#1Guren No Yumiya
Guren No Yumiya is a song by Linked Horizon, a Japanese band, and serves as a beatmap for the free and open-source rhythm game named osu!. The game is developed by independently by Dean Herbert.
Cookie-Butter-Choco-Cookie is a beatmap for osu!, an open-source free-to-play game developed by Dean Herbert. The song is performed by PIKOTARO with collaboration from Japan's Sesame Street.
Yuima-ru World is an osu! beatmap, mapped for the game by Fycho on May 2016. Despite the beatmap's innocent-looking icon, it boasts a success rate of 12.6%, as well as having a totaly view count of more than 13 million.
WHAT'S THE MEANING
Rhythm games are what people would normally call video games that centers its whole gameplay mechanic on following a specific beat, music, or, as the name suggests, rhythm.
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that the first rhythm-based game was essentially created during the early 1970s? Developed by the Kansai Seiki Seisakusho Co., KASCO for short, the game didn't really have a title. It was released in Japan as an electro-mechanical arcade game and was implied to be inspired by those old Oh! Mouretsu commercials, according to former-KASCO employee Kenji Nagata.
While the most well-known games of the rhythm game genre usually fall under the singing, dancing, or rock band premise, some rhythm games actually focus on neon designs, flashing lights, and even tribal warfare! Although similar in gameplay mechanics, osu! stands out among the rest as being one of the few independently published and developed, open-source, and free-to-play rhythm games that grew in popularity. Basically, a beatmap is what the game names its stages, consisting of a song and a variety of hit objects placed in time with the music. Beatmaps usually consist of real songs by different artists, usually "mapped" into the game individually or in the form of beatmap packs by its dedicated playerbase.
Senbonzakura is a song by Hatsune Miku, a Japanese vocaloid and was mapped for osu! by NatsumeRin. This beatmap's normal mode has a success rate of 40.4% and has been viewed for over 13 million times.
Black Rover is a song by Vicleblanka and was used as the OST for an anime of the same name. This song was mapped for osu! by Sotarks and has over 12 million plays as of 2018.
Despacito ft. R3 Music Box by Will Stetson is an osu! beatmap song submitted by Sotarks in June 2018. It has garnered over 9 million plays. The normal mode by akitoshi has a 47.8% success rate.
Bad Apple!! is a song by Masayoshi Minoshima feat. nomico that was mapped by ouranhshc for osu! It has been played for more than 12million times. The easy difficulty has as 52% success rate, and it also has a map for the taiko mode.
#8Don't Say Lazy
Don't Say Lazy is a song by Yoko Hikasa, which was used in the anime K-On! played by an all-girl high school banned called Houkago Tea Time. The beatmap for osu! was submitted by Dangaard and has gained over 7 million plays.