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Thumper is rhythm violence: classic rhythm-action, blistering speed, and brutal physicality. You are a space beetle. Brave the hellish void and confront a maniacal giant head from the future. Scream down the endless track and crash through punishing obstacles with simple, airtight controls. Hurtle forward, master new moves, reach overwhelming velocities, and survive adrenalizing boss battles. Every crushing impact is interwoven with a pounding original soundtrack. To reach synesthetic bliss, you must go through rhythm hell.
Oh, you. . .! The wait was definitely worth it. And for 19, 99€ you get a really good game with a great soundtrack. But I would personally only hear the soundtrack in the game. br>
Many people probably compare Thumper to Audiosurf, but that's... wrong in my opinion. You see similarities, yes, but with Thumper you don't play your own music, but the music you already have. That is already once the strongest difference. On top of that, mistakes are fatal. You can make a maximum of 2 mistakes per stage, unless you manage to use a special gameplay element to get your 'armor' back. What's more, it doesn't feel like a game, as with Audiosurf you simply generate a route to the selected music. In Thumper the track also makes some music. When a curve appears, you hear it, when a ring appears, you hear it and all the other objects too. This together with the harmonious basic melody results in the final soundtrack. For me, Thumper is more of an adventure than just a ride on the soundtrack. br>
+(23. 11. 2016) Since a new game mode was added, I'll add my opinion here. The new mode is for those who want to test themselves again. After you have finished the main game, the air has been gone, but after the new mode has been added, there is now a part again. However, this does not last very long.
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