Very cool. My cup of tea, totally. The A/V sync calibration feature is something I wish more online games had.
Here's something interesting: I first tried it twice, keeping my eye on the "OK/Good/Perfect" indicator kinda like I would in DDR; my scores being 5225 and then 5248. Then I tried it a third time with my eyes closed and focused entirely on the rhythm, and got 5345 -- a pretty substantial improvement, if you ask me. Do you know what a "perfect" score is?
A few suggestions:
- It would be pretty cool to have a "ghost" version of your personal-best to race against, for us lonely single-players.
- The simplicity of the gameplay is one of its selling points, but did you try spicing it up by throwing in "mines" that make you skip a beat, or "jumps" that require you to hit both buttons, or anything like that?
Nevertheless, this is a very slick and polished game.