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Added:Aug 20, 2015
Updated:Jul 8, 2017
Package Author: ptitSeb

opsu! is an unofficial open-source client for osu!, a rhythm game based on popular commercial games such as Ouendan and Elite Beat Agents. It is written in Java using Slick2D and LWJGL, wrappers around the OpenGL and OpenAL libraries.

opsu! runs on Windows, OS X, and Linux platforms. A libGDX port additionally supports Android devices.
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Here is Opsu!, an open source client for osu!

It's a rhythm game, using Java and OpenGL/OpenAL.

You will need the java.pnd for it to run.

On first run, the songs you download will not get register. it will work after a restart of the game.

History log
build 10
* Now using 192MB of memory (instead of 160MB)
* Some additional engine changes from @elvissteinjr

build 09
* Using 0.16.0 sources
* lots of changes for Pandora from @elvissteinjr:
- Fixed freezing on exit
- Fixed restarting not working. Opsu! now writes a .opsu_restart file into appdata and the runscript starts the game again if it exists
- Fixed out of memory exception on results screen on CC Pandoras
- Fixed main menu buttons not responding to clicks
- Reduced resolution of the results screen performance graph to 0.1x
- Rewrote slider rendering to be a lot faster
- Added the following options to allow balancing looks and performance better:
"Texture filter" /"Show/Hide Game animations" / "Show/Hide Healthbar" / "Show/Hide HUD"
- Re-addded 60 fps frame-limit option
- Added port authors to the about author string
- Disabled listing of the follow options since they're unsupported:
"Disable Updates" / "Enable Videos" / "Experimental Sliders"
- Removed alpha transparency on the options overlay

build 08 and earlier: see main thread

A thread is open here: http://boards.openpandora.org/topic/18421-opsu/
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28/08/2015 21:48 UTC
Nice port. Couldn't find a problem:-)
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