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Make ‘Frets On Fire’ Even Better With Mods

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Frets on Fire is a rhythm game from the likes of Guitar Hero and Rock Band. It has been Mentioned on MakeUseOf a few times before (check out Kyle’s Rock Out For Free With Frets On Fire, or Abraham’s 10 Open Source Online Games For Kids.

In short, Frets on Fire is a free, open-source, multi-platform rhythm game.

We won’t give you yet another review, though. Today we’ll be discussing the general idea of Frets on Fire mods, and a deeper look into Frets on Fire’s most popular mod: the MFH mod.

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