Bit.Trip Beat - Le Bottin des Jeux Linux

Bit.Trip Beat

🗃️ Specifications

📰 Title: Bit.Trip Beat 🕹️ / 🛠️ Type: Game
🗃️ Genre: Arcade 🚦 Status: 05. Released
🏷️ Category: Arcade ➤ Dexterity ➤ Pong 🌍️ Browser-based:
🔖 Tags: Arcade; Pong; Music; Sound; Rhythm; Action; Pixel Art; Retro; Minimalist; Casual; Short; Difficult; Retro; Mouse Only; 4 Player Local 📦️ Package Name:
🐣️ Approx. start: 📦️ Arch:
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🏛️ License type: Commercial 📦️ RPM:
🏛️ License: Commercial 📦️ AppImage:
🏝️ Perspective: Third person 📦️ Snap:
👁️ Visual: 2D Side-scrolling 📦️ Flatpak/Athenaeum:
⏱️ Pacing: Real Time ⚙️ Generic bin.:
👫️ Played: Single 📄️ Source:
🎖️ This record: 5 stars 📱️ PDA support: ✓
🎖️ Game design: 👫️ Contrib.: Goupil & Louis
🎰️ ID: 10185 🐛️ Created: 2012-08-25
🐜️ Updated: 2021-11-07

📖️ Summary

[fr]: Un mélange de jeu de rythme et de pong/squash dont les balles produisent une note de musique au contact de la raquette et des murs, cette note participant à la complexité de la bande son. Les balles arrivent en flux depuis la droite de l'écran, le joueur doit tenter de les atteindre de sa raquette située à gauche pour compléter les bandes sons qui augmentent en complexité, le tout requérant de bons réflexes. Le jeu s'achève si trop de balles sont manquées. [en]: Inspired by classic games in every way. Get sucked into a whole new world of sight and sound as you juggle beats and ride the vibe in this modern look at the beginning of it all.

🎥️ Videos

🕹️ Gameplay [en] / [en] / [fr] : (202xxx), (202xxx), (202xxx),

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🛠️ Technical informations
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🐘 Social
Devs (Choice Provisions [fr] [en]) : [Site 1 2] [twitter] [YouTube] [Interview 1 2]
Game : [Blog] [Forums] [twitter] [YouTube]

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[Wikipedia (Bit.Trip) [fr] [en]]


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📕 Description [fr]

Un mélange de jeu de rythme et de pong/squash, par le studio Choice Provisions (ex Gaijin Games).
Il utilise le moteur Atrophy.


Bit.Trip Beat est un mélange de jeu de rythme et de pong/squash dont les balles produisent une note de musique au contact de la raquette et des murs, cette note participant à la complexité de la bande sonore.
Les balles arrivent en flux depuis la droite de l'écran, le joueur doit tenter de les atteindre de sa raquette située à gauche de l'écran afin de compléter les bandes sonores qui augmentent en complexité, le tout requérant de bons réflexes. Le jeu s'achève si trop de balles sont manquées, des bonus et boss viennent émailler son gameplay.



🌍️ Wikipedia:

Bit.Trip Beat est un jeu vidéo de rythme développé par Gaijin Games et édité par Aksys Games. Il est disponible en téléchargement sur Wii via la plate-forme de téléchargement WiiWare depuis 2009 et depuis 2010 sur Steam. Il s'agit du premier jeu de la série Bit.Trip.

Système de jeu

Le gameplay du jeu est grandement inspiré de Pong, un jeu d'arcade sorti en 1972. Le joueur prend le contrôle d'une barre qui se trouve à l'extrémité gauche de l'écran. À l'aide de la Wiimote, il peut déplacer verticalement la barre, le but étant d'intercepter les Bits, représentés par des petits cubes, qui vont de la droite vers la gauche de l'écran. Ainsi, le joueur tient la Wiimote de côté et l'incline vers l'avant afin de faire monter la barre, et l'incline vers l'arrière pour la faire descendre.

Postérité

Bit.Trip Beat est le premier jeu de la série Bit.Trip. Il est suivi de Bit.Trip Core, Bit.Trip Void, Bit.Trip Runner, Bit.Trip Fate, Bit.Trip Flux et de Bit.Trip Runner 2. Il fait partie de deux compilations, soit Bit.Trip Complete sur Wii et Bit.Trip Saga sur Nintendo 3DS.

📕 Description [en]

From gameplay to visuals to music and imagination, BIT.TRIP BEAT is inspired by classic games in every way. Get sucked into a whole new world of sight and sound as you juggle beats and ride the vibe in this modern look at the beginning of it all.

BIT.TRIP BEAT for Linux is a brand-new version of the critically adored console game and it marks the beginning of CommanderVideo's epic journey of the soul



🌍️ Wikipedia:

Bit.Trip Beat, marketed as BIT.TRIP BEAT, is an arcade-style music video game developed by Gaijin Games and published by Aksys Games for the Wii's WiiWare download service. It was released in 2009 in North America, and released in Japan and PAL regions in the same year. It was later released for the Windows and Mac OS X through the download service Steam in 2010, while Namco Bandai published it for iOS on iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad in both Bit.Trip Beat and Bit.Trip Beat HD versions. Android and Linux versions debuted in the Humble Android Bundle 3.

The WiiWare version is controlled by tilting the Wii Remote while holding it on its side. Players are placed in control of a paddle on the left side of the screen which, much like Pong, is tasked with deflecting squares that are coming from the right side. Each successful hit creates a sound effect that contributes to the background music, which was composed by an anonymous composer at Petrified Productions. A soundtrack was eventually released for the game's music, including some songs by micromusican Bit Shifter who composed the Title Screen and Credits music.

Since its release, Bit.Trip Beat received generally positive reception, holding an 80 and 80.15% from Metacritic, respectively. Wired named it the fifth best Wii game of 2009, while IGN named it the eighth best WiiWare game. The most common praise for it was what multiple reviewers describe as addictive gameplay, stylish visuals, and a great soundtrack. However, certain reviewers criticized its short game length and high level of difficulty. It has spawned five sequels since, including Bit.Trip Core, Bit.Trip Void, Bit.Trip Runner, Bit.Trip Fate, and Bit.Trip Flux; with the exception of Flux, which plays as a reversed version of Beat, each game has a unique gameplay style to the last.

Gameplay

Bit.Trip Beat puts players in control of a paddle that reflects differently sized and coloured beats, similar to Pong, as they come from the right side of the screen toward the left. It is controlled by holding the Wii Remote sideways and tilting it toward and away from the player to make the paddle go up and down. Gameplay takes place in one of three different phases: Transition, Descent, and Growth, with each phase more difficult than the last. Before each phase a cutscene of the character Commander Video is shown. Phases are split into several parts, with each part ending with multiple rainbow-coloured beats. At the end of each phase is a boss. Either through getting a game over or beating the phase, players will then have their final scores tallied.

When the beats collide with the paddle, they make a noise, contributing to the background music. Each successful deflection earns players a set score. Beats may also move in strange patterns, such as beats that bounce back after being deflected or beats that pause for a moment. If the paddle misses a beat, it will deplete a meter on the lower screen slightly; if the meter is completely depleted, the background will change to black and the beats and paddle white. If the meter depletes again, players will lose and have to start the phase over. In order to get out of this, players must fill up a meter at the top of the screen before the lower meter empties again, bringing them to normal. If players fill it up again, it will bring them into a new style, where the music, graphics, and sound effects are changed, with the score per each successful deflection doubled. Each time the meter is filled up at this point, the score multiplier increases.

Special beats will, if hit, modify players' paddle temporarily in some way; some will make the paddle tiny, rewarding players for meeting a threshold of beats hit while in this form, or doubling paddles to prepare players for a sequence of beats that cannot be hit without two paddles. If the lower meter empties on this screen, players will return to the normal mode. Bit.Trip Beat also features a multi-player mode, allowing anywhere from two to four players to play cooperatively, all paddles working together to deflect the beats. The four player mode modifies the paddles to make them smaller to prevent the game from becoming too easy.

The iOS release of Bit.Trip Beat has several new features. This includes leaderboards, downloadable levels based on other titles in the Bit.Trip series, achievements, and the ability to either use the built-in accelerometer or the iOS series' touch screens. Its multi-player mode allows for both off and online multi-player. Similar to the iOS version, the Windows and Mac OS X versions feature leaderboards and achievements. This version adds an easy mode and the ability to post high score data to either Facebook or Twitter.