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IGN AU: Audiosurf Review - Your music never looked so good

Like many of its Indie brethren, Audiosurf appears not unlike a student project at a glance. Everything from its visual style to its core gameplay – and especially the elegant simplicity with which it is all presented – smells of a product that may well be more experiment than game.

But Audiosurf is a game; a tweak on a puzzle formula so fundamentally quintessential that the experimental vibe need not be sacrificed. There is a lack of surface complexity here: this is a game that has established its premise and thrived on it, and the result is a refreshingly simple, yet supremely playable experience that masks a considerable layer of depth.

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