VERSION 2.0.3 WILL RESET YOUR CONFIG WHEN DOWNLOADED AND EXTRACTED ON TOP OF AN OLDER VERSION.
FROM VERSION 2.0.3 AND ONWARDS, DOWNLOADS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT GITHUB ONLY! OLD VERSIONS WILL STILL BE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD ON THE GB PAGE.
FNF: MIC'D UP is a non-profit modification, aimed for entertainment purposes, and wasn't meant to be an attack on Ninjamuffin99 and/or any other modmakers out there. I was not aiming for replacing what Friday Night Funkin' was, is and will. It was made for fun and from the love for the game itself. All of the comparisons between this and other mods are purely coincidental, unless specified otherwise.
This is my first mod that I have ever made that is a source code compilation. I worked on something else before, that is S.A.S.S for SRB2, but that one uses a different coding language. So in conclusion, don't expect something that will completely blow your mind, and rather something neash that would be useful if you need to play something.
MIC'd Up may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Viewer discretion is advised.
This can indeed be used as an engine in itself if you ever want to make stuff inside of it, like weeks or any other stuff. But whenever you're going for that, credit the entire team for this, or we'll steal your kneecaps this instant. We're not joking.
Issues and downloads suck on gamebanana so when you wanna come to download/report an issue, do so at the github page.
FNF: Mic'd Up, previously named FNF: EXR is a modification of FNF that aims for a way bigger experience than you would imagine, while still being a base as a framework for everyone to use, providing with many options to increase your challenge, or perhaps make your game easier. This ranges from new difficulties that you can mess around with to an entirely new FNF modifiers system, that will guarantee you a bigger need of replaying the game, or even more chart types which include One Arrow, Flip, Chaos and Stair.
FEATURES:ALMOST THE WHOLE GAME HAS BEEN REDESIGNED:
That's right! Now the whole game looks way more fashionable, either visually, in programming, or both to be better in many ways.
This is an easier version of what is essentially Easy mode. It's perfect for really young players out there,
It's a harder version of Hard difficulty. This one is recommended after you beat hard mode, if you want a challenge. It's still somewhat possible to FC, but it would be rather, expert.
This difficulty is harder than Expert, but also the only difficulty that should not be taken as seriously as all the other difficulties. It's not recommended at all for new players as you may get confused with this difficulty. It's made to look like charts were made by an insane person while still not trying to be way too much like hellbeats, where even notes go when the music shouldn't lead to. Imagine FCing the majority of charts.
MORE MIGHT BE COMING IN THE FUTURE.
MODIFIERS:These come in a special menu, where everything is. The modifiers, score rate info and some explanation on them. They are ranged from some really useful ones, to outright silly ones. If you pick a modifier after you chose a modifier it doesn't work with, then the one before gets disabled, so for example. You chose perfect and then you choose practice. Practice will be enabled and perfect would be disabled. These save between plays in one session, and will save in different sessions, but now you can even decide to save them however you want, making a name for them. Make sure to watch iyt for easter eggs out there, heheh.
While I would love to include a list of them, there is just way too much and it would flood the page. Nonetheless the game has them explained for you. You just gotta experiment and see what works and what doesn't.
MORE WILL BE COMING IN THE FUTURE.
MARATHON AND ENDLESS:
That's right! New modes have come to the family. Marathon lets you play your own playlist of any tracks of any difficulties, while endless will have you play as much as possible. And btw endless has 2 noticable bugs that were definitely intentional. Yeah...
EXTRAS:- Options menu, where you can change so much that you wouldn't really imagine, ranging from framerate caps, colorblind options, volume options to some big ones like combo+ or accuracy types
- First Time screen, which will warn you about epilepsy and it being a non-profit modification.
- You can save presets with a name of up to 14 characters, of numbers, letters or symbols.
- The dialogue system has been significantly buffed up. You can use it for any song and customize so much about it. Almost everything can be done without any limits.
MOD COMPATIBILITY:Most of the mods should work to a certain extent. Skin mods can work because of the new fallback support for sprites, so you should be fine with using your playable retrospecter mods. Some of the mods won't even be compatible for Mic's Up, like for example executable mods.
Q&AWhy the name?
EX Replayability, as previously named, was meant to be just that. Extra replayability. However Mic'd up has provided with something more to the table, that it doesn't seem worth to hold that title accountable for.
Can I use it for any mods as a base?
It's a framework. Of course you can.
Where's the source code?
It's already there.
Do you plan to do any more with this mod?
Very possibly, but it's up to you to choose what you want and when you want it.
I can't run it on my PC.
This might be because you're running a 32-bit OS. I haven't really tested if it works for 32-bit systems, sorry. Otherwise, maybe it's that you're not running it on Windows. There is no Mac and Linux port yet. If anyone could, please provide OS X and Unix builds.
Also if it's lagging then it's partially on me and on you. Me because it's a little unoptimized, and you because not enough RAM.
Can I contribute to this?
You can send ideas, make pull requests for its source code and all that junk.
Can I make a pull request for this?
Why was v1.0 so "incomplete"?
I may have been way too afraid of that modded files only rule. But then I took it as a social experiment and oh boy how disappointed I am in you people.
- The camera on lofi and hifi don't keep up properly when a song's bpm changes. Will take trial and error to fix.
- Expert and Insane charts suck.
- Tutorial camera do be buggy, it stutters sometimes and only gets worse and worse with each zoom.
1. Download the file
2. Extract all the content somewhere
1. Download the file
2. Extract all the content from EXR into the v0.2.7 build of FNF, not vicewersa
FINAL NOTES:-v1.0 is based on a v0.27 build of FNF.
-This mods also has a new save file which is at "%Appdata%/Verwex/Funkin MU/Funkin Mic'd Up" for Windows users.
- There will be new folders and files at the first launch. Don't worry about them. They're the config file and preset files.
- Look out for any potential leaks out there, heheh.
Now with that out of the way, I hope you'll enjoy this FNF mod. Funk all the way, see you later.