Edit: Based on comments I’ve been receiving on both YouTube and here, if you’re on a Quest, apparently this map will not work for you.
I joked with my friends saying that I’ve found the perfect song if I ever need to complete a demonic ritual in VR what with the numbers ‘6’ zooming past me one after another. On top of that there’s also pentagrams rushing straight into my face.
I’d like to applaud the thought put into the walls. I can’t imagine how much time was put into making that pentagram look good (and it paid off).
Pattern quality was poor but I’m not sure if it was on purpose to represent the chaotic nature of it. It’s not too awkward to play to say the least. It felt like there was a vision block by the bombs around 2.22 if you don’t avoid the bombs right the first time. Notes are also notoriously clumped together so if you miss a whole strike you might just fail the song since there are more than 3 notes in what would normally look like a 3-across. Like what Milén said in the user comments below, the ending seems rather impossible if you don’t know how to go about it. (Hint: Hit it directly in the middle. You can see that there were no misses at the end in the video below.)
All in all, if you are expecting for it to be a visually comfortable map, you are going to be sorely disappointed. However, if you came here for the walls, enjoy!
*Docked points for readability, flow, and pattern quality. Full points for level design on account of the walls as pattern quality would cover the ‘note placements’/’pattern’ part that would normally be judged under overall level design. However, given the nature of the map, I’d say the ratings here are irrelevant and it is entirely up to your personal preferences.
Rip and tear
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