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As with any other rhythm games, the goal is to get the best rating through excellent timing and keeping your chain uninterrupted.

ObjectsEdit

These refer to the colored indicators that you need to input at the right time. The game features five circular pads that can be pressed and spun around. There is also a "kick" pedal on the ground for a particular type of object. The pad formation corresponds to the in-game screen on which pad/s needs to be pressed. The upper three pads are blue objects while the lower two pads are yellow objects and the kick object is presented by an art-deco red bar.

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Hit objectEdit

These are colored diamonds that are simply scored by pressing the corresponding pad/s.

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Press the pad to score this object.

Spin objectEdit

These are colored cyclone-like shapes that are scored by spinning the corresponding pad/s.

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Spin the pads in any rotation to score these objects.

Kick objectEdit

This is a long object that is scored by stepping on the kick pedal and keeping it depressed during the duration of the object.

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Step on the pedal (and keep it depressed) to score this object.

Charge objectEdit

These are colored long objects that is scored by pressing the corresponding pad/s and keeping the pad/s depressed during the duration of the object.

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Don't let go of the pads until the very end to score this properly!

Storm objectEdit

These are taller versions of the cyclone-like shapes that are scored by spinning the corresponding pad/s faster than usual. No need to keep spinning the pad/s to properly score the object.

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Remember to spin the pads fast and you don't need to keep spinning the pads to score too!

D-spin objectEdit

These are colored cyclone-like shapes with arrows indicated that are scored by spinning the corresponding pad/s in a particular direction. Spins indicating to the right must be spun clockwise, while spins indicating to the left muse be spun counterclockwise.

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To score this, spin the pads counterclockwise!

TimingEdit

While playing the game, the game will indicate how accurately you have scored the objects.

  • CRITICAL indicates that you have scored the object with precise timing.
  • NEAR indicates that you have scored the object earlier or later than its precise timing.
  • ERROR indicates that you completely did not score of the object by not inputting the correct action for the object.

You receive a CONNECT chain indicator every time you successfully score objects with CRITICAL or NEAR timings in-a-row. The CONNECT chain will be broken if you commit an ERROR, resetting the CONNECT chain back to zero.

RatingEdit

At the end of the song, you will receive a report on how well you have played. All songs of all difficulties have a universal maximum score of 1,000,000 points. Your rating will depend on:

  • How much CRITICAL, NEAR and ERROR timings you have.
  • NEAR and ERROR timings will decrease your score.
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Aim for the highest rating possible!

If you manage to score all the notes without a single ERROR, you will receive a notification of a "CONNECT ALL" rating. This is different from the score rating since this only indicates your capability to score all notes without breaking your CONNECT chain.

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