So, with a suitably silly moniker and band name selected you’ll set about auditioning other members for your band, using the meager amount of cash provided to you at the start of the game. Of course, you have to take into account things such as each performer’s musical ability, how good they are at interviews and how photogenic they are (after all, what good is performing the best songs ever if no-one knows about them?) right down to simply how well they get along with other members of the band. Following on from this, you can then get to writing some songs, using the rather simplistic interface.

Just a quick pimp, to let you know I’ve posted a new review here. Take a lookie, and comments are of course welcome.

Soon enough I’ll get around to actually submitting more things properly now I’m a little more back into the swing of things, as it were – let’s just say I’ve had a lot of real life stuff to deal with as of late, not least trying to find a summer job and attempting to organise the last week in July and first week in August!

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5 Responses to Rock And Roll

  1. DuBBle says:

    What’s happening late July/early August?

  2. The_B says:

    I move abode, as it were. From student accomodation halls to a proper house with five others. And a washing machine I don’t have to pay to use.

    The hard part is the fact that between moving from here to there I have a week and a half of being homeless, which could be a problem – hence the ‘stuff to deal with’.

  3. DuBBle says:

    Times are dire indeed, homeless or Hull!

  4. yxxxx says:

    The game demo is stupidly short.

  5. The_B says:

    Actually Cliffski has admitted that that was a mistake, and the demo should have been 32 turns long, and not 2.

    As a result he’s put a fixed version of the demo up.

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