The 11 most popular dancing line games in the Scratch community.
This is another simple but very addictive game. I love these games. When you start, the dots move and become a line. You press the spacebar at the right timing to make 90-degree turns to avoid falling off the foothold and reach the goal. It’s up to you whether you play using your eyes, ears, or your memory. It’s addictive and makes you want to keep replaying it. The course length is just right, and so is the difficulty level, it’s just right.
The gameplay is very simple! Make sure the red ball doesn’t fall off the purple path by timing your turns according to the music. All you need is the spacebar! Will you watch and turn based on visuals, or listen to the music and turn accordingly? Choose the way that’s easiest for you to play! It might be a bit difficult at first, but as you get used to it, the game becomes increasingly addictive and enjoyable!
You can easily control the direction of the ball with just a single press of the spacebar, so the operation is not difficult at all. The ball’s speed is not slow, but it’s all about timing. When a zigzag path appears in front of you, you can change the ball’s direction along the path by pressing the spacebar. I think this is the easiest timing game I’ve ever played. Therefore, I believe it’s a game that can be enjoyed by people who are not good at timing games and those who are younger in age.
This stage features narrow paths where you must use the spacebar to change direction and avoid falling off the road, as well as moving obstacles that create even tighter spaces. It requires precise directional changes, but mastering the timing can stimulate your brain. This stage is particularly recommended for those who want to train their “timing” skills. It might be more suitable for intermediate to advanced players rather than beginners. This stage is perfect for those who have completed the series and want to try a more challenging level.
Press the spacebar to start. In this stage, the paths are constantly moving, making it impossible to predict which paths will connect and in which direction they will form. You have to change direction by pressing buttons while making predictions. This not only trains your reflexes but also strengthens your concentration as you visually track the next path. Among various stages, this one is particularly entertaining and offers a stable level of fun.
The music is upbeat and catchy^^
There’s a path created along with the rhythm of the song, so if you follow the music, it will lead you to a nice place.
This stage is designed with some narrow paths at the beginning, but there are relatively few complicated parts, making it an easy stage for beginners to tackle.
If you fall, the music stops and you’ll return to the starting point of the game.
There’s no game over no matter how many times you try, so feel free to challenge yourself and aim for the goal.
There are several stages in this series, but this time the stage featured calm music, allowing for a more relaxed experience. I didn’t think the stage was particularly complex. Unlike other stages where it’s common to accidentally drop the ball when playing for the first time, the paths are wide here, making it possible to avoid dropping the ball even if the timing to change the ball’s direction is slightly off. I believe this stage is easy for beginners as well. Since the controls consist of only the spacebar, you can quickly learn how to play. Give it a try!
Once the game starts with the spacebar, music begins to play as well. The music stops when you fall off the line, so I kept trying multiple times because I wanted to keep listening to the music. Although I found the intricately winding path challenging, thankfully, in this stage, there was a red line indicating “This is the path you are currently following.” Due to this helpful feature, I was able to clear the difficult, winding paths within a few attempts.
Start the game with a spacebar or mouse click. As you progress, the path will curve, so make sure to bend your direction along the path to avoid falling off. This is a timing game, perfect for those who love timing games or have never tried one before. It’s beginner-friendly and can be played with just one button. The beginning is a straight line, and there is plenty of time before the first curve, allowing you to advance without rushing.