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ButtonBeats Dubstep Balls
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Games - Music||Smash||March 30, 2015||4.15|
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Version Smash released on March 30, 2015
Version released on January 01, 1970
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These are the ButtonBeats Dubstep Balls. This is a follow up to the popular Buttonbeats Dubstep Cube! I'm sure some of you have been waiting for this! Enjoy. Each of the spheres is a heart pounding dubstep beat. Mix 3 or four beats together to make a song! ButtonBeats.com was launched in august of 2007 by me, Jason. I had a set of music samples I wanted to mix up and I didn't have any software available so I made a program to mix them up. My friend came over and was playing the program for over an hour. So I thought It would be cool to upload it to the internet. So I bought the ButtonBeats.com domain name and uploaded a few different programs I made. A short time later I made the piano. I put the song Jingle Bells up to play on the piano. Then people began to submit many songs for the piano. After about a year I got my friend Everett involved in producing the site and getting the name out there. From there we had a friend Ariel that made music. Ariel, Everett and I spent many afternoons recording sound samples,editing the samples, designing ui, making beats, ordering beats, designing t shirts, stickers, programming and barbecuing. Within the last year we brought Stephan on board. He has skinned the whole site with a new look this summer and has other good ideas in the works right now. Between the four of us, we have the website generating over two million views a month. The site is popular all over the world and continues to grow. Thanks for being part of ButtonBeats.
ButtonBeats Dubstep Balls Ranking History | Games - Music
ButtonBeats Dubstep Balls daily app ranking in Games - Music category for the last 30 days.
ButtonBeats Dubstep Balls Worldwide Rankings | Games - Music
ButtonBeats Dubstep Balls rankings per country in Games - Music category.
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