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BulkyPix Releases Song Rush for Android, a Platform Runner That Uses Your Own Music

Song Rush

BulkyPix, a well-known Android and iOS game publisher, just launched Song Rush onto Android today. The game is a 2D runner, where the levels are created using user-picked music. You can select your own tracks or the pre-installed tracks. The songs are what generates the obstacles in the course, so it adds a very personal feel to the game. 

Using an algorithm to turn your own music into custom-built levels, the gameplay will never be the same thing twice (unless you always use the same song, I’m guessing). I have yet to try a level with death metal, but I’m guessing it could be quite the workout for this poor little character.

It’s free on Google Play, so go check it out.

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  • feztheforeigner

    Maybe it’s just me but I don’t see the music making much of an effect. What am I missing?

  • Lucky Armpit

    Hmmm, might have to check this out and see what some of the music on my phone (Otep, Cannibal Corpse, Testament, Iron Maiden, Acrassicauda, etc.) do to the levels. Love my metal!

  • Raven
    • NoBullet

      Actually the first game that came to mind was Vib Ribbon on Playstation One. It would create side scrolling platform levels with your music cd’s.


  • Bigwavedave25

    aww man, I still can’t put down RUA2!!
    I don’t have time for this yet… Cool concept!

  • Oh man…just found the PERFECT song to play this to!


  • decidedtochangename

    I wonder if you play a Rick Ross song if the game slows way down and becomes extremely simple and repetitive.

  • Daniel

    How is it controlled like what do you have to do to slide vs. jump? The idea of using your music is fun, but on a touch screen, I find runners with ONE button work best if you need to be at all accurate

  • zurginator

    I guess I’ll try it since Stereo Ride stole $10 from me….

  • KenBarnum

    This game is awful

  • inzandity

    I will give it a try with my two or three preloaded songs on my phone. Ever since Spotify though, I don’t put any tracks locally on my phone anymore.

  • JoshGroff

    Mildly interesting, guess I’ll download it.

  • Taylor Abrahamson

    So It’s basically just AudioSurf except in the form of a runner game instead of a Wipeout style racer? I prefer AudioSurf. I just wish it was on Android!

    • MyStroPro

      Agreed – Audiosurf was the first thing I thought of as well. I also feel like they are emulating the Temple Run concept with the chasing tentacles thing.