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A Couple of My Own Suggestions ;)
So I decided I wanted to give some feedback but feel free to ignore it, I just wanted to voice my opionion on the game so far (or rather what the game I've seen.) First of all, the protagonist, she's awesome! I'd love to see multiple animations for each of her moves, without removing the 'twichty' and fast aspect of them, just so the movements don't feel robotic, so maybe slightly diffrent animations for jumping etc. It would also be cool if the levels and backgrounds featured some sort of scenery without ruining the already awesome aesthetic and style the game already has, and for the backgrounds to change and interect according to the music. I feel as though most other games that generate levels depending on music always fall short of the mark when it comes to 'responsiveness' I know it's hard if not impossible to make the game work with every single bit of audio, but it would be awesome if you could really 'see' the ENTIRE level react to every beat, not just the obstacles. I'm sure most of my suggestions are impractical and bad so feel free to ignore them, I just wanted to give some suggestions (although I'm sure you have more than enough!) Anyways, keep up the great work, this looks like a fantastic game that I look forward to playing! :D