Important articles and guides that will help you dive into osu!. In case anything goes wrong or appears uncertain, make sure to visit the Help forum.
Being the guide to the world of rhythm, beats, and flashes, osu! has a lot to present. Get to know the game better from its various settings and customisation capabilities to technical details and file formats it uses.
Everything about clicking circles, striking drums, catching fruits, and playing the synthesiser: key elements, concepts, mechanics, and competitive play.
All osu! beatmaps are created by the blooming imagination of its dynamic community. Always wanted to share your favourite music with others, but never knew how? Familiarise yourself with the built-in editor and the opportunities it has to offer.
Ranking is the process of obtaining a leaderboard for a beatmap, which makes it more popular and well-recognised. Discover what it takes to walk this path and how to increase your chances to succeed through beatmap reviews, as well as the procedures for quality control and the ranking process.
Read about procedures and regulations that keep osu! and its community safe, from music licensing and media guidelines to chat and forum rules.
Answers to frequent questions and solutions to common issues live here.
Social interaction is one of main things that fuel osu! players all around the world. Explore the activities and contests, get in touch with others, or help organise the next big event!
Organisations: osu! UCI
osu! wouldn't have been possible without many users helping with development, maintenance, and community management: their efforts, time, and dedication make the game live and prosper.
osu! team • Developers • Featured Artists • Global Moderation Team • Technical Support Team • Nomination Assessment Team • Beatmap Nominators • osu! Alumni • Project Loved Team • Beatmap Spotlight Curators
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