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New Generation Rhythm Action Game
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#Skills-based New Generation Rhythm Action Game
#A revolutionary rhythm-game system where you control how to play
#A beautiful world created by the concept-art group SSS #Unlock over 50 songs and over 300 musical scores through the story
#Unique characters bursting with personality and a fully-voiced story with an all-star cast

It is the year 2052 in “”SEVEN’s CODE””, a unified entertainment metropolis where anyone and everyone can enjoy themselves.
A modern-day paradise.

Yuito Kashihara, a high-ranking member of the city’s special SOAT security force, finds himself unwittingly thrust into the trials of SEVEN’s CODE thanks to an enigmatic girl named Aurora. Each mystery only leads to another.
The sudden appearance of seven Pillars. Awakening and Judgment. The idol group HARZiNA, who stand at the helm of gravest of sins. The enigmatic Aurora.
Can Yuito and his allies expose the truth behind this mysterious world?
[Recommended Devices/OS]
– Android 4.4 and above
– Devices with 3GB or more memory

*The game may run on devices/OS other than the above-mentioned, however, compatibility cannot be guaranteed. We do not guarantee the compatibility of the game, nor will any refunds be issued if the game does not operate normally on an unsupported OS. Thank you for your understanding.
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4 comentarios en "SEVEN’s CODE MODDED 2022"

  1. Ethan Medeiros dice:

    I’m not typically into rhythm games or visual novels, but this game was a complete exception. First of all, I wouldn’t really call it a proper visual novel. The story is good for a rhythm game, (I’m actually finding it decently interesting despite hating most anime-game stories) but so far doesn’t have any options and wouldn’t be able to carry the game on its own. However, what this game is is a fantastic rhythm game. There’s a guitar hero like mode called ‘simple’ which might be good for larger devices, and is decent enough. The real game, though, is in the ‘chaos’ mode. It takes the basic concept of tapping on stuff like elite beat agents, executes it well, and adds a lot on top of it. The gameplay is made for perfectly for phones. The game uses 4 different symbols to represent every different possible interaction with a touchscreen, and even uses multi-touch really well. Indicators come in from the sides of the screen so its pretty much impossible to miss beats even with your thumbs covering the bottom half of the screen. To spice things up, halfway through most songs a visual effect will be applied to the screen that will move or slightly obstruct notes. Its nothing special but does a lot to make tracks unique. Presentation is fantastic, music is great(as you’d hope) and the outrun art style might not be for everyone, but I personally love it. Art is consistently high quality and animations are well done. Others have reported performance issues or latency. Using my galaxy S8 at 1440p+ with wired headphones I have noticed none of either. I rarely passed 10% usage on CPU or GPU so I’m guessing performance problems have been fixed. (Good for battery too!) There’s an ingame option to compensate for latency as well, if that problem persists. There’s a good amount of content now- it’ll take me a while to get through it – but I’m already looking forward to future updates.

  2. Gh6lor dice:

    Aight so this game in general is pretty fun.the art style is great, some good music choices and good charting. However the only major problem I have is how I bought the full version and when I go to open the game it still tells me I need to buy it. I’ve tried reinstalling the game to see if that would fix it but no luck.if there is anything yall could do to help in this situation I would appreciate it.

  3. JuR dice:

    The game is great. Great songlist, great concept, great visuals and theming, and lots of things to choose from. But the optimization is horrible…I am on a top end LG V50, so there is no reason it should be running at 10-15 fps even when I turn the settings all the way down…It makes the game completely unplayable because half of my inputs just aren’t registered at that point, and the half that are doesn’t register at the right times…

  4. Joshua W. dice:

    The game used to run super smooth on my Galaxy S9+, and still does to some extent. Due to a broken headphone jack, I play games on my phone using bluetooth, and for the past month or so the game has gotten a lot more stuttery. Ever since I updated to Android 10, notes jitter in both play modes, making it much harder to play well and get high scores. If I play using the internal speakers, however, the problem goes away.

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