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Sunday, June 22, 2014

Made By You: F-L-O-W-E-R and more

It's been a while since we last had this section, hasn't it?



Packer returns with a Taikojiro chart! It's F-L-O-W-E-R, originating from Kirby Triple Deluxe, and is the boss battle theme for the third phase of Queen Sectonia, the final boss. Of course, we all know Kirby, the platformer game featuring the little pink puffball himself, Kirby.

Packer's made this chart with a decent amount of difficulty to fit the marching band drums in the song, with simple but moderately long streams to go along with the short clusters that make up most of the song.




Yet another final boss battle theme! Coming from osu!taiko again, we have dialgadu77 with another crazy chart. Tenshi is the final boss theme for DoDonPachi SaiDaiOuJou, a bullet hell shooter franchise from CAVE notorious for being incredibly difficult. The theme is used in the fight against the infamous Hibachi, a mechanical bee.

This fast speedcore song makes for an appropriately fast chart, with extremely fast and brutally complicated streams. If it's still not hard enough for you, though (!), there's an even harder Ura difficulty and a 'Infinite' difficulty, that quite frankly probably shouldn't be played at all.



Bemani gets another representative from Lokamp with Quilt. Originating from jubeat knit APPEND and pop'n music 19 Tune Street, Quilt is a collaboration between several bemani artists: Des-ROW and wac composed the song, with wac doing lyrics, TOMOSUKE on piano, Des-Row and Sana on vocals and PON on drums, hence the strange artist name of Des-Sana+wpt9.

The song sits comfortably at a 7*, with many small clusters to go along with the rock song. (After the above song, it's probably a welcome relief to have something less difficult.)



We wrap up this week with a rather odd song. Apparently, previous Song of the Week Atarimae Taisou is so viral that there's an Indonesian version. You can read more about the origins of this strange song from the Song of the Week article.

As to the chart, it's an easy, relaxing song with an easy, relaxing chart to match. Mapped by AxelHino, the notes follow the piano and make for a slow 4* song. It's the perfect song to wind down your session after playing difficult songs (like the ones above)!

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