013

Awakened from his slumber, Beatbuddy journeys through lush hand-painted environments on a quest to save his companions and his own immortality. Beatbuddy interacts with the living breathing environment that pulses to the beat of an original soundtrack, aiding him as he unlocks new paths and solves puzzles.

Beaterator

Beaterator

Sony PSP - October 1, 2009

The Beatles: Rock Band

The Beatles: Rock Band

Sony Playstation 3 - September 8, 2009

The Beatles: Rock Band is a 2009 music video game developed by Harmonix, published by MTV Games, and distributed by Electronic Arts. It is the third major console release in the Rock Band music video game series, in which players can simulate the playing of rock music by using controllers shaped like musical instruments. The Beatles: Rock Band is the first band-centric game in the series, and it is centered on the popular English rock group the Beatles. The game features virtual portrayals of the four band members performing the songs throughout the band's history, including depictions of some...

The Beatles: Rock Band

The Beatles: Rock Band

Microsoft Xbox 360 - September 8, 2009

The Beatles: Rock Band is a 2009 music video game developed by Harmonix, published by MTV Games, and distributed by Electronic Arts. It is the third major console release in the Rock Band music video game series, in which players can simulate the playing of rock music by using controllers shaped like musical instruments. The Beatles: Rock Band is the first band-centric game in the series, and it is centered on the popular English rock group the Beatles. The game features virtual portrayals of the four band members performing the songs throughout the band's history, including depictions of some...

The Beatles: Rock Band

The Beatles: Rock Band

Nintendo Wii - September 9, 2009

The Beatles: Rock Band allows players to perform simulated rock music by providing up to six players with the ability to play three different controllers modeled after music instruments (a guitar controller for lead guitar and bass guitar gameplay, a drum controller and up to three microphones for vocals). Players simulate the performance of rock music by using their controllers to play scrolling on-screen notes.[2][3] For lead and bass guitar, this is accomplished by holding down colored buttons mimicking guitar frets and pushing the controller's strum bar; for drums, this requires striking...

beatmania

beatmania

Arcade - 1997

beatmania

beatmania

Sony Playstation - 2000

The player is a club DJ who must manipulate the controls according to the instructions on screen to win the praise of the audience. Each game consists of a set number of songs of various difficulties, and each song must attain a certain degree of satisfaction from the audience in order to progress to the next. The Beatmania Controller for Playstation by Konami (Sony ID: SLEH-00021) is used with it. It features a keyboard with five keys and a turntable-like platter.

beatmania 2nd MIX

Arcade - 1998

Follow along with the song by scratching the turntable and pressing the keys as the bars reach the bottom of the screen. If you manage to successfully hit each note on-key perfectly, a combo meter will go up, increasing your score. Do well enough by the end of the song, and you can progress to the next level.

beatmania 3rd MIX

Arcade - 1998

beatmania 4th MIX

Arcade - 1999

beatmania 5th MIX

beatmania 5th MIX

Arcade - 1999

beatmania 6th MIX

Arcade - 2001

beatmania 7th MIX

Arcade - 2001

beatmania Club MIX

beatmania Club MIX

Arcade - 2000

beatmania complete MIX

Arcade - 1999

beatmania complete MIX 2

Arcade - 2000

beatmania CORE REMIX

Arcade - 2000

beatmania featuring Dreams Come True

Arcade - 2000

beatmania IIDX

Arcade - 1999

Beatmania IIDX 17: Sirius

Beatmania IIDX 17: Sirius

Taito Type X - October 21, 2009

Beatmania IIDX 17: Sirius is the 17th installment in Konami's Beatmania IIDX series of music video games. The main motif of Sirius's UI is astronomy, as the game is named after Sirius, known to be the brightest star in the night sky. Sirius adds two additional note types to the game, "charge notes", or Hold-me Notes which must be held for their duration, and the "back spin scratch", a type of scratching which must be spun on one direction continuously and spun again to the opposite side at the end of the note. Selected songs contained these features on the location test build. A new "party...

Beatmania IIDX 18: Resort

Beatmania IIDX 18: Resort

Taito Type X - September 15, 2010

Beatmania IIDX 18 Resort Anthem is a music video game in the Beatmania IIDX series of games by Konami. There are some changes made for this series. The song wheel is now circular rather than vertical, similar to the one on Dance Dance Revolution. 2 new modes are presented; Premium Free Mode, a mode where the player plays for 8 minutes as opposed to 2 stages, and DJ Order Mode, a mode which is similar to pop'n music's Challenge Mode, where a player can select missions and earn dollar points. Other than that, all of the game play remains the same.

Beatmania IIDX 19: Lincle

Beatmania IIDX 19: Lincle

Taito Type X - September 15, 2011

Beatmania IIDX 19: Lincle is the 19th installment of Beatmania IIDX series. Beatmania IIDX 19: Lincle retains the basic game play, which is hitting notes that fall from the top of the screen using either keys or disc to be scratched in order to fill up the Groove Meter, which is considered pass if in the end of the stage the Groove Meter is on 80% or above. Backspin Scratch (spinning the disc to one direction and spinning it on the opposite direction on the end) and Charge Notes (holding keys until the end of the note) from Beatmania IIDX 17: Sirius also make a comeback.

Beatmania IIDX 20: Tricoro

Beatmania IIDX 20: Tricoro

Taito Type X - September 19, 2012

BeatmaniaIIDX 20 Tricoro is a music video game and the 20th installment of the Beatmania IIDX series of video games. Beatmania IIDX 20: Tricoro retains the basic game play since the start of the series, in which players hit notes that fall from top of the screen using either keys or turntables that need to be scratched, which will fill up the Groove Meter. To pass on, the player must have at least 80% of the Groove Meter at the end of the stage. Both the two new "innovations" introduced in Beatmania IIDX 17: Sirius (Charge Notes and Backspin Scratches) are retained.

beatmania IIDX 2nd style

Arcade - 1999

beatmania IIDX 3rd style

Arcade - 2000

beatmania IIDX 4th style

beatmania IIDX 4th style

Arcade - 2000

beatmania IIDX 5th style

Arcade - 2001

beatmania IIDX 6th style

Arcade - 2001

beatmania IIDX 7th style

Arcade - 2002

beatmania IIDX 8th style

Arcade - 2002

beatmania IIDX Substream

Arcade - July 27, 1999

beatmania IIDX Substream with DDR 2nd Club Version 2

Arcade - 1999

beatmania IIDX with DDR 2nd Club Version

Arcade - 1999

Beatmania III Append 6th Mix

Arcade - 2001

Beatmania III Append 7th Mix

Arcade - 2002

Beatmania III Append Core Remix

Arcade - 2000

Beatmania III The Final

Arcade - 2003

beatmania THE FINAL

Arcade - 2002

Before The Echo

Before The Echo

Windows - October 20, 2011

Before the Echo combines elements of both rhythm and role-playing games to create an entirely unique experience. Join Ky on his ascent of a mysterious Tower, guided onward by a mysterious girl named Naia. Encounter deadly monsters and ridiculous characters, and discover the grand scheme behind Ky's mysterious imprisonment...that is, if you can survive the journey.

Bishi Bashi Special 3: Step Champ

Bishi Bashi Special 3: Step Champ

Sony Playstation - June 29, 2000

Bishi Bashi 3: Step Champ is a conversion of the arcade with the same name. This time around dancing and feet coordination is key to success as this outing is specially made to be played with Konami's Dance Dance Revolution dance mat. As usual with the Bishi Bashi games, it's full to the brim with random and rather off-beat mini-games that often times pokes fun at Konami's own franchises (such as Track & Field and Beatmania). Most of the mini-games are either of the button mashing variety (such as the mini-game in which the player has to throw a tantrum faster than his siblings to get a...

BIT. TRIP Presents Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien

BIT. TRIP Presents Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien

Sony Playstation 3 - March 5, 2013

BIT.TRIP BEAT

BIT.TRIP BEAT

Nintendo Wii - March 16, 2009

Everything comes from something. We were before we became. From life comes rhythm, and from rhythm comes life. We are beings of information. Everything is a conduit for learning. We communicate in bits and bytes. And we will return to something once we become nothing. After our BIT.TRIP is complete Features: * Classic Arcade-Style Gameplay * Retro-Inspired Art Style * Music/Rhthym-Based Gameplay * 8-bit and Chiptune Music * 4-Player Local Co-op Multiplayer

BIT.TRIP CORE

BIT.TRIP CORE

Nintendo Wii - July 6, 2009

BIT.TRIP CORE continues the BIT.TRIP saga in this retro-arcade-style game. BIT.TRIP CORE continues the BIT.TRIP saga in this retro-arcade-style game. BIT.TRIP CORE adds up to an exciting action/rhythm game that’s best played while zoning out on the tunes and letting the visuals swallow you whole. The experience is inspired by games from the ‘80s, only with a modern twist. The game play is entirely new to the series, leaving the single-axis controls of BIT.TRIP BEAT behind in favor of the ability to control two axes. If the difficulty gets you down, grab a friend and play cooperatively...

BIT.TRIP FATE

BIT.TRIP FATE

Nintendo Wii - October 25, 2010

Ride the vibe to discover where CommanderVideo’s true mission will take him. BIT.TRIP FATE is an on-rails side scrolling shoot-em-up that has CommanderVideo riding the vibe to discover his fate. CommanderVideo will need a little help from the friends he made in BIT.TRIP RUNNER to thwart the Mingrawn Timbletot who has mutated the world into an ugly technological nightmare. Join forces with the Junior Melchkin, CommandgirlVideo, and others to increase CommanderVideo’s power and save the world. Whether you play in single-player or team up with a co-pilot, you’ll have to have a steady...

BIT.TRIP FLUX

BIT.TRIP FLUX

Nintendo Wii - February 25, 2011

The BIT.TRIP series comes full-circle with BIT.TRIP FLUX, CommanderVideo’s final adventure. Grab your Wii Remote controller and get ready for classic paddle-based gameplay as CommanderVideo returns to the source. Whether playing in single-player or in two-player co-op, you’ll be faced with new challenges that will make even the most experienced BIT.TRIPPERS weep. Enjoy new challenges presented within the familiar paddle-based gameplay that started the phenomenon called BIT.TRIP. • New Power-Ups including the Fullscreen Paddle! • New Beat Types including Avoid Beats! • Mid-Level...

BIT.TRIP FLUX

BIT.TRIP FLUX

Windows - June 5, 2014

"The BIT.TRIP series comes full-circle with BIT.TRIP FLUX, CommanderVideo's final adventure. Get ready for classic paddle-based gameplay as CommanderVideo returns to the source. Whether a hardened BIT.TRIP veteran or a brave new contender, you'll be faced with new challenges that will make even the most experienced BIT.TRIPPERS weep. Enjoy new challenges presented within the familiar paddle-based gameplay which started the phenomenon called BIT.TRIP. New power-ups including the Fullscreen Paddle! New Beat types including Avoid Blobs! Mid-level checkpoints! Classic BIT.TRIP...

BIT.TRIP Presents Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien

BIT.TRIP Presents Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien

Microsoft Xbox 360 - March 5, 2013

BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien

BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien

Windows - February 26, 2013

Runner2 is the sequel to the critically acclaimed and IGF award winning BIT.TRIP RUNNER. In the style of the BIT.TRIP series, Runner2 is a rhythm-music platforming game. Players will run through fantastic environments, using brand new moves, to brand new soundtracks as they run, jump, slide, kick, and soar toward the goal of tracking down the Timbletot and thwarting his evil plans to destroy not only our world, but every world there is. Runner2 features 5 exciting worlds, 120 tantalizing levels and 5 death defying BOSS battles! Play as 8 different characters - find secret areas to...

BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien

BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien

Nintendo Wii U - Released - February 26, 2013

Runner2 is the sequel to the critically acclaimed and IGF award winning BIT.TRIP RUNNER. In the style of the BIT.TRIP series, Runner2 is a rhythm-music platforming game. Players will run through fantastic environments, using brand new moves, to brand new soundtracks as they run, jump, slide, kick, and soar toward the goal of tracking down the Timbletot and thwarting his evil plans to destroy not only our world, but every world there is. Runner2 features 5 exciting worlds, 120 tantalizing levels and 5 death defying BOSS battles! Play as 8 different characters - find secret areas to...

BIT.TRIP RUNNER

BIT.TRIP RUNNER

Windows - February 28, 2011

Bit.Trip Runner, marketed as BIT.TRIP RUNNER, is an arcade-style 'rhythm game'. It is the fourth game to be released in the Bit.Trip series of games, serving as the successor to Bit.Trip Beat, Bit.Trip Core and Bit.Trip Void, and as the predecessor to Bit.Trip Fate and Bit.Trip Flux.

BIT.TRIP RUNNER

BIT.TRIP RUNNER

Nintendo Wii - May 14, 2010

RUNNER: The fastest, most exhilarating action-platformer to hit the WiiWare service! BIT.TRIP RUNNER: The fastest, most exhilarating action-platformer to hit the WiiWare service! Race across the moon, kicking down crystal walls and sliding under chomping moon-slugs! Bound through the Robotic Mines and face off against the MinerMech! Dash through the Big City on a quest to find friends and defeat the final boss together! RUNNER is the fourth entry in the award-winning and critically acclaimed BIT.TRIP series. • You control CommanderVideo as he runs, jumps, slides, kicks, and...

BIT.TRIP SAGA

BIT.TRIP SAGA

Nintendo 3DS - September 13, 2011

All six BIT.TRIP games are transformed into 3D, morphing into a single entity called /BIT.TRIP SAGA/. Experience the crushing difficulty of the rhythmic galaxies and ride along the long journey with CommanderVideo as he completes his mission and returns...home.

The Biz

The Biz

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - 1984

Players set up their rock band with gigs, make them rehearse new songs, and hire a recording studio for producing new albums. The player starts out with no talent or money and an agent must be hired in order to better co-ordinate the band. The stage presence of the band and the fanbase are improved with every gig performed. School dances and YMCAs are the first places that accept the player's newly formed band. Real television stations are included: a band from either Swansea or Cardiff would perform on S4C while a local band from Coventry would get promoted on Central Television. Players can...

The Black Eyed Peas Experience

The Black Eyed Peas Experience

Nintendo Wii - November 8, 2011

Get the party started in your living room with the world's hottest group in the world's hottest new dance game. The Black Eyed Peas Experience features chart-topping tracks from the Black Eyed Peas – including the biggest hits that transformed them into a global phenomenon. Perform iconic authentic dance moves designed exclusively for apl.de.ap, Fergie, Taboo and will.i.am. Take the party worldwide and experience all the energy and unforgettable venues inspired by their shows and music videos. The Black Eyed Peas Experience is the ultimate dance game and the ultimate way to keep the party...

The Black Eyed Peas Experience

The Black Eyed Peas Experience

Microsoft Xbox 360 - November 15, 2011

The Black Eyed Peas Experience is a dance game along the lines of Dance Central or The Michael Jackson Experience. You follow along with the dance moves on the screen, like an aerobics tape that judges you at the end. It stars all your favorite band members like will.i.am, Fergie... uh... Anyway, The Experience works much in the same way any of these dance games do. For those of you that just want to have fun at a party, you can jump into any of the songs and dance. But the campaign mode is where you unlock new venues, clothing for your avatar, and learn the different routines step by step.

Blues Brothers 2000

Blues Brothers 2000

Nintendo 64 - November 16, 2000

Start out as Elwood in prison and get the band together for the battle of the bands, which is in less than two days. After saving the guitarist, Cab and defeating the warden, Mac and Buster are waiting to be found in Chicago to complete and reunite your crew!

Blurred Lines 2048

Blurred Lines 2048

Nintendo Entertainment System

A remake of the popular mobile game "2048" but enhanced with the music of Blurred Lines. It is a shot-for-shot recreation of the music video complete with dancing half-naked ladies and music that is very accurate to the original song.

Boogie

Atari 5200

As the name implies, Boogie is not a game but a music demo. This prototype displays the 5200 splash screen while continuously playing a "boogie" tune. The music is somewhat interesting, and shows off the 5200's music abilities fairly well. It's unknown whether this prototype was made simply as a learning tool, or if some kind of music game was being planned.

Boogie

Boogie

Nintendo DS - August 9, 2007

Boogie is a music video game developed by Electronic Arts for the Wii, PlayStation 2 and Nintendo DS. Being touted as a party-game, it enables players to create their character, then use the Wii Remote and a microphone to sing and dance through it. Each song within the game can be performed either as a karaoke or as a dancing game. The game is based around an alien theme. It was one of the first games released in Brazil for the Wii. Although anticipation was high for the game, it received negative reviews.

Boogie

Boogie

Nintendo Wii - August 7, 2007

Boogie is a dance and Karaoke game. Unlike most similar games, which use special pads to control the dancing, the Wii version makes use of the Wii remote. The nunchuck can also be used to control the facial expressions in Strike-a-pose sequences, but is not required. For karaoke, Boogie includes a USB microphone. Each song can be played as a dance or a karaoke game. Players either match the rhythm and pitch, or match the song's beats to dance. Variation and combos are encouraged, as too many similar moves will lower the score. By performing well in the dances, a Boogie meter is filled. When...

Boogie Superstar

Nintendo Wii - October 14, 2008

Boogie SuperStar, the sequel to Boogie, is a dancing and karaoke game. It can be played with either the included microphone for singing or with the wii remote for dancing. Players need to match the rhythm and pitch to sing, or follow a specific dance routine by performing sequences of dance moves and combos to dance. The objective of the game is to work your way to stardom by competing in the star show where you can earn tokens that can be redeemed for reward packages. These contain new songs, dance moves, combos, dance routines, dressing room items as well as style skill progression.

Boom Beats

Boom Beats

Sony PSP - December 7, 2010

Boom Beats is an addictive rhythm game which lets you enter compelling worlds full of club tunes: drum and bass, jungle, dub step, rave and house. All you need to do is tap the rhythm and earn score. Use multipliers, unlocks, special powers and more. Headphones recommended.

Boom Boom Rocket

Boom Boom Rocket

Microsoft Xbox 360 - April 11, 2007

In Boom Boom Rocket, players trigger rockets to the beat of the music while traveling through a 3D cityscape. The better the player times the explosions, the more spectacular the fireworks effects. The fireworks are choreographed to 10 original tracks created by Ian Livingstone. Players can play in single player mode or go head-to-head against a friend on the same console. The game features three modes of gameplay: Normal, Speed and multiplayer head-to-head. Each song is choreographed into three skill levels to ensure that everyone can join in the fun. Successfully chain fireworks to fill the...

Break Street

Break Street

Commodore 64 - 1984

Break Street is a break dancing game. First off you choose a dancer to play out of the four possible options, including the two man team of "Double Trouble". Warm up mode allows you to test various dance moves. Moves are triggered by joystick directions and use of the fire button. They range from simple moves such as the moonwalk to more complex maneuvers such as the head spin. There is a decent variety of moves available thanks to the same joystick action doing different moves depending on whether you are standing or doing floor moves. The main game portion gives you a time limit in which to...

Britney's Dance Beat

Britney's Dance Beat

Sony Playstation 2 - May 8, 2002

Singer Britney Spears is looking for backup dancers for her next world tour, and she wants you to audition. Show Britney your hottest moves by keeping to the beat of her most popular songs, including "Oops! I Did It Again" and "I'm a Slave 4 U." Then, answer trivia questions to prove your Britney knowledge. The game rewards true fans with exclusive video footage, access to more songs, and the chance to dance alongside Britney.

Britney's Dance Beat

Britney's Dance Beat

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 25, 2002

Singer Britney Spears is looking for backup dancers for her next world tour, and she wants you to audition. Show Britney your hottest moves by keeping to the beat of her most popular songs, including "Oops! I Did It Again" and "I'm a Slave 4 U." Then, answer trivia questions to prove your Britney knowledge. The game rewards true fans with exclusive video footage, access to more songs, and the chance to dance alongside Britney.

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