Spin Rhythm XD, the intergalactic rhythm game with the juiciest beats in the universe from Super Spin Digital, drops action-packed gameplay and dope beats on Steam Early Access for Windows and Mac, with a complete Nintendo Switch version launching in 2020.
Live out DJ fantasies with an intuitive virtual MIDI controller. Start simple by spinning and tapping the digital turntable to match colored notes as they form and shift with the music, then learn advanced techniques like sustains, free spins, and beat smashes. Quickly bust out a song with mouse and keyboard for convenience, or embrace the ultimate home DJ experience with an actual MIDI controller. Super Spin Digital is aiming for compatibility with most DJ controllers.
Fifteen hard-hitting exclusive tracks from artists like Panda Eyes, Tristam, Hyper Potions and more are available now. Together with forward-thinking record label Monstercat (Beat Saber and Rocket League contributors), Super Spin Digital will continue to add more songs throughout Early Access.
Soar through a galaxy of beats and drops in hand-designed levels crafted to match the feel of every song. Multiple difficulty levels either pump up the jam or tone it down so players can let the music take them on the journey of their choosing. Daily leaderboards encourage sharpening those spinning skills, and global leaderboards coming shortly after Early Access launch will make it easy to see the best players in the world.
Coming in 2020, Spin Rhythm XD’s Nintendo Switch release will make DJ stardom both portable and accessible, offering multiple input modes including motion controls, Joy-Cons and touchscreen compatibility, and double the number of songs available at Steam Early Access launch.
“Spin Rhythm XD offers rhythm-genre fans the full DJ experience without requiring the mastery of every turntable,” said Dave Curro, co-founder of Super Spin Digital. “Players can hop into a song they like, make it as easy or as hard as they want, and just have fun.”
Spin Rhythm XD is available on Steam Early Access in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Chinese (Simplified + Traditional), Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese. A Nintendo Switch version will be available in 2020.