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Chemical Star - Tsukasa (first public simfile)

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Post #1 · Posted at 2018-12-01 01:32:01am 1.6 months ago

Offline FrozenGlacier
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Last updated: 2018-12-01 10:48am
Hello! I've been lurking around on here for a while. So I felt like it was time to release one of my first public simfiles.

Rated on x-scale as Beginner3/Light5/Standard9/Heavy12

Any feedback would be appreciated!

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tcc3knkcv0jawgn/AADE8tLYO6_SqJK70UDK4VLqa?dl=0&m=

EDIT: Fixed the doublesteps on Heavy, and a few on Standard that I noticed later. Thanks to Gameoson for the critique! (I hope it's a bit better) Also added Beginner difficulty, so hopefully it's more "complete"!

Post #2 · Posted at 2018-12-01 01:47:00am 1.6 months ago

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Alright, so I took a quick look at Heavy and... yeah, there's a LOT of doublestepping and it feels really awkward to play. I recommend looking at these guides to help prevent that in the future:

What is a doublestep? by TaroNuke
Step patterns without doublesteps by xRGTMx
More step patterns by xRGTMx**
Even more step patterns by xRGTMx**

Always make sure you playtest your files, this makes it easier to spot wacky patterns. If you're constantly having to hit multiple arrows in a row with the same foot (or finger if you're playing index) just to avoid facing backwards, that's usually a doublestep and you'll probably want to change that pattern.

Post #3 · Posted at 2018-12-01 06:18:46am 1.6 months ago

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Quote: Gameoson
Alright, so I took a quick look at Heavy and... yeah, there's a LOT of doublestepping and it feels really awkward to play. I recommend looking at these guides to help prevent that in the future:

What is a doublestep? by TaroNuke
Step patterns without doublesteps by xRGTMx
More step patterns by xRGTMx**
Even more step patterns by xRGTMx**

Always make sure you playtest your files, this makes it easier to spot wacky patterns. If you're constantly having to hit multiple arrows in a row with the same foot (or finger if you're playing index) just to avoid facing backwards, that's usually a doublestep and you'll probably want to change that pattern.

Thanks for linking those guides! Yeah, I guess doublesteps are hard to notice when playing spread. Are there any particular sections in particular for Heavy where the doublesteps are troublesome, or is it more for the entire chart?
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