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Rhythm

Category Tier-2 Genre

Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Rhythm, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.49
96% 71,633 votes
8.47
98% 8,151 votes
8.35
97% 6,365 votes
8.32
97% 3,361 votes
8.31
97% 3,655 votes
8.26
96% 5,009 votes
8.21
95% 7,253 votes
8.11
95% 2,762 votes
8.09
94% 3,775 votes
8.05
96% 1,113 votes
8.02
95% 1,225 votes
8.02
93% 4,495 votes
8.01
89% 107,173 votes
7.99
91% 10,378 votes
7.98
97% 398 votes
7.98
92% 3,964 votes
7.94
94% 1,125 votes
7.86
88% 24,952 votes
7.86
92% 1,412 votes
7.86
94% 742 votes
7.85
98% 171 votes
7.84
98% 147 votes
7.81
93% 630 votes
7.80
89% 5,311 votes
7.79
89% 5,859 votes
7.76
91% 1,469 votes
7.75
92% 577 votes
7.74
88% 5,397 votes
7.71
92% 468 votes
7.70
94% 212 votes
7.70
97% 102 votes
7.69
93% 286 votes
7.68
100% 53 votes
7.65
94% 206 votes
7.63
94% 177 votes
7.62
87% 4,962 votes
7.60
87% 3,124 votes
7.59
87% 2,295 votes
7.57
96% 76 votes
7.54
95% 94 votes
7.53
86% 3,860 votes
7.53
98% 47 votes
7.49
86% 2,277 votes
7.49
90% 307 votes
7.48
92% 148 votes
7.45
88% 567 votes
7.45
95% 60 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Rhythm is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Rhythm, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Casual 64%
  2. Action 59%
  3. Indie 54%
  4. Singleplayer 54%
  5. Music 39%
  6. 2D 38%
  7. Colorful 34%
  8. Arcade 33%
  9. 3D 24%
  10. Cute 22%
  11. Adventure 20%
  12. Atmospheric 18%
  13. Simulation 18%
  14. VR 17%
  15. Difficult 16%
  16. Relaxing 16%

The Rhythm tag refers to games that are centered around the sense of rhythm and require players to interact with the game in time with a musical beat or rhythm. These games often feature gameplay mechanics that involve pressing buttons, tapping on-screen prompts, or performing specific actions in sync with the music.

In rhythm games, players are typically presented with rhythmic cues such as notes, beats, or patterns that they need to follow. The goal is to accurately time their inputs and match the timing of the music. These inputs can range from simple button presses to complex sequences that require quick reflexes and precise timing.

Examples of popular rhythm games include:

  • Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) In this arcade-style game, players step on pressure-sensitive arrows on a dance pad according to on-screen prompts while following along with energetic music.
  • Guitar Hero This console game simulates playing a guitar by requiring players to press buttons on a controller in time with colored notes scrolling down the screen corresponding to different strings. Alternatively, Rock Band offers similar gameplay but includes additional instruments like drums and vocals as well.
  • Beat Saber A virtual reality rhythm game where players wield lightsabers and slash blocks flying towards them in time with electronic beats. The success of Beat Saber lies in combining physical movements with rhythmic precision.

Rhythm games often have vibrant visuals and intricate soundtracks featuring various genres of music such as rock, pop, classical or electronic tracks. They test both cognitive abilities (timing) as well as coordination skills, making them popular among casual gamers looking for engaging interactive experiences.

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