Starting in the mid's, few video game series received as much praise and attention from the mainstream public as peripheral-based rhythm games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band. But while those games have faded in popularity over time, a dedicated community of gamers have managed to keep their hobby alive and thriving by creating a game of their own known as Clone Hero. Clone Hero , is a free, independently developed PC game that has been the home of ex- Guitar Hero nerds who have felt the need to shred since From the time of its release to today, the Clone Hero community has grown massively, with its own Wiki, Subreddit and a Discord server that has over thousand members. All of this is supported by a collection of popular content creators and a development team that continues to update and improve the software for the benefit of the community. Put simply, Clone Hero is an open-source Guitar Hero game built by the fans, for the fans. Players can use a keyboard or any of the leftover, PC-compatible guitar controllers they have laying around. Likewise, nearly the entire discography of songs from the official GH and RB games are available for download, and players are able to create custom music-charts as a way to make any song they want playable. Players share their custom charts online, making a wide variety of songs that were unavailable on any official rhythm game completely playable for the entire community. It has become an incredibly unique example of a gaming community that has managed to survive well past the lifespan of the games they played while continuing to grow and evolve solely through the efforts of independent creators.
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Clone Hero is an indie music rhythm video game created by Ryan Foster,  first released on March 1, The game is a clone of the Guitar Hero franchise, and as such, features nearly identical gameplay. The main draw of the game is its ability to play community-made songs, which has resulted in a large fan community around the game.
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