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paradise has also been streaming the development process of clone hero, which has been in alpha for about a year now, and the game is still in its early stages, while they are currently working on the beta and the full version.
« if this game ever comes out, it will be the best game of the year. it’s a game for everyone. it’s the perfect crossover game for anyone that’s played guitar hero, rock band or any other rhythm game. it’s for people who don’t know rhythm games and for people who do know rhythm games. it’s a game that’s for the whole community and i think it’s a game that can really make the community grow. »
after nearly 4 years of making it, i finally decided to release clone hero. this is a huge update and the more i work on it, the more i realise it would be better as an entirely new game. the biggest change is that i removed support for the windows 3.1 and windows 3.11 operating systems. this included a new, much improved build system, a new level editor, the obligatory playlist & gamepads, and many more features. i had plans for ways to import the old songs, but these were never completed and ive decided to scrap them instead.
after nearly 4 years of making it, i finally decided to release clone hero. this is a huge update and the more i work on it, the more i realise it would be better as an entirely new game. the biggest change is that i removed support for the windows 3.1 and windows 3.11 operating systems.
these are the most obvious differences between guitar hero and clone hero:
- rocker: midi in as guitar hero, and easily playable through any other program.
- pianist: midi in as guitar hero, and also playable through any other program.
- keyboard: midi in as guitar hero, but with only the four notes corresponding to the notes on the fretboard.
- drums: as a drum pattern, not a single song is available.
- vocal: the vocals are so bad, there’s no way you’d want to listen to them.
as a clone of the original game, clone hero is the ultimate homage to one of the most successful games ever created. but it’s also a lot more than just a software clone – there are many subtle differences between guitar hero and clone hero, which we’ll explain in a moment. first, let’s take a look at the key differences between the two games.
instrument/chord: guitar: clone hero allows you to play it in full, adding further notes to the guitar as it goes along. it also adds a new instrument to the game that wasn’t available in guitar hero. drums: adds drums to your performance. vocals: adds a new instrument to the game, and a new vocal. levels/highlights/full songs: levels: clone hero has all the levels from guitar hero, and adds some new ones. there are also two difficulty settings, normal and hard. highlights: clone hero has all the highlights of guitar hero, and adds new ones. they’re all accessible without having to complete the game. full songs: clone hero has all the songs from guitar hero, and adds new ones. game controls: buttons: guitar hero has a limited number of buttons.
clone hero is a great game, with a lot of potential, however its potential is limited due to the lack of songs. i hope you have fun, and if you do please give me some feedback via the website or twitter.