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Dinglesberry 09-27-2019 08:29 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
started with guitar hero 2 on ps2 back in the day. found FFR while searching up rhythm games, then shortly after learned about stepmania

back in the day I would just play index stream files constantly, didnt start actually being not 12 years old and wanting to improve until i wanna say like mid 2016.

I used to play stepmania files with no jumps enabled, and on judge 1 cause i didnt care, way back in 2007. needless to say I was an idiot and tbh probably still am

edit: story time, back in around 2009, during the FFR blackout when the site literally disappeared, I somewhat lost interest in rhythm games... then one day, I remember seeing a friend in computer class one time, playing FFR on lightdarkness, shoutouts to anyone who remembers that old mirror... im like yo wtf i didnt know FFR was still around, then he told me about the mirror, then I asked him to play vertex beta and he was like "uhh do you mean vRofl?" and im just like nah, the regular one, and he did pretty good on it from what I remember.

I wonder if he still plays, i doubt it but maybe

edit 2: thinking more about it, I maaaay have found FFR because of myspace... remember the old band widgets http://www.flashflashrevolution.com/widgets/ , people used to stick those on their myspace page and whatnot, I feel like i probably found the game via one of a friends myspace but I have no idea

edit 3:
Quote:

Originally Posted by Josemba (Post 4699362)
I loved FFR instantly because it had (has) dimrain47 and other pieces I played on Jamlegend.

shiit, it might have also been cause of this... back when I was younger I was on newgrounds constantly, playing flash games, trying to level up on the site.. I remember in elementary school id come home and make sure to vote on the 5 daily portal votes to get my xp points lol



apparently I only got to level 9 tho lol, even so it was fun times.. I remember being super into the audio portal, and loved dimrain47, paragonX, and all those other obscure newgrounds artists lol... good times (I actually have an animation I made that won "turd of the week" on newgrounds because it was like 1.47/5 rating lul, but I sure as hell am not gonna post my username, my forum posts from back then are waaaay too cringy, realizing it now it shows my global rank in the pic but i doubt that lets you find anything and even if it does I don't really care that 10 year old me was an idiot its sort of to be expected way back then)

Dinglesberry 09-27-2019 08:36 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
tfw wrote my entire life story

tosh 09-27-2019 08:39 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
Shortly after my nephew was born, I went to visit my brother and his girlfriend. There, they had one of the DDR games for the PS2 and a foam dance mat. I got frustrated trying to play legit, so I started using my hands on the pad.

My brother's girlfriend watched me do this for a couple of minutes then showed me FFR.

Shadow_God_10 09-27-2019 09:02 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
I saw some guy playing DDR one day back when I was 13 at an arcade. I came home and searched up DDR simulators and happened upon this website. I've been here ever since!

mellonxcollie 09-27-2019 09:03 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
DDR would have been my first, we had a machine at the local movie theatre. I got here a long ass time ago when my friend from Neopets who knew I liked DDR told me about FFR

EppuJoloZ 09-27-2019 10:43 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
Stepmania got me into rhythm games first, in 2015.
I actually found this site sort of by accident XD... I was bored at school, and started looking for a stepmania alternative that you could actually play online, since I didnt want to install like 200MB of songs to my school computers lol.

And then I found FFR. And here I am now :P

inDheart 09-27-2019 11:52 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
dai brought me here so i guess here

before that i knew about a collection of dancing onigiri charts from a raocow video that's gotta be over a decade old now, but not that i could understand anything about the community behind those so it doesn't really seem worth counting

LaZboy77 12-7-2019 10:24 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
Guitar Hero was my first rhythm game. I was only borrowing it though, so we had to return it. After that I found a lite version of FFR on miniclip (I think). The rest is pretty much history, though now I've returned to Guitar Hero with Clone Hero since late '18.

icontrolyourworld 12-18-2019 10:51 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
DDR on PS2, then i saw vegargarddd's dragonforce fury of the storm video shortly after discovering dragonforce for myself. I wondered how the fuck is dragonforce on DDR, found FFR first and found the file on the FFR simfile database, then got stepmania shortly after.

I'm here because of dragonforce, but stayed because i love everyone here :)

Moria 12-18-2019 11:19 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
I feel like this thread has happened a few times but the answers the same, I started off with GH3 and Frets on Fire. Early highschool and plastic instrument parties, fond memories!

Edit: >.> looks at page 1

woops

flashflash account 12-19-2019 02:24 AM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
Arcade ddr and guitar hero 3
Came here for twg (thanks nakah)

ilikexd 12-19-2019 02:30 AM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
12 year old me played DDR then googled "ddr for fingers" and stumbled here (and then forgot about it for 10 years).

psychoangel691 12-19-2019 03:23 AM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
I'm too senile to remember.

My bother was the one who showed me FFR and he was really into DDR so I guess it was kinda DDR.

Not devonin 12-19-2019 12:53 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
I played DDR for the first time in University, was told about Stepmania, installed it long enough to go "Having to find and download packs to have songs is dumb I wonder if there's something else" and found FFR

XelNya 12-19-2019 01:46 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
My sister showed me the game and website.

Then my dumb ass stayed.

Funnygurl555 12-19-2019 07:37 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
but is your sister hot?

Dinglesberry 12-19-2019 07:40 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Funnygurl555 (Post 4705783)
but is your sister hot?

lmao

Lycostria 12-19-2019 09:27 PM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
I was in middle school and I found 2 students playing FFR on one of the computers in the computer lab. I was interested and asked them about it and they showed me the site. It then became something other students in the school became familiar with while we played.
I remember watching a video on someone making 200+ combos on Delirium and thought that was impossible for anyone to do haha.

Blozheadz78 12-20-2019 11:50 AM

How i got here
 
I didnt come from any rhythm game I was just browsing rhythm games for browser and then i found this!

SpaceGorilla 12-20-2019 11:56 AM

Re: Which Rhythm Game are you from? and how did you get here
 
i come from sm5 alpha after smo folk introduce me to ffr and i still hate ffr


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