Project OutFox is a fork of StepMania 5.1, led by a group of veteran rhythm game players wanting to provide a free and stable experience for the community. Its main goals include:
As Project OutFox is a continuation of the 5.0.12 and 5.1 codebase (not “5.2”), it remains compatible with almost all existing songs, themes, and noteskins that are supported on these versions (if you do encounter odd behaviour or other issues with older content, please report it to us as a bug). Project OutFox is unrelated to 5.1 -3 (sometimes written as 5.1-3), which was a prior build of 5.2 before it was renamed.
It is developed by a team of community veterans and other members of the StepMania community.
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The development members are the ones that make OutFox possible. They’re the people working on the game engine.
The design members are the ones who work on assets, themes and frontend.
The community members assists by creating, maintaining and expanding community projects and organizations, such as:
Project OutFox is an extensible rhythm game engine based on StepMania, featuring 18 different modes simulating different dance, instrument, and key-based rhythm games.
Its goal is to create a cross-platform “sandbox” and “museum” for the genre, supporting over 20 years worth of content across a variety of formats.