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About This GameMcOsu is developed separately from and has no direct affiliation with osu! or ppy Pty Ltd.McOsu is NOT osu!Now with Virtual Reality Support!A free open-source circle-clicking rhythm game client for osu! beatmaps, with the main focus on making practicing easier and customizing gameplay.It is primarily a practice client for getting bet... read more
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McOsu About

About This Game
McOsu is developed separately from and has no direct affiliation with osu! or ppy Pty Ltd.
McOsu is NOT osu!Now with Virtual Reality Support!A free open-source circle-clicking rhythm game client for osu! beatmaps, with the main focus on making practicing easier and customizing gameplay.It is primarily a practice client for getting better at the official game by having tools at your disposal that osu! doesn't provide for some reason, it's not supposed to be a perfect copy of osu!, or to otherwise profit with a free game from a free game (what)! More Info »If you have never played osu! before, then I do not recommend using this client (except for VR players of course), as there are no gameplay tutorials in here (just google "osu!" and play the official game which is a lot more polished).
Beatmaps Play any osu!standard beatmap by installing osu!, creating an account there and downloading beatmaps from the "Beatmaps" tab on the same page + importing them into osu!. After they are imported, you can close osu! and start McOsu
McOsu will load your beatmaps directly from the default osu! installation path, although custom paths are also possible
You can use McOsu without installing osu!, a guide on manual beatmap management is available in the Steam Community Guides section for McOsuOther Features: Unlimited Customizability (Options, Console Commands via SHIFT + F1)
If something is not customizable, ask and it will usually be made so
Compatible with 99% of all osu! skins
Beatmap Overrides (Approach Rate, Circle Size, Overall Difficulty)
Speed/BPM Slider
Experimental Mods (Wobble, Jigsaw, First Person, Playfield Flipping, etc.)
Scrubbing (default hotkey is SHIFT, jump to any point in time of a beatmap)
Change mods live while playing

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