@Samtasitc I have bought the game, since while I never played the handheld, I was always a fan of boppits and regularly slaughtered boppit extreme and blast.
First, I love the different voices and the colourful depiction of the game shifting on screen as you press the keys, although obviously this isn't %100 necessary to play and mostly I have my screen off anyway.
I do slightly wish there was an alternative sound for when you hit the shifts since the car swirving sound sort of rates on my nurves, and something a wee bit less harsh might be nice, but this is only a miner thing .
More major, is the fact that when the game asks a question, I'm not sure how to respond. For example, when I lost, the game just hung, I assume its waiting for some input or other, but hitting the numbers, letter keys, arrows or enter did nothing at this point and I had to quit with Alt F4 to try again.
The same thing happened when I completed the first game and unlocked endless mode and it asked me if I wanted to go on, I did get it to work this time, but I'm not sure what exactly I hit.
You might consider recording some audio feedback for these situations, EG "to play again hit one" or "to play endless mode hit E"
I also am not sure if high scores etc are accessible since thus far while I've started the thing up and tried out several of the games, I'm not sure what information I'm missing through not being able to read print on the screen (my sight is enough to see colours, but not to do any actual reading).
If you don't want to monkey with outputting high scores, achievements etc to screen readers, or
in built tts you could consider just writing them to a text log which players could check at a later time.
Other than that, great job! It'll be really nice to have some rhythm action games for Pc and I'll be interested to see where this one goes.
Oh, and my Itch.io account is under the name darkempathy.
I haven't done a lot with it other than use it to buy a couple of accessible games, since Itch.io isn't exactly clear about what is and isn't accessible, but for what its worth I've added you to my collection.
With our dreaming and singing, Ceaseless and sorrowless we! The glory about us clinging Of the glorious futures we see,
Our souls with high music ringing; O men! It must ever be
That we dwell in our dreaming and singing, A little apart from ye. (Arthur O'Shaughnessy 1873.)