Stepmania

t.A.T.u - How Soon is Now - Stepmania Simfile

Oliver Brown
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t.A.T.u - How Soon is Now

t.A.T.u - How Soon is Now

One of the reasons for my sudden mention of Stepmania will now be revealed: I’ve created some Stepmania step charts for “How Soon is Now” from the album “200 km/h in the Wrong Lane” by t.A.T.u..

The download is available as an smzip file so it should be a matter of downloaded it and running. It contains the steps as both .sm and .dwi files as well as a background image and banner image. It does not include the music file. Although I realise that technically the images are just as subject to copyright as the music I’m more confident about my host not being bothered.

The step files were synced to the music ripped off the album “200 km/h in the Wrong Lane " which is how I suggest you get the file but I’m sure you can work how to get it some other way if you want it. It has all the difficulties except basic although the challenge difficulty may not be possible (I just used the difficult one and applied modifiers) but it’s all fun anyway.

And I know neither of the images are really anything to do with the song :P How Soon is Now - Download (219kB)

StepMania

Oliver Brown
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Think of this as an introductory post into something I may mention more in the future. This way I can just send people here instead of explaining everything from scratch every time :P Ever heard of Dance Dance Revolution (Dancing Stage in Europe)? Well it’s a funky arcade game you control by “dancing”. Arrows scroll up the screen and when they reach the top you press the corresponding button. The really cool thing is a an open source PC version of it called StepMania. Generally StepMania has more features and allows you to add as many songs as you want (assuming you can get the media files and step charts). In fact there are arcade machines around that are actually a computer running StepMania inside a DDR cabinet (which is a little overwhelming to play because of the sheer number of songs available.

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