STORE COMMUNITY ABOUT SUPPORT
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While difficulty doesn't have a direct effect, it can affect score indirectly.
For example, playing on easy will give you fewer obstacles, but will give you more time to dance, which can give a lot of score. At least 2,000 per dance.
And playing on Hard you get a lot more obstacles, but not much time for dancing. People have expressed opinions that playing either way can give more score depending on the level.
Hey Maxtasy, the loops are tricky to record score from, so I'm not sure how they work really. I've been meaning for a long time to attempt to record some kind of score values from loops.
And I need to get those loops up. I'm having trouble working out exactly how many points you get per spacebar press. I'll get there sometime though.
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