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Rhythm Destruction

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  • Available on PC
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The life of a designer can be a tough one, especially indie creators who just want the public to enjoy their craft, but may not have the means to fully flesh out their ideas, let alone get the word out. Thankfully for the two-man team over at Curious Panda, Kickstarter allowed their brainchild Rhythm Destruction to come to life with the help of fans curious enough to see what a rhythm... Read Review

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