This is awesome. Played an hour or so and couldnt get past 4 circles so far ='(
A downloadable music puzzle for Windows
Here's a little experimental puzzle made out of scraps. I hope you enjoy it!
Learn the sound of each circle by clicking them on / off. Once you've heard them all, the puzzle opens up.
How To Play:
Listen to the music, then try to match the combination of instruments heard in the "answer". To hear the "answer", move the mouse to either the left or right edge of the screen.
When you've got them all clicked-in, the circle expands and the music will fade. During the "menu", the number of tumbling spheres will correlate to the number of instruments in the next stage's "answer".
1st Circle: Percussion
2nd Circle: Bass
3rd Circle: Keyboards and Pads
4th Circle: Sines
5th Circle: Strings
Beatboxing by Lester the Beatboxer (Recorded on 1st and Cherry in Pioneer Square, Seattle, in 2014)
All other music composed and performed by this game's author.
Made in tribute to Sentris by Timbre Interactive
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Not to download play the rest of the game, but that end menu screen is a absolute visual delight.
After playing the game and pressing the "replay" button, the game froze in full-screen and I had to restart my computer. :C
Thanks for this note, and sorry about the freeze. I believe this is sewn up, now. Thanks again!
I loved Sentris so am looking forwards to the final version of this on Steam. Just downloaded your prototype. Thank you. Appreciated.
p.s. if you require any beta testers you can contact me via my Steam account Whiterabbit-uk or email me on Whiterabbitfirstname.lastname@example.org I've beta and alpha tested for several indie developers such as 2D Boy (World of Goo), Dejobaan Games AaAAaa: A Reckless Disregard for Gravity, as well as others and distributor/developers such as Alawar (breakouts match three's and time management games mainly) and others. I love unusual and original games and am always happy to help. I'm not looking for a free copy as I've always believed in supporting developers by buying their final released versions. You can see from my Steam account that I love games.
regards Stephen aka Whiterabbit-uk
Thanks for this note, Stephen. And thanks for giving this a shot. After reading your Steam bio, I suspect you might have a few suggestions for other music-focused ones from your lexicon of unusual games; would you care to recommend some favorites?
The following are particular music/beat oriented games that I enjoy playing:
The Polynomial - Space of the music
Super Cube Smash
Riff Racer - Race Your Music!
And I wish to buy Beat Champion and Beat Hazard 2 when I can afford to as well as Beat Blast when it's released.