Osu and LoL

  • So, I stumbled onto Osu a few months ago and have been playing it habitually but I was wondering how many of you forum goers also play.

    Hmm, maybe I should do a rank to osu playing comparison.

    osu! -> https://osu.ppy.sh/

    Oh, and feel free to add me as a friend, I always feel so lonely. https://osu.ppy.sh/u/2589594
  • I love Osu! I'm a massive rhythm game player, so I picked up Osu shortly after discovering it. It's fun and super easy to use. The lower difficulties are pretty easy to pick up as well, so people who aren't big into rhythm games have a fighting chance if they want to learn. Also, it's great practice for mouse accuracy.

    https://osu.ppy.sh/u/2081245. Haven't been playing for a while, but I keep downloading new charts for when I come back.
  • I have a Logitech G400, acceleration off. IMO mice are more about comfort than anything else.

    Man, now I'm going to go play. I just picked up a whole bunch of new songs. Anybody wanna play too?
  • Quote:
    Originally Posted by Thing O Doom View Post
    I really do want to play, but will you play osu!mania? I'm so bad at osu! Q.Q>.."""""
    Never played it and don't have any charts -_-
  • Quote:
    Originally Posted by Thing O Doom View Post
    Every osu! chart works with Osu!mania It's like Guitar hero osu with the keyboard and comes with the game
    I thought Osu!mania was its own chart version, like Taiko or CtB? How do I get to it?

    I delete non-Osu! charts from my collection to keep things tidy, so if this isn't the case, I'm out of luck.
  • Quote:
    Originally Posted by Thing O Doom View Post
    On the bottom left the button that says mode and hit mania the keyboard.

    also ctb and taiko also work with osu charts.
    Holy smokes! Let's play! I just opened a lobby called "Tiza's Game"
  • Quote:
    Originally Posted by 3yewy3r View Post
    Glad to have made another successful conversion. And don't get discouraged by hard songs, you'll get there eventually. I remember when I first saw some songs and burst out laughing at how hard they were. A few days later and I'm passing those songs.
    The lower-level learning curve is actually quite smooth, especially if you pick up a couple of songpacks rather than individual songs. Be sure to pick up songs that you like, but also get a variety so you have other songs to switch to when you get stuck. =)