Frets On Fire… And Why I Love It


I have a new addiction, and I am not ashamed to admit it. I pretend that I am a rock star for hours on end everyday. I don’t play in a band. I don’t own a guitar, well, I do have a bass, but that is a different story. I sit in front of my computer, and watch swirling notes pan in front of me to the tune of great metal songs of the eighties. What an addicting game.

For those of you that aren’t familiar with it, Frets on Fire is a clone of the ever popular PS2 game, Guitar Hero. The difference here is that you are using your keyboard, and there is no multiplayer. Aside from that, expect the same licks that you are used to with GH2.

Author: Jake Spurlock

Jake is a geek, designer, HTML+CSS lover. Taker of photos, and sometimes skiing and biking... He spends his time day dreaming new WordPress themes and camping with the Boy Scouts. For some random posts, check out the link blog.

1 thought on “Frets On Fire… And Why I Love It”

  1. I love it too! Especially the fact that you can use it like a real guitar, whereas in GH you have to buy the guitar-controller to really feel that it’s like a guitar… And the fanmade songs = precious.

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