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pydance is interoperable with other dancing games, and can play the popular DWI, SM, and KSF formats. It is capable of playing games similar to Dance Dance Revolution, Pump It Up, ParaParaParadise, Dance ManiaX, and Technomotion. It also implements several unique modes. You can also make your own steps for songs in the .dance format.
Many Playstation to USB (or parallel) adapters are supported for play. If you lack a dance pad, you can also play with the keyboard.
This package does not contain any songs to play pydance with. For that, see the pydance-music package. You may also install your own separate data files (for example, if you own other proprietary dancing games).
pydance for Debian ------------------ Using a DDR Mat --------------- The ddrmat-source package contains a modified gamecon.o driver that supports Playstation to parallel port adapters. Some have also reported success using the Lik-Sang USB adapters. The EMSUSB2 adapter is supported and recommended for 2 player mode (http://www.levelsix.com).
findbpm(1) findbpm(1) NAME findbpm - average keypresses over the length of a song to find the BPM SYNOPSIS findbpm song.ogg DESCRIPTION This script plays a song file (in Ogg Vorbis or MP3 format) and lets you tap along on the spacebar, calculating the BPM (beats per minute) in the song as you go. more»
pydance(6) pydance(6) NAME pydance - a dancing simulator game SYNOPSIS pydance [--filename filename [ --mode mode --difficulty dif‐ ficulty ] ] OPTIONS --help, -h Display a brief summary of command line options. --version, -v Display the version of pydance (and features found, more»
pydance (1.0.3-4) unstable; urgency=low * Apply patch from Luca Bruno to workaround Pygame bug. ( more»
dpydance ChangeLog Legend: + New feature added or made an existing one better - Removed a feature, more»
Required for 1.0 ---------------- Empty "Bugs" section of BUGS file. No crashes or major bugs for 5 more»
This package was debianized by Joe Wreschnig <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Mon, 16 Dec 2002 19:20:06 -0600. more»
See the TODO file for information on what misfeatures have to be fixed.