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Music-Powered Beat ’em Up Game TERRORHYTHM Releases This Week

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A new rhythm-based action game will be releasing this week courtesy of Moscow-based indie developer EvilCoGames. TERRORHYTHM, much like similar games such as Crypt of the Necrodancer, bases its beat ’em up gameplay on the rhythm of the music played.

In the middle of the 25th century the world has plunged into a totalitarian system of sound isolation that made the world absolute muted. In the world where silence is the only antheM, you should break the law to bring back the sound and the music to humanity.

The visual style of the game is very cyber-punk and reminds me of a similar style used in Furi, while the beat-based action looks similarly intense. Beyond using the music provided within the game, there is also a custom music mode for players to import and use their own music to play through the game’s multiple difficulty levels. EvilCoGames also promises future music-based achievements and rank challenges., as well as additional improvements.

TERRORHYTHM is currently in Early Access on Steam, and fully releases on April 6th.

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