A downloadable game for Windows

What is KeyRivals?

Key Rivals is a game where you challenge your friend (rival) to an E P I C musical showdown. Choose from an array of legendary artists to play as. Hmmm is it just me or does that look like Snoop Dogg. Master tracks and jam with your rival to sick beats while fighting against the evil Musical Eye. Use your skill to get the highest score, and best your rival successfully claiming the title of victor.

Two of the best artists in the world want to save the day in the most stylish way and won’t let their history long rival best them at it.


Song Dificulty:

  • Lucid Dream --- Very Easy 
  • Schukran --- Easy
  • El Tio --- Medium
  • Lagom and SEKBeat --- Hard
  • Deeper --- Very Hard
  • Rivals --- Brutal

Credits: A Minor Production

Alexander Uray - Producer

Valentyn  Lyevyentsov - 2D art and animation

Desislava Atanasova - 2D art and animation

Jad Tawbi - Programming and engine handling

Guillem Blanch Riambau - Programming and engine handling

Leo Wognum - Sound and level design

Oliver Svensson - Product Owner, QA and level design

Everyone has also worked with the overall game design.

Future plans:

We are planning on  evolving and completing our game with features like powerups during the summer of 2020 and release a full game on Steam in the future.

StatusIn development
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(5 total ratings)
AuthorsA Minor Production, Wognum, Alfakyn, Nackamast1, dessgamess, Jad the Berry
Tags2D, Abstract, Arcade, Casual, Difficult, Local multiplayer, Music, Unity, Versus
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer
Player countSingleplayer

Install instructions

Download and unzip the folder, then press the file named “KeyRivals.exe” to start the game.


KeyRivals_0.5.2beta.zip 93 MB
KeyRivals_1.0.1.zip 94 MB


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Beautiful ❤️


This is a genius concept. Very quick to pick up, very difficult to master! And the art-style is amazing!

(2 edits) (+3)

What an amazing piece of art

Could it have a version with a single player mode? That would be fun

Could you allow the player to choose the keys?

Both of your suggestions have been discussed internally, and none of them are discarded for now. We will keep you posted in this same page!

- Guillem Blanch, programmer for KeyRivals


Fun game that looks and sounds great!