ABOUT

Beat Bandit is a VR rhythm/fitness game where you slash, or shoot your way through levels set to pulsating music. You use a sword, or gun to destroy blocks to the beat.

Levels are made up of blocks that denote the direction in which they are to be cut, or groups of blocks that are marked with the multiplier you receive for destroying them. When using the sword, make sure you use the cutting edge to get the most points.

When using the gun, make sure your aim and timing is true. Challenge your friends and family for honors on your local leaderboard, and, when you are ready, take on the global leaderboards.

The game ships with 14 songs and over 25 levels (with more planned in the future updates), but players can add their own songs to the game by creating levels using tools like mediocre mapper.

LEVELS

The game ships with 14 songs and over 25 levels (with more planned in the future updates), but players can add their own songs to the game by creating levels using tools like mediocre mapper.

CUSTOM SONGS

Beat Bandit can import custom songs in ModSaber (Beat Saber) format! You can create your own levels using tools like mediocre mapper, or import custom songs created by the community.

Create a directory in the “Music” folder on your Oculus Go, and name the directory “BeatBandit” (The Directory structure is case-sensitive).

Open the Music directory on your Oculus Go
Create a directory in the Music folder, and name it BeatBandit

Copy the custom song folders into this directory (“Music/BeatBandit”) on your Oculus Go and start the game.

Make sure you unzip the folder before copying it to this directory, and make sure the entire directory is copied.

Once this is done, the songs you added should appear in the Custom Tab under the song list on the main menu. (Difficulty levels up-to “Expert” are supported. We found that “Expert+” levels were unachievable with the single saber in Beat Bandit)

UPDATES

SPECTATOR MODE

The Beat Bandit Spectator App is now available on the Google Play Store. With it your friends, and family, can see what you see inside the headset, without the lag generally associated with streaming your VR screen. To spectate a play session users will need to be on the same network.

CONTACT

If you have any idea, suggestion or if you just want to say hello,
don’t hesitate and write us at bitbisonbros@gmail.com